How to avoid Nintendo's Copyright bots on Youtube.

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  1. trashyramen
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    Since Nintendo uses bots isssue copyright strikes based on sound and not on gameplay ( correct me if I'm wrong at this) I thought what would happen if we edited the sound on a NES Emulator and see what happens when we record it and upload it to Youtube.
    Which I did and both of these videos are monitzed:
    These videos havn't been issued a copyright claim or anything from Nintendo. We could use this to bypass those stupid bots FINALLY.
    Instruction: On FCEUX go to Config
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    Step 2: Go to Sound in the Drop Down Menu:
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    Final Step: Copy these settings as shown and then click close.
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    The end.
    Im not sure if this would work on all games but, Hey it worked for Mario.
     
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    Proof that they are monitized
     
  3. DutchyDutch

    DutchyDutch COPYRIGHT LOLOLOLOL

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    Do the bots normally claim the videos that fast?
     
  4. trashyramen
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    Yeah
     
  5. Ryccardo

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    The actual bots are operated by Youtube (the same Content ID "service" since 2007), I've had one detected before it finished uploading :D

    Not like it actually hurts your account FWIW, since they don't use the "block matching content" setting!
    (Maybe in Germany :P)
     
  6. DutchyDutch

    DutchyDutch COPYRIGHT LOLOLOLOL

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    Alright, going to give it a go then. Do the bots look at the video itself too (somehow), or only audio?
     
  7. Ryccardo

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    They definitely can (and they can't get around mirroring/rotation), but I don't know if Nintendo uses this option
     
  8. Dionicio3

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    They do, I have gotten claimed by visual matches
     
  9. trashyramen
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    They definitely look at audio
     
  10. HaloEliteLegend

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    Yeah, the bots do look at the video itself, but only to match w/ other videos/movies/TV shows/animes/copyrighted videos/etc. It can analyze and match video content, but not with games, so no worries.
     
  11. trashyramen
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    Even in Rom Hacks have you had videos taken down ?
     
  12. Dionicio3

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    I have never done rom hacks, but I have heard of people getting visual claimed by them
     
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    Audio is the easiest thing to look for in raw footage. Occasionally, I just upload some raw gameplay to a private playlist and every video has been claimed by Nintendo for monetization. However, my full public series of Pokemon Moon has not. If I had to put a guess in, my constant ramblings while playing make the audio too difficult to detect clearly lol.
     
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    protip: hide\change\get rid of HUD
    the hability to tell games apart if it's not for the startup screens, must probably be used by checking thought the HUDs
     
  15. THEELEMENTKH

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    I can confirm they also use gameplay and not sound
    I used a part of the SMO trailer with a free-to-use song for a school project and I got Content ID'd and the video wasn't monetized (And it was private)
     
  16. HaloEliteLegend

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    No, they nabbed you on the trailer, not the gameplay. Like I said earlier:
    They'll get you for existing copyrighted videos, including game trailers. But they can't nab you for gameplay your record yourself.
     
  17. migles

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    in the near future:
    youtube videos that look like ripped DVDs, it's a mess of pixels, to watch the video the user has to enter the key on a decoding program, this key is shared between users and never get through youtube.
     
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  18. jt_1258

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    would be funny if Nintendo got copyright stiked on there own video of there content, lul
     
  19. Felek666

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    Idiot, they can't copyright it. They can only claim adrev, they're auto-claim bots, not copyright bots.
    This is a thing that people mistake too much.
     
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    ya get what i mean
     
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