So I have a trailer I've been working on, I did everything in Davinci Resolve 12. When I convert the video using Handbrake everything looks fine, but when I upload it to YouTube, either there's a ton more contrast, or gray is being remaped to black, not sure, but the photos below should show what I'm talking about.
I've done quite a bit of research, and the closest I've come is there might be something wrong with the way YouTube treats color spaces in conjunction with how I converted it. Any ideas? Thanks.
EDIT: Just finished uploading a version I converted with MPEG Streamclip, and the color looks great, though it was washed out on my PC. It came out as a ~200MB file for just a few seconds at 100% though, so not fun to upload. Looked just as crisp with Handbrake at ~27MB. Any way to take the color/brightness stuff from Streamclip and use it with Handbrake?