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Use proxy videos to transcode the mts files into something usable. Here's a short tutorial to get you started:


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If you mush all three words together, it will make the name harder to understand. On the other hand, having all three words as one word may make the name more recognizable, if the name you chose is a common phrase. If your name is three words, when people look it up, they may find videos about that topic listed above your channel. This would limit your early ...


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I don't think it really matters. People do both all the time. It really all just comes down to the content you provide, using appropriate tags on each video, and being consistent with your postings.


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The problem was that different clips had different frame rates. My phone records a variable frame rate around 30 fps, the Zoom video had a fixed frame rate of 25 fps, the FB live video was variable around 30 fps and the Acapella-via-FB video was fixed 30 fps. I fixed the problem by reencoding all clips to a fixed frame rate of 30 fps with ffmpeg -r 30. (I ...


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It's a strange case. In court, you would win because you're using the footage under the "fair use" regulations. However, many videos still get claimed wrongfully. You can request a manual review, and possibly get approved, but by then the main viewership per day has gone down (since approval may take a few days). So from a monetary standpoint, for video-...


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An algorithm decides that. It can go both directions. The system is not smart enough to correctly decide if your video meets the cirteria for fair use/citation. In case of a wrong decision you can appeal and sometimes you succeed. If you give credit or not does not play a role for Youtube, however it's a legal requirement for correct citation. If a ...


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