Hey guys, Ok so I've got a system scanning for new videos that match a filter. When those videos get found I modify them slightly (cut intro? add watermark) and then re-upload them via the API. I'm not doing this yet but will be tackling this part of the project soon. I want to know what's best practice to stay low and off the radar. I'm thinking it's neccessary to use multiple set of API credentials. But how do you deal with not doing it all from the main server IP? I get that I can use TOR and Viproxy to authenticate with the API over different IPs.. but I won't be able to maintain this IP for very long and Google requires you to give your "allowed IPs" list. So I'm a bit stuck at this part. I guess one question is does Google ban your whole IP if you have multiple accounts that get banned that were using it? Or.. do I only use one set of API credentials.. but instead use multiple google accounts.. and when uploading the video itself I send it through TOR. Then if the account gets banned, the server ip isn't blamed. So wondering if anyone has any experienced with doing something like this, a fully automated system that locates, downloads and re-uploads with minimal user input, and does it all from 1 machine, using multiple accounts and proxies and not getting banned =) Sounds awesome.. any tips?