Managing your YouTube Settings & Prereqs

To access the YouTube settings, click on Marketplaces, hover over YouTube, and then click on settings. From this page you will need to log into your YouTube account to process videos. To do so, click on "link YouTube Account" and then follow the login prompts. Once that has been done, make sure the "Process YouTube Videos" box is checked.

In the lower section of this page you're able to also specify if you would like to post new inventory or used inventory. You are also able to select which pieces of inventory will process automatically.

YouTube does have requirements to post inventory. Those requirements are as follows:

These are the inventory types that support YouTube video generation:
Cars & Trucks
Motorcycles
Boats
RV & Campers
ATVs
Trailers
Commercial Trucks
Outdoor Power Equipment
Heavy Equipment
Here are the requirements for each type:
Cars and Trucks:

-Supports voice narration
-Requires at least 6 photos *
-Requires a title 
-Requires 9 or more options

Motorcycles:
-Supports voice narration
-Requires at least 6 photos *
-Requires a title
-Requires a valid type/body type
Boats:

-Supports voice narration
-Requires at least 6 photos *  
-Requires a title 
-Requires a valid type/body Type

RV & Campers:

-Supports voice narration
-Requires at least 6 photos *
-Requires a title 
-Requires a valid type/body type

ATVs:

-Supports voice narration
-Requires at least 5 photos *
-Requires a title
-Requires a valid type/body type
-Requires a year 
-Requires a make

Trailers:

-Supports voice narration
-Requires at least 6 photos *
-Requires a title 
-Requires a valid type/body type

Commercial Trucks:
-Supports voice narration
-Requires at least 6 photos *
-Requires a title
-Requires a valid type/body type
Outdoor Power Equipment:

-Does not support voice narration (music only)
-Requires at least 5 photos *   
-Requires a year 
-Requires a make 

Heavy Equipment

-Does not support voice narration (music only)
-Requires at least 5 photos * 
-Requires a year 
-Requires a make

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* Only JPG or JPEGs are supported (as the image type).

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