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How is Youtube flagging screenshot videos at 3rd party matches?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by maineyak, Mar 13, 2014.

  1. maineyak

    maineyak Power Member

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    Sometimes when I upload a vid, it gets flagged as 3rd party content. I'll use camtasia to screenshot the video, adjust the volume, and add an image and lengthen it, but it still gets flagged. How the hell are they doing this? It's obviously not encoded with any copyright crap, as it's technically a video I made. So how are they doing this, and what's a way around this?
     
  2. meannn

    meannn Supreme Member

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    That's because you are using copyrighted sound/music material.
     
  3. Keedev

    Keedev Regular Member

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    They're using sound frequencies. Even if you lower the volume, it still has the same spectrum, but not the same dB.

    There are sound tricks that work by slightly altering the audio to the point where it can still pass as listenable w/o youtube busting nuts on your accounts and then there are other tricks that damn near fuck the video up which lead to a lot of hateful comments/ETC.

    Video content works in different ways.