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How do I bypass audiovisual content ID claims

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by sprezza, Dec 9, 2013.

  1. sprezza

    sprezza Newbie

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    Hello

    today YouTube changed something regarding their content ID system apparently.
    I was able to upload certaim videos which were quite easily missed by the system. Now I upload a video, it's fine and monetized but about 15 minutes later the content has been claimed. I am sure this has nothing to do with the owner of this material. It's just the yt change that gave me problems.

    Well, I stumbled upon this forum and i hope to receive a good suggestion.
    I tried multiple techniques, e.g. mirroring, blurrimg, sharpening, slowing, speeding, enlarging, transparant text mask...
    None of those work. It only works if I cut half the image off -.- which is unacceptable for obvious reasons.

    Anu suggestions ?
     
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  2. Baltar

    Baltar Newbie

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    I'd advise against such questions as Y2 agents are all around looking for ways to combat the countermeasures we throw out there. It is a wasted effort in futility as Big G/Y2 are cracking down on copyright infringement like the FBI and Mafia in day of old.
     
  3. Imran60

    Imran60 Newbie

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    You should not to bypass audiovisual content ID claims. It is not a right way.
     
  4. sprezza

    sprezza Newbie

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    What do you mean? I use this to make money. Can't think of another way.
     
  5. Beven

    Beven Elite Member

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    Wow... What a useless post.

    Don't listen to the poster talking about 'YouTube Agents'. There's thousands of video uploaded every minute there's no way a human could monitor that. Your content must still be recognisable by bots, have you tried using software like Video Spin Blaster Pro? I use to edit the length of the video and it works for me.
     
  6. sprezza

    sprezza Newbie

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    No, I haven't tried that software yet. I use Premiere Pro, but simply lengthening a video doesn't work for me.