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Why youtube does not remove all of this free movie's?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by PinguSpy, Jul 29, 2012.

  1. PinguSpy

    PinguSpy Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    For example. Click this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Le_MWgYPoXg&feature=related
    And look at the suggestions list. Damn! Hundred of FREE movie! Most of this movie uploaded in 2012.

    But it is also good, because I have finished watching the 4 movies from there. And it is kinda addictive. :D
     
  2. ReALeST

    ReALeST Power Member

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    I guess those arent copyrighted:)
     
  3. 39ster

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    Yep seen plenty of them and the movies are definitely copyrighted (finding nemo, Dark Knight, etc). Don't know wtf youtube is doing. They're too busy removing "full movies" that direct to fake scam sites then real full movies. You can even download the movies if you have the firefox plugin that downloads youtube videos.
     
  4. kellz0

    kellz0 Registered Member

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    I think they match it to the copyright holder



    our video may include the following copyrighted content:

    Acknowledged claims

    • Visual content administered by:(copyright holder)

    What does this mean?

    Your video is still available worldwide. In some cases ads may appear next to your video. Please note that the video's status can change, if the policies chosen by the content owners change.
    Learn more about copyright on YouTube.(link)
    This claim does not affect your account status. I believe this copyright claim is not valid.(link)


    and you can agree or disagree and say that you don't believe its copyrighted, but then they would either ban you or removed to video if it is, and you disagreed. Which if it is copyright and you agree, then they will show ads along side the video or on the video which I think they copyright holder gets paid from. I think
     
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  5. No.RuleZ

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    this is wierd, how can this videos survey to yt police
     
  6. 39ster

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    When you press the "x" on the ads, does that hide the ads for the entire video? Does it ever popup again? I can't see them making much money otherwise.
     
  7. kellz0

    kellz0 Registered Member

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    well idk, but I know if youtube match the video to the right copyright owner, and you agree that its the right copyright claim and not making any money off of it. They wont removed the video unless the copyright owner want it removed.
     
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    Unless they've had a copyright claim put i by the owner, I doubt they go to the trouble of removing them. They do get ad revenue from it after all.
     
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    Something odd (and I don't really know what) just happened with YT regarding copyrights. For example, I had a few videos on an account on YT that contained clearly copyrighted content (songs). When I initially uploaded them, I was given the standard "matched third party content" and the videos were blocked from running in all countries (or, in some cases, they were muted - video ran/no soundtrack).

    A few days ago, I logged in and...wtf?! YouTube suddenly allowed the videos to play, I just had to make them live (when they were muted or blocked, I kept them in my account but just made them unlisted). However, they were not allowed for syndication. This sucks because I can't bot views to them on most free services like u2bviews, for example and I can't generate any adsense revenue from them.

    Instead, the videos are allowed to play with a link next to them for the viewer to be able to download the song via Amazon.

    So...either Amazon convinced YT and the labels that allowing users to create their own music videos for songs is good for the download business...or...something. I dunno - but I can think of tons of ways to monetize this and I'm already in the process.

    When it comes to the movies, though...I really have no idea how that would benefit the studios. This sounds more to me like a glitch in YT that some folks has been able to exploit. I've never really done anything in the movie niche, so I'm not sure.

    Still, seems funny to me that this topic is coming up here just as I discovered the apparent change in copyright policies at YT.
     
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  10. PinguSpy

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    Yeah kinda weird. I have tons of movies on my PC.
    Maybe I should start uploading all this movies now.
    Because movie video is really easy to gain x,xxx,xxx natural views.
     
  11. kideze

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    Dont do it on your main account, try it on some side account because they may come thru and remove them all
     
  12. nakaam30

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    those are fairly old movies, from the 2000's and below so i don't think the studio's bother filling copyright claims for those old movies anymore
     
  13. YoutubeDude

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    thats not true I just watched "21 jump street" 5 days ago on youtube and its still up.they probably don't remove them because they all show ads and i am guessing revenue gets sent to the various agencies.