Discussion in 'YouTube' started by Rapper, Jun 4, 2010.
I Try to change pitch but it's still Doesn't Work
Anyone can help me????
Insert some blank frames through the clip, this should work
Tried it, also not work
How much percent did you changed the audio pitch ? Maybe 1 or 2 it's not enough, anymore.. About something else i cannot think how the yt can track copyrighted content.. I don't think there are so much real person moderators to do this work, you must trick the yt's automated monitoring system somehow..
I can give you some audio to use royalty free...there would be no issue with the filter.
I'm upload only the latest hip hop music
If WMG or UMG owns it, and your posting the whole song, there really is no way.
One would guess, the YT algorithm analyzes wav/mp3 forms, and altering the tempo/pitch, doesn't change the overall structure of the form.
I make Hip Hop Mashups and use only bits and pieces and of course altered tempos and they still catch and file a claim on every one they own. I had a track 6 layers deep in one section, and YT/UMG still caught the sample. I always win the disputes under "fair use", but again, I'm only using beats and pieces.
It's extremely hard now, since vevo came out. They catch up pretty fast even if you manage to make your video online.
I am not so sure, you still need to place the proper title and tags.. they can detect it from there if your audio is so properly altered.
Insert some random gangster shouting things during 2 of the choruses. Make it low enough so that its not a complete nuisance to the listener, but loud enough so that you can tell it's there.
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