youtube copyright infringement

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Bartman, Dec 21, 2011.

  1. Bartman

    Bartman Power Member

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    There is some music videos on youtube that I need to include in my videos. these are official videos owned by big companies.
    When I did this, I immediately got a notice that my videos contain copyrighted material ("but no action is required of you at this time")

    then a few hours later, video got taken down. "We have disabled your video material as a result of third-party notification blah blah...."

    I am wondering if these get detected by software or human beings? is there a way to make the videos pass the software tests? like insert a sound in there that the software can see but humans can't hear?
     
  2. fathobbitsss

    fathobbitsss Junior Member

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    imo it's proberbly both.

    with the amount of traffic youtube gets, your bound to have some annoying people press report
     
  3. Autumn

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    It's detected by software. People have reported success by changing the pitch of the track up or down by a few percent. Of course the obvious solution is to either identify tracks that don't get taken down, or to use royalty free music.