Adult Video Site & DMCA Volatility

tidalrhodes

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I'm cooking an idea of an adult-oriented video site with a couple of fetishes as the central theme.
I've got good sources for the material and the time to do the ceaseless uploading.
As well as the tagging, organizing, and writing up saucy long-tail keywords, descriptions etc.

I've researched the subject around here and places, but haven't found satisfactory info if studios of all-sizes lash out with a lawsuit right away.
But it'd seem logical to let me know to pull their goods out, hah.

I have a few conditions of operation I'd be comfortable working under, such as not slapping watermarks out of the ass on commercial porn.
What I'd be doing would be uploading scenes of high interest out of movies from a wide variety of studios.

Therefore, would this be viable given I have the time to ogle at my email inboxes along the work?
 
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You could try using just amateur videos (videos without a company) and putting watermarks on it?
 

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You could try using just amateur videos (videos without a company) and putting watermarks on it?
Okay, I admit I'd be completely shamelessly watermarking amateur stuff and putting up longer clips on the site.
For professional videos, an element of the plan is to organize 8-18min clips in a way so that the users can feast on their eyes from video to another.

But never to post a complete movie and always remain swift in responding. Eventually building up a list of studios which are good-to-go / no-go.
 

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I would just post the full video to reduce bounce rate. Just get some bulletproof hosting and mass copyright infringe away
 

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I would just post the full video to reduce bounce rate. Just get some bulletproof hosting and mass copyright infringe away
I have to admit this seems very enticing. I could also spread the site in a very organic fashion on hives of interest with a good confidence knowing my site truly delivers.

Forgot to mention, the type of internet access I normally use is a slow one. So if I'm right I'd have to rent a seedbox for torrenting and then move them over to the hosting server?
 

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You could post short clips from the full movies and add an affiliate link to purchase the full video? Not sure if that’s what you have in mind but it’s an option for DMCA to stay away haha
 

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You could post short clips from the full movies and add an affiliate link to purchase the full video? Not sure if that’s what you have in mind but it’s an option for DMCA to stay away haha
Yeah, that has crossed my mind. Really depends on the studio if they'd be so appreciative of my help and how well I'd be able to reach out to them.
Surely some affiliate programs for niche kinks would lube the gears in mutual promotion.

But there are also a lot of defunct studios, with copyright holders keeping the flicks as nothing more than unknown and unmourned hostage.

Just get offshore server
Yeah, it's looking a lot like this is the direction to take.

What kind of specs are recommended for starting out if preferring to serve 1080p video?
I'm gonna also place an emphasis on scalability, is it commonplace on "bulletproof" hosting?
 

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Yeah, that has crossed my mind. Really depends on the studio if they'd be so appreciative of my help and how well I'd be able to reach out to them.
Surely some affiliate programs for niche kinks would lube the gears in mutual promotion.

But there are also a lot of defunct studios, with copyright holders keeping the flicks as nothing more than unknown and unmourned hostage.


Yeah, it's looking a lot like this is the direction to take.

What kind of specs are recommended for starting out if preferring to serve 1080p video?
I'm gonna also place an emphasis on scalability, is it commonplace on "bulletproof" hosting?

With a slow internet connection you're better getting a remote desktop and using that to upload. A seedbox is limited only to torrents. Also serving 1080p is a bad idea since it takes up a lot of space and bandwidth and is very expensive. The scalability question depends on what tube script you plan on using.
 

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