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27/09/2013 09:24:56

chucklesExperimental user
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It's not yet in the Gallery
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27/09/2013 09:54:59

IanSExperimental userMuvizu staff
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Hi chuckles. Your video comes back in our system as "Syndication of this video was restricted." which stops us from showing it. You should be able to adjust this setting in YouTube unless it's due to copyrighted audio.
edited by IanS on 27/09/2013
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27/09/2013 16:59:39

chucklesExperimental user
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My last one had exactly the same restriction (Max Miller) but that one went on ?
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27/09/2013 17:14:18

urbanlamb
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hi.. youtube geek here

what has happened is that the tracks are copyrighted and the video flagged in the system. Then the holder of the copyright has gotten a notice and has chosen to block the video. This is not a youtube issue this is the copyright holder using the content id system and noticing the flag and hitting block.

when you use copyrighted material your basicaly spinning a roulette wheel and sometimes you get by without being noticed and sometimes you dont. If the flag is appropriate and its not mislabelled then this time the copyright holder noticed



err just adding this later. If you think this is a mistake then you can disput the content id match and block but beware make very sure your dispute is legitimate you can search youtube on how to dispute a content id match.
edited by urbanlamb on 27/09/2013
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28/09/2013 01:00:36

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My whole point is that the video, according to Youtube has NOT been blocked! this is what THEY say-
Your video may include music that is owned by a third party.
Your video is available and playable.
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28/09/2013 02:07:25

urbanlamb
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They may not allow it to play on third party sites there are so many combinations and permutations. The reason why companies allow their stuff to be used on youtube is because its a commercial platform but often they dont allow the stuff to play on third party sites so there is a way to type in domain names you dont want it to play on. The owner might not want it on muvizu or any third party platform. Maybe the owner hates muvizu lol it can be a myriad of reasons.

I could be wrong but if muvizu is saying its blocked that means that is the message they are getting when it plays when they hit play when they try to watch it to moderate it they get a blocked message etc.

It also goes by server maybe the region that the muvizu server in is a place where the license holder has not licensed his music so he has blocked the region. Are you watching the video in the same country as the muvizu server? if so then he is blocking muvizu for some reason be it a general block on third party sites or muvizu in particular.

I had a video that kept disappearing off the muvizu site it was being blocked in the uk (course it was also a false copyright claim but we wont go there) eventually I just took the video down but the video played fine on youtube for me

here maybe this helps? basically they are being nice enough to let you use their stuff without completely removing it but they have decided they dont want you to use it in certain places.

http://apiblog.youtube.com/2011/12/understanding-playback-restrictions.html


3. yt:state

It’s also important to check the yt:state of the video in the API response. Even if yt:accessControl indicates that syndication is allowed, yt:state might override it. For example, a video that has limited syndication would have the following:<app:control>
<yt:state name='restricted' reasoncode='limitedSyndication'>
Syndication of this video was restricted by its owner.
</yt:state>
You might also see the message “Syndication of this video was restricted by the content owner.” Hence, even if the uploader allows syndication, the content owner could override that and disallow syndication. For example, this could happen if someone uploads a video that contains a soundtrack that is owned by another content owner.


Also this wont help you but myself for false content matches (i dont use copyrighted anything unless i have express permission and am whitelisted by the owner) but any problem videos i come across that are getting repeatedly dinged I tend to just completely remove off of youtube and use dailymotion.

P.S. God i am such a geek! hehe
edited by urbanlamb on 28/09/2013
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01/10/2013 10:41:48

IanSExperimental userMuvizu staff
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Urbanlamb has it spot-on chuckles. Unfortunately I can only suggest that you re-dub it with non-copyrighted audio and then upload it again.
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