If you watched it immediately after uploading, that would be why. It will be available to watch before its finished processing, but at very low quality.
It looks fine to me,but for future reference another possibility is when you are prepping it for youtube, how you..compress? it or something, windows movie maker for example has faster options for low size/quality, and slower options for HD.
Yes, but look at Etho's video. It's in 360p and it has the same quality as my video but in 720p.
No it doesn't?
All 360p videos look the same.
Your video in 360p looks like every other video in 360p.
The SLIGHT difference in quality is from what format you encoded the video in, if its in an easy format like h.264 it won't take long for youtube to process and the video will be great quality, but if it's something weird like quicktime or real media the quality will go down.
Look on youtube to see what the best way to encode videos is.
It is because you are lowering the resolution. It happens to every god damn video, you lower the resolution from HD to not HD, the quality is going to drastically decrease.
Yes, but compare my video and Etho's video both in 360p. They have a difference in quality, and you can't tell me they look the same. I'm asking how am I supposed to make it look like it in Etho's video.