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Blocking Copyright detection?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by green212, May 2, 2012.

  1. green212

    green212 Registered Member

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    Is there anyway to block copyright detection on videos that you download and re upload...?
    Like can you edit the video or sound a way the alters the detection?.
    Or is there some kind of meta data digital or some shit like that embedded into the video & audio that needs to be removed..?

    Or is it just YT is too damn smart with all their video analyzers that it is just not possible to bypass..?
     
  2. Ampix0

    Ampix0 Power Member

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    youtube is just smart. and not to mention companies cn tag your video for using their content (dont know how they find out) and youtube will just side with them. Time warner is known for tagging videos that have copyrighted material that they dont even own.
     
  3. OMGWTFISTHIS

    OMGWTFISTHIS Power Member

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    I'm not going to explain it in full detail for you - but this is what I do and I've NEVER got any copyright strikes:

    Get VideoSpinBlaster. (Illegally or not - if illegally, I never told you to do it.)

    Get Sony Vegas. Once again, illegally or not.

    Right click on your audio, and go to the bottom option (forgot what it was)

    There are videos on how to change the pitch of the audio BARELY, you can't even hear the difference - and you won't get a strike for audio.

    Now render your video, open VideoSpinBlaster - run it once through the fast method of spinning. You now have a unique, non-copyrightable video.

    Enjoy!
     
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  4. JLabs

    JLabs BANNED BANNED

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    The most popular methods are changing the pitch of the audio and mirroring the video, So no copyright can be detected.
     
  5. Ampix0

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    mirroring?
     
  6. galaxywars

    galaxywars Junior Member

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    Why didn't I do this in the first place? I shot a non narrative short but had music that I clearly had a license for, but youtube still slapped me in the face with the copyright stuff so I had to wait a week and a half until the other party notified them that I indeed had a license lol
     
  7. Milennium

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    What about when i upload a cover song, in another tonescale, another tempo, a complete makeover, i also get the copyrights issues... weird.
    Can anyone explain? Or does the YT system scans like blind: this "looks" like copywrited by the owner X, but actually they wrong.
    I had it on some musicvideos, covers, but completely different than the original.