Dealing with DMCA Takedown Notices

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Re: Dealing with DMCA Takedown Notices

Postby Radical_Yue » Thu Jun 07, 2012 1:03 pm

Apparently there is this new nifty button you can click for when youtube calls you out on, you know, using shit that you don't actually own.
You click it to acknowledge the fact that you don't own it and you get this.

[R1] Forbidden Love
Your video may include the following copyrighted content:
Acknowledged claims

"Above & Beyond pres. OceanLab-Lonely Girl (Original Mix)", sound recording administered by:
Anjunabeats (Base79)
Ultra Records (MVR)

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.
This claim does not affect your account status.


and if all else fails, there is a link underneath that to dispute the claim, even after you've acknowledge it.
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Re: Dealing with DMCA Takedown Notices

Postby Pwolf » Thu Jun 07, 2012 1:15 pm

Radical_Yue wrote:Remember back in the day when people would ask "Why do you edit" and everyone would always answer for teh wimmins or profit?


I still do it for the wimmins...

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Re: Dealing with DMCA Takedown Notices

Postby Radical_Yue » Thu Jun 07, 2012 1:27 pm

Well, you're the king. You get the wimmins no matter what.

Besides, Otohiko and I are obviously the sexiest in that picture. :aimkissyface:
Also, you're too damn tall ;_; I was on my tiptoes and could barely make it into the picture :<
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Re: Dealing with DMCA Takedown Notices

Postby Otohiko » Thu Jun 07, 2012 2:20 pm

I approve myself being included in the list of the wimminz :awesome:
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Re: Dealing with DMCA Takedown Notices

Postby Shin-AMV » Thu Jun 07, 2012 3:15 pm

Radical_Yue wrote:The way people obsess over views and subscribers kinda confuses me.

But the big numbers!!! They define me and help me measure my e-peen!
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Re: Dealing with DMCA Takedown Notices

Postby ZephyrStar » Thu Jun 07, 2012 4:12 pm

I kinda dread posting PA2...it has so many things...but hopefully they will reinstate it like they did the first one. Then I'm gonna just make my own anime...and file my own takedown notices :amv:
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Re: Dealing with DMCA Takedown Notices

Postby macchinainterna » Thu Jun 07, 2012 7:13 pm

ZephyrStar wrote:I kinda dread posting PA2...it has so many things...but hopefully they will reinstate it like they did the first one. Then I'm gonna just make my own anime...and file my own takedown notices :amv:


Actually we did an unlisted YT upload after AN so the other contributers could watch the AN cut and we only got like one claim and it didn't affect PA2 at all. O:

Course I advised our friend to list it in non-profit/activism when he uploaded it. This may have helped us out in some way... <.<
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Re: Dealing with DMCA Takedown Notices

Postby zibbazabba905 » Fri Jun 08, 2012 7:54 pm

I've always wondered if there ever was a real person involved in the takedown stuff... I've had a bunch of blocks/disputes and I don't think I've had a strike or a full takedown yet, but some of the groups that do it like "Music Video Distributors" or "Rights Collecting Societies"... MVD is just a pay-per-view media thingy, THEY own the rights to someone's songs?
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Re: Dealing with DMCA Takedown Notices

Postby Hopstep » Mon Jul 02, 2012 4:29 am

zibbazabba905 wrote:I've always wondered if there ever was a real person involved in the takedown stuff... I've had a bunch of blocks/disputes and I don't think I've had a strike or a full takedown yet, but some of the groups that do it like "Music Video Distributors" or "Rights Collecting Societies"... MVD is just a pay-per-view media thingy, THEY own the rights to someone's songs?


Mostly are just bots/Youtube filters, I think. They wouldn't be bothered much to actually involve themselves directly, especially since most cases are music videos, but correct me if I'm wrong.
I just had another one of my videos taken down by Youtube which granted me a 2nd strike, thanks to Sony Music. I'm filing a counter-claim now.
A friend of mine had disputed her video that used some Korean songs and it got rejected, though. Hopefully I'm lucky enough.

I'm curious how you guys can actually get your terminated accounts back.
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Re: Dealing with DMCA Takedown Notices

Postby JaddziaDax » Mon Jul 02, 2012 5:13 am

I have two accounts.
1 for amvs and 1 for not amvs.
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Re: Dealing with DMCA Takedown Notices

Postby Kevmaster » Mon Jul 02, 2012 6:24 pm

So I just filled out my first counterclaim for a video that had only been up for about 20 minutes and not even 10 views.
What surprised me was that the video was directly back up for viewing, yet the claim had not been responded to. I was expecting the video to be down until the counterclaim had been accepted( or down for good if rejected).
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Re: Dealing with DMCA Takedown Notices

Postby Hopstep » Sat Jul 07, 2012 6:58 pm

Kevmaster wrote:So I just filled out my first counterclaim for a video that had only been up for about 20 minutes and not even 10 views.
What surprised me was that the video was directly back up for viewing, yet the claim had not been responded to. I was expecting the video to be down until the counterclaim had been accepted( or down for good if rejected).

Perhaps 'cause it was your first strike (if it did grant you one)?

Anyway, I don't know what I did wrong, but my counter claim was rejected by Youtube ;_; And for some strange reason, I believe it was because of Mirai Nikki..
I'm hopeless at these kinds of things, sobs.
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Re: Dealing with DMCA Takedown Notices

Postby Hopstep » Sat Jul 07, 2012 7:13 pm

*sorry for double-posting, I meant the rejection to be less stuck like that.
I got this message saying "We are concerned that you may be misusing our counter-notification process and because of this, we are unable to honor this request." and they provided a link if I might want to resend a counter notice again, so.
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Re: Dealing with DMCA Takedown Notices

Postby DarkSchneider » Sun Jul 22, 2012 4:37 pm

There's also Vimeo. I'm in the process of uploading my AMVs there. It's going rather well, cause most of what I've uploaded thus far didn't last a day on Youtube due to copyright claims. Sure you "acknowledge claims", but some are taken down without such action, like the ones with music from WMG(Warner Media Group) for example.

https://vimeo.com/channels/darkschneideramvs
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Re: Dealing with DMCA Takedown Notices

Postby Otohiko » Sun Jul 22, 2012 4:55 pm

As far as AMVs, I (and some of my friends) personally had worse experiences with Vimeo than youtube. They're not really a site for uploading this type of work, and kill accounts with relative little ceremony when it comes to fanvids. Not that I blame them, but AMVs never lasted long there.
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