Hooker - 2013-07-02 If I had time, money, and most importantly, inclination, I would make a series of my own puppetry videos that explain how you can can just reverse the image or record your computer playing it to bypass the copyright scanners and then upload it with known keywords so that copyright holders won't find it.
Nominal - 2013-07-02 I've heard that the image reversing trick hasn't worked in a while, nor does slightly tweaking the audio.
How do those darn scanners work? If I wasn't so lazy I'd start running some experiments on shifting image position, aspect ratio, and other stuff.
Quad9Damage - 2013-07-03 Boy I sure am glad they stuck on that bit about fair use at the end because it's not like fair use means jack shit to YouTube or anything. Most video critics who have started out on YT just ended up leaving and dumping their old stuff on blip because copyright notices and the ContentID system will either have a video deleted or muted within a matter of moments. The appeals process is long and grueling. YouTube has to pretend like everyone's a criminal while at the same time relying on copyrighted material because that's what brings in a majority of YT's traffic.