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I am having a issue i.e: Facebook deletes the video uploaded by me and says It contains copyright audio. It is 6min video so how could I know which part is being aborted by Facebook.

Thanks a million.

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Are you using any copyrighted songs in your video? This could be something as simple as playing in the background of a clip. – AJ Henderson Jun 23 '14 at 14:08
Not sure about Facebook, but I know that with youtube, there is an appeals process for when their algorithms detect copyrighted music when none exists. Which leads me to the question; is Facebook actually hosting the video? Because if so, you could just try a different host. – Jason Conrad Jun 23 '14 at 16:30
What @JasonConrad said is probably going to be your best solution. Facebook support is pretty much non-existant for things like this. Most of the algorithms are getting better but facebooks is probably the weakest still – Chris James Champeau Jun 30 '14 at 3:22

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