A fair amount of publications, both current and obsolete, are lacking a YouTube encode
. In order to preserve our history on YouTube, I am calling for new encoders!
If you have some CPU power to spare (and you're going to need it), feel free to choose any publication from the above list, upload your YouTube encode to your own YouTube channel as well as to a file sharing service (e.g. MEGA). Should you require any assistance, you can ask me (either via forum PM or Discord DM).
For starters, here are the encoder guidelines.
And here's a comprehensive publication manual.
It also contains links to the current encoding package as well as the required stuff. Don't forget to make your own encoder logo.
Note: If you wish to do downloadable encodes as well, there are published movies
that can be re-encoded so that they meet our current standards.
If your contributions prove to be valuable for the site, you may be promoted to the Encoder rank.