Vimeo allows users to upload, view and sharing HD (1080p/720p) videos, which gives HD enthusiasts a chance to upload their HD(1080p/720p) with friends, colleagues, family. However, only a few formats can be supported by Vimeo. So, if you want to upload your HD(1080p/720p) videos to vimeo, you must convert to Vimeo compatible formats. For achieving it, I recommend a professional Vimeo converter - Foxreal Video Converter to you. It can convert all video formats (including HD and SD videos), like MKV, MP4, MOD, MTV, DV, MTS, M2TS, MOV, AVI, MXF, VOB, etc, which come from Canon 5D/7D/550D, Sony Alpha NEX-5/HDR-CX-350/DSC-HX5V/Bloggie Touch camera, Canon HF200/Vixia HF S10/HF100/HF S10/HF S11/HG10, Canon Vixia HF/HV, Panasonic HDC-TM700/HDC-HS700/HDC-SD60/DMC-AS7/HDR-SR12/11, ripped Blu-ray/DVD discs to MP4, FLV, F4V or other Vimeo compatible formats easily. What’s more, this top Vimeo video converter adopts advanced audio and video sync technology, so as to output video with better quality and never let you be troubled by the audio and video sync issues.
One key feature of the Vimeo Video Converter is that it adopts CUDA technology to help you convert HD video to Vimeo with 500% faster conversion speed. If you wish, you can use its powerful editing functions, such as cropping, trimming, merging, adding watermark, deinterlacing, replacing audio, adjusting volume, etc, to get the best visual experience.
If you are a Mac user, a Mac Vimeo converter called Foxreal Video Converter for Mac is recommended. Besides converting all formats to Vimeo compatible formats, it adds Apple ProRes Family support to convert ProRes 422, ProRes 4444, Avid DNxHD, HDV, DVCPRO HD, Apple Intermediate Codec (AIC), etc, which come from Final Cut Pro (FCP), Final Cut Express (FCE), iMovie, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects (AE) or other editing software to Vimeo easily.
This is my experience of uploading HD video to Vimeo, and I hope it is useful for you.