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Best way to avoid audio Content ID issues

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by powermix, Jul 26, 2015.

  1. powermix

    powermix Regular Member

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    Hi,

    I would like to know what is the best way nowadays to avoid Audio Content ID in Youtube.

    Video content audio is easy to bypass but not audio.

    I tried to increase the speed of the music but it gets caught almost every time.

    Any other tips?

    BTW, I am working with Mac.

    Thanks
     
  2. fanta2y

    fanta2y Newbie

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    I tried many methods and tl;dr you can't bypass it without distorting the song too much. YouTube's Audio Content ID System is that good.
     
  3. powermix

    powermix Regular Member

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    There might be a way. I know people doing this.
     
  4. fanta2y

    fanta2y Newbie

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    Link to video if you can and I might be able tell you what they are doing to bypass it.
     
  5. powermix

    powermix Regular Member

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    Well, you can search for whatever electronic music and you will see results not from the original source.
     
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    Speed it down to 0.8
     
  7. buivanthu

    buivanthu Newbie

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    do you charge pitch of music? i used to pass audio by this way
     
  8. buivanthu

    buivanthu Newbie

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    could you tell me how to bypass video content ? thank you
     
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    Has anyone tried reversing the music? Playing it backwards? Just a thought.

    I just use cc music from ccmixter or no music at all. Easier not to cheat in this case isn't it?

    I had one video that had no music with just the noise of my plane's engine that got hit for audio. I simply disputed it and the video was put back in service.
     
  10. powermix

    powermix Regular Member

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    Doesn't work with certain type of music.
     
  11. powermix

    powermix Regular Member

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    Yes, I change it with Audacity, 2% but still I can't get the video monetized.
     
  12. powermix

    powermix Regular Member

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    Playing the music backwards won't be a good experience for the viewer IMO. I need something similar to the original song but bypassing the Content ID issue.
     
  13. dream1er

    dream1er Registered Member

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    i think there is but ,u will not last long,u get caught anytime
     
  14. theboxerlailailai

    theboxerlailailai Newbie

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    In my experience, changing the original video/audio to even less than what it was doesn't make a difference as YT's Content ID has been updated to detect alterations of the original video/audio. It's possible to alter it in such a way it is no longer recognizable from the original content (like for example displaying the video at 10-20% it's normal size), but that would defeat the purpose of you presenting it in the first place.

    If you're doing it for review or parody, you may try declaring your video is under Fair Use, but that's a stretch and doesn't always work.