Prevent your stolen video from being banned

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Hello guys :cool:

I decided to become pretty active on this forum, since I learn a lot everyday.
I know some of you don't record their own video with their own voice and want to simply steal someone else video to just create very fast niche even if it's not as HQ as doing the process yourself.

But Youtube can quickly now if you leeched the video from someone else and just remove the video or even ban your account.

You can prevent this with simple steps :

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nicenike00

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If I modify the stolen video by adding intro, etc... The hash would be changed too right? And Youtube cannot spot me, right? Thanks man!
 
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Nope the MD5 hash is related to the file. (Any files on your computer have a MD5 Hash)
So when you upload it your video still have the same MD5 Hash.

So you need to change it.
 

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soueuls said:
Nope the MD5 hash is related to the file. (Any files on your computer have a MD5 Hash)
So when you upload it your video still have the same MD5 Hash.

So you need to change it.

I'm sorry but you are wrong. The hash of a file depends file's size and thus it depends on its content. So if you have a video and you alter it in ANY way(convert it,add a pixel,remove 1 second), the hash is completely different. However you're right about duplicate hashes on youtube, but that's the most basic check they do. If you upload a duplicate hash they won't even keep the video. To be sure the video's not detected as a copy, and thus ghosted, you need to do some modifications to it like changing the sound a little, altering the image, the duration.
 

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nicenike00 said:
If I modify the stolen video by adding intro, etc... The hash would be changed too right? And Youtube cannot spot me, right? Thanks man!
Yes, if re render it, it will change the hash
 

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Nice share, thank you! This helped me alot i was thinking too the MD5 hash will be changed if i edit the video and render it to HD.
 
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