*GOOD IDEA* For Models Protecting Video's

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Video Anti-Piracy Idea

So I was thinking, most guys who buy videos won't go out of there way to post them on PornHub etc or even sites like [site name banned*9].com that won't acknowledge DMCA...

So my idea was each video you make, make slight changes and create 10-20 + different variations or watermark/logo stamps during the video at different minute marks...

And notate them on a notepad, and when you sell the video send 1 copy out per person, so if it ever gets posted around the internet you could EASILY identify who did it, and if they are still active in your room.. you could EASILY put them on blast and DOMME their asses/make them feel bad for doing what they did (and in turn get paid more from them after threatening to ban/block them out of your life)

It could take a hour or so to make slight changes on each copy, but it could be useful down the line in tracking if and who someone is that posted your content on Tube sites, etc.

If it doesn't make sense, comment below and I will explain further - i'm hyper and excited that hopefully I can help someone, a model, that works hard day in and day out protect their property since these 'Cam Protection' services are useless and are usually at the other end of the busienss as well - all the meanwhile charging so much monthly to models and taking advatage of models not only kindness but innocense on so many levels.



 

Emberblaze

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This straight up sounds to me like instead of something that would help me would instead just help some dude pirating my material get his dick hard when I "Domme his ass" For sharing my videos around.

Just my two cents worth.
 

Keziah

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Spending that amount of time editing and rendering the clip isn't really worth it.

Calling them out publicly could lead to them doing worse things. Waaayyy worse things. Chances are if they're pirating your content, I doubt they feel bad. Calling them out will just make them laugh. Even if you block them, it's easy for them to get a new username and buy your stuff and plaster it everywhere even more.

Some models sell clips hundreds of times and on clip sites. Your store would look awful with 20 of the same clip, and most don't allow duplicates unless it's a different format.

Piracy sucks, it really does. It comes with the job. Not saying no one should send DMCA requests or attempt to stop them, but all of this time spent altering clips could be used creating awesome new content.

It seems your method wouldn't work for models with clips on a clip site. It would only be useful if you sold clips independently on a cam site, and had a small number to keep track of.
 

Emberblaze

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Even on a cam site I think the act of doing that would just encourage more bad behavior lol.

I don't acknowledge bad behavior. My years in the kink community has taught me there are too many guys jerking off to me telling them off lol.
 
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Spending that amount of time editing and rendering the clip isn't really worth it.

Calling them out publicly could lead to them doing worse things. Waaayyy worse things. Chances are if they're pirating your content, I doubt they feel bad. Calling them out will just make them laugh. Even if you block them, it's easy for them to get a new username and buy your stuff and plaster it everywhere even more.

Some models sell clips hundreds of times and on clip sites. Your store would look awful with 20 of the same clip, and most don't allow duplicates unless it's a different format.

Piracy sucks, it really does. It comes with the job. Not saying no one should send DMCA requests or attempt to stop them, but all of this time spent altering clips could be used creating awesome new content.

It seems your method wouldn't work for models with clips on a clip site. It would only be useful if you sold clips independently on a cam site, and had a small number to keep track of.

It disgusts me to be honest, models work hard at making and managing content, social media, etc. :furious
 

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Never mind the storage space that would be required for every variation of these videos...
I have pondered the logistics of a clip sales/storage site that provides an embedded "serial number" for each download, making the source easier to track down once it has been uploaded elsewhere. But, alas, I am just a humble camera geek, not an ingenious code monkey. That said, if you brainiacs here on the forum are inspired to create such a thing and said thing actually works... I demand 3% off the top. Or at least a "thanks".
 

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Even if I could identify who did it, then what? This technology does exist. It's not worth it to implement (time, effort, cost, storage space, etc). Prepaid Visa cards also exist, BTW. Even if you went to all that trouble and found out who did it? Chances are it won't help you at all. It's hosted in a country that doesn't give a shit about copyright by someone whose real info you don't know.
 
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Video Anti-Piracy Idea

So I was thinking, most guys who buy videos won't go out of there way to post them on PornHub etc or even sites like [site name banned*9].com that won't acknowledge DMCA...

So my idea was each video you make, make slight changes and create 10-20 + different variations or watermark/logo stamps during the video at different minute marks...

And notate them on a notepad, and when you sell the video send 1 copy out per person, so if it ever gets posted around the internet you could EASILY identify who did it, and if they are still active in your room.. you could EASILY put them on blast and DOMME their asses/make them feel bad for doing what they did (and in turn get paid more from them after threatening to ban/block them out of your life)

It could take a hour or so to make slight changes on each copy, but it could be useful down the line in tracking if and who someone is that posted your content on Tube sites, etc.

If it doesn't make sense, comment below and I will explain further - i'm hyper and excited that hopefully I can help someone, a model, that works hard day in and day out protect their property since these 'Cam Protection' services are useless and are usually at the other end of the busienss as well - all the meanwhile charging so much monthly to models and taking advatage of models not only kindness but innocense on so many levels.


They probably don't care if a model bans them for life (it happens every day in chat). They'll just move on to another model and / or site. Therefore they won't pay anymore either. They're sneaky fuckers that don't care or else they wouldn't do it to start with.
It would make more sense to watermark them with your screen name and the site you're on to hopefully capitalize on the advertisement to draw new followers. Maybe you on screen name and site in the background so it can't be cropped out.
 
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Software to add a code to downloads already exists. Did you not notice all the pirate sites shutting down? No, well, that tells you how well that works.
@FemdomGoddess started a whole thread about this in april 2016. She ended up getting banned, But not before giving me a bad troll attempt for saying the same thing.

The problem is that even if you ID the account, They can just throw away the account or claim it was stolen.
 
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