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Twitch scanning videos on music that violates copyright
Video Game Service Twitch’s videos scan afterwards to music which the uploader violates copyrights. If the service copyrighted music finds peace in a video, Twitch will turn off the sound on that video. Twitch livestreams will not scan for music.
Twitch will scan videos in blocks of half an hour; when in that block a fragment of music copyright-which the user has not paid, then the service will sound in that half an hour of video off .
This also applies to music in games and music that users play in the background, says the service. Twitch is a service that allows gamers to create how gaming videos and upload them to show to others. Often these livestreams, but users can also post the streams as “rag’s” videos on demand.
Twitch works with Audible Magic to scan music videos; that happens automatically. If the service finds music a notification in the video why the sound is off appears.Viewing:-174
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