What the fuck is up with YouTube.
I can't view any English subbed songs. Did they go full asspie? Was this the fault of Exit Tunes and incstoenterinc?
Why are the japs being worse than western jews about this kind of stuff?
I looked up incstoenteric and there's no results on Google so probably those claims are fake.
Exit tunes though? That's probably real, sorry OP. Though I'm surprised that Vocaloid fandom isn't throwing a fit yet.
In case some people haven't figured it out yet, as of today you can't listen to Japanese music on Youtube anymore. No animu tracks, no music videos, no anything, even if it was uploaded in the US. All of the major labels have cracked down and copyright flagged all their shit in such a way that it can't viewed outside of Japan.
It's also the live versions of When The First Love Ends, Yume Yume, One of the Suki Kirai uploads, Deep Sea Girl, and a few others. Third Pudding War, This Happiness, and quite a few songs are too..
I checked a few songs and a lot of songs owned by some of the big 10 companies like Victor entertainment(flying dog) or Sony music entertainment are blocked. Even official verified channels are blocked in my country.
This isn't because of TPP or copyright claims by any of the Japanese companies. If it was one of these two reasons, I think the videos would be blocked in more than just America. According to this article, it's more than likely something to do with YouTube Red.
Everything works fine for me. Thank you, based slav shithole for never being noticed by any kind of TPP and shit.
I'm genuinely surprised people listen to japanese media on youtube.
And if you really need to watch something on that site (which you shouldn't), I'm sure you can find ways to bypass region blocking,
>all my cute anime vids are kill
All works for me
They must've figured out that poles are too poor anyway to buy music
Nothing I watch has been blocked, personally. Not even Jap games. If I wanted to watch them, I could go to other sites, like nicovideo, or if I really wanted them, I would have downloaded them.
using a jp proxy fixed it for me. you cant fight youtube/google. they dont give a fuck how many people hate them. they will just buy all the competition.
lmao however 4chan blocks the jap isp I was using. I guess google bought 4chan too.
Move to Canada, Americans,
Nothing is affected here.
In case people have figured it out yet this has nothing to do with TPP. It's the new Youtube Red bullshit that's causing the problem.
Got one too. So i think they forced the companies to sign new policies for youtube if they still want any videos that related to them, including videos that was uploaded by someone else, viewable. Probably payment related.
Huh, doesn't that message basically just say that you have copyrighted content on your channel?
My guess is that previously the companies got some compensation for that (ad revenue), but since the partner contracts etc are now being updated and possibly renegotiated, they videos that supposedly have copyrighted content by those companies are held in limbo?
I'm not sure why the Jap companies don't just accept the Red deal, from my understanding it is better for YouTube partners money wise than the previous model was. But I don't know if big companies from Japan and possibly elsewhere have some sort of special arrangements.
>I'm not sure why the Jap companies don't just accept the Red deal, from my understanding it is better for YouTube partners money wise than the previous model was.
Being able to legally and easily download as many 1080p videos from YouTube as you want torpedoes the business models of companies like, say, AKB, who are presumably trying to sell you DVDs and CDs worth more than the 0.5 cents per month they'd get from your YouTube Red subscription.
Yes, you can already download all the videos you want with scripts and extensions, but we're talking about the mass consumer here, who buys videos and music he can get online for free because it feels more legal and they're more used to it (go to store, buy thing, get thing). But if a legal, and super-popular mass-market download option appears they'll just switch to that instead.
blocked my black rock shooter video, but all my doujinshi vids from nicovideo are fine. this shouldn't affect 95% of vocaloid videos, should it? unless making vocaloid videos is really that big a thing that even small timers are able to make such a significant revenue as to block us from uploading it elsewhere.
fucking japs being bold against the US for once just had to be the worst time for them to do it. still blame google though
>Dont sign deal for whatever reason
>All your videos are now hidden lol
And people thought I was crazy for not liking google, here they come again to fuck everyone over.
I still use RSS feeds rather than signing up for subscriptions, works just as well.
I say just boycot youtube red and noone pay them anything until it's all free again. To me even cable is not something I care to pay for, though I know it's not like that for everyone, but YouTube has always been free and all be dambed the day that stops!
This is a common misconception, thanks to YouTube again being shitty at sharing information
It is still free, and will continue to be so (well, who knows?). If you were to subscribe now, you still wouldn't see those blocked videos. They're blocked because the creators owning those videos did not sign in to the new deal that was offered. Who knows why they didn't.
I have no problems watching anything in Australia. Maybe it was just the Burgers who got blocked?
Oh, really? Suck shit to them, American companies are the ones who do this more than anyone else to the rest of the world.
American companies have been blocking foreign IPs from accessing their media for years now. The difference is that the rest of the world works their way to bypass these things while when Americans are in trouble, all they know is to bitch and moan about it. Why don't you make a petition about it?
Stop feeding false information. The content was blocked in the US due to YouTube Red. The copyright holders have to agree to the terms of YouTube Red before we can see their stuff again.
Perfect example, Tricot was blocked but their manager just took care of the problem so now we can view them again.
>not encoding the Blurays and DVDs and Project DIVA PVs