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You can also if you want to have the full video trim a little off the end of the video and save that as new clip, then also save the little bit you trimmed off, then as soon as the video is processed download it immediately before it gets blocked again, then download the trimmed off bit and you have the full video, thats what i did then covered the screen with an image for the required time to not lose or have to edit the commentarybax said:Strange... disappeared? Sure?JuanCarMR said:You cant do it because it is not editable with youtube editor (it is disappeared) an not downloadable
We did this way
I suppose you are admin of you Youtube channel. Procedure (I'm italian so I'm trying to translate my Youtube menus/commands):
1) open you Youtube channel
2) above the top banner you can find: number if subscriptions, number of visualizations, video management --> click on Video Management
3) you will have a complete list of your videos: for each of them you will find some specifications (public or private, blocked or not and why... exact mm.ss of the infringement)
4) choose the blocked one: you can EDIT the video, you can do some improvement, some CUT
It worked for us, video did not disappear, only hidden to public or to online Youtube downloaders
Something FRR have done in the past is ask drivers to provide a video like @Lozzy said, asking the driver to show all aspects of the settings, assists, sub assists, anything that could be altered, this can cause some friction so if you dont want that driver to feel targeted then ask all drivers to do it, from the running of a league point of view you may want to keep each drivers video regarding settings private in case someone has found a legal advantage that they do not want to share and shouldnt be made to share because they are faster, and as a league owner it would take some descretion to not use or share any legal advantages you find, obviously there is a chance the person is cheatin in which case hopefully you find the source, just remember that because someone new is ridiculously quick doesnt always mean there cheating.Tyranium said:I am suspicious about someone using enhancing programs in my organised online league..
Ofcourse I can't prove this. I am the organiser of the league I'm in and last year we had our top two drivers... but this new guy gets a 15 sec advantage out of them like it's nothing, almost impossible..
Is there something that can be done in co-op with codemasters/steam to ease my mind?? To see if he's really cheating or not.. :-|