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    Since everything is re-encoded by YouTube and...

    Since everything is re-encoded by YouTube and Vimeo the focus should be on a constant quality encoding.
    Note that there is an exception for Vimeo but only if you want to make a video available for...
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    There are two main HDR encodings one using a PQ...

    There are two main HDR encodings one using a PQ gamma curve (Rec.2100 ST2084) and one using a hybrid Rec.709 and log curve (Rec.2100 HLG).

    Both Vimeo and YouTube support HDR10 and HLG.
    Resolve...
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    Where did you get 17mb/s from?

    Where did you get 17mb/s from?
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    Unless you want to make your video available for...

    Unless you want to make your video available for download (Vimeo pro) using ProRes or any other all-intra file only wastes upload bandwidth.
    For uploading a 4K video using H.264 long GOP you should...
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    Are you suggesting that Vimeo does not re-encode...

    Are you suggesting that Vimeo does not re-encode the videos available for streaming?
    Because if you do I think you are mistaken, they do the same thing as YouTube.

    A slow encoding setting will...
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