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How to get pass copyright infringement?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by bluejax, Jan 7, 2012.

  1. bluejax

    bluejax Newbie

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    Today I uploaded a video of tv show on YT. It got uploaded sucessfully and also processed fine. But after a few hours I came to check how its doing. I went to video manager and saw this text link beside my video. Video block in some countries. I opened the link it said: The video u upload is property of so and so company. The video is blocked worldwide. Please don't upload the videos u don't own.

    So any ideas how can I get pass this thing without being caught...
     
  2. ILoveCSharp

    ILoveCSharp Regular Member

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    It is extremely hard. I tried with song, movie was captured by me, and it always catches. They have extreme protection systems even with song.
     
  3. Big_0n3

    Big_0n3 Senior Member

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    I am also interested in this if someone can tell us how to avoid the deletion of the video?
     
  4. Mutikasa

    Mutikasa Power Member

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    and if someone tells that here, it won't be anymore
     
  5. TriAmp

    TriAmp Newbie

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    I got notifications ..but nothings ever been deleted.
     
  6. Leonne

    Leonne Registered Member

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    It's pretty hard to get a video like this to stay up. Did you happen to edit the video in any way? Add stuff to it essentially?
     
  7. HazardPT

    HazardPT Registered Member Premium Member

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    If it is a song, slow it down or speed it up just a bit.

    If it is a show or movie, you have to play it in reverse mode like a mirror almost.

    These have worked for me and others ;)
     
  8. oTradeMark

    oTradeMark Registered Member

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    I have heard adjusting audio tracks with filters and inverting will allow you to pass the automatic "footprint" check youtube does, but you are still susceptible to manual checks.

    Google the exact filters you need to pass a song through I can't remember them.
     
  9. bluejax

    bluejax Newbie

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    It was a show it didn't got deleted but blocked so the people won't be able to see it. However I didn't upload the entire show only first 9 min and then some editing done by me. OK, Now I will edit the entire video and then see whether it gets blocked or delete again.
     
  10. LatteGrande

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    Just lower the pitch of the song/movie, no need to cut it, and you'll be fine.

    Watermark the video also another good option to make the video unique.
     
  11. microdevil

    microdevil Newbie

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    This may help you, check video ID on YT --> nPMNYMggxD8

    1) Go to "My Videos"
    2) Select "Resolve Copyright" on the video you are having copyright issues with. OR, go to the video itself and choose "resolve copyright" from there.
    3) Scroll down and pick the option "I want to learn more about this dispute process".
    4) Scroll down and pick the option "Take me to the dispute form".
    5) Pick option #2 and PASTE the following statement into the text bar next to it;

    "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."

    6) Fill out the rest of the info on the page. Use your REAL name where it asks for it. Choose "Continue" when all information has been filled out.
    7) Scroll down on the next page and select "Submit dispute".

    After 1-4 Minutes Your Music Will Be Back
     
  12. YoutubeSlanger

    YoutubeSlanger Junior Member

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    flip the video upsidedown