Discussion in 'YouTube' started by CashRobber, Jan 27, 2014.
Or is YouTube scanning the descriptions of the video also?
Any "YouTube Guru" that has a solution?
I used to upload some of my favourite tv clips (South Park, Family Guy etc) and they often got taken down even with pitch altering, mirror imaging and other tweaks.
Sometimes YouTube leaves the content live but credits the original source, it depends on what the artist' legal team and enforcing. Try uploading shorter videos and clips from different artists. If everything is taken then it might be time to create a new YouTube account (with a new IP) and try again.
Content ID scan is a pain. Use Audacity to change the pitch, re-edit the video and make uniqe
Separate names with a comma.