AudioJungle watermark removal :)

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xD LOL

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Great :))

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this is genius! need more!

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…too funny! :rofl::rofl:

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So, I guess now the countdown begins on how long before the fine folks here close the loophole that you’ve driven a truck through…

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This is some kind of development at the level of neural networks.

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You lifted my spirits))

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Muy buena explicación, fácil y rápido… :slight_smile:

Do you still have got a link to the article maybe?

Sure.

Search for a line of text “With or without voice-over”:

I think that atagosounds is also a author at AudioJungle. He shares quite a lot of interesting insights about music production.

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Thank you! Some good points there indeed.

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Great tutorial! :slight_smile: :+1:
It works in 100% of cases ))

Oh my god. ha ha ha. :smile:

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Haha… brilliant! :blush::tada:

Respect!

haha, luv it

Hello! It’s terrible. I don’t have much sales at all, since I m to AJ recently. and in May only 1 too.
I saw this video.
What if using a multiband compressor through a side chain when applying a watermark? In this case, digital watermark removal is no longer so easy.

Guys I think how the watermark removal works is they get a copy of the AJ watermark which is used to subtract from preview files.

So if you just slightly pitch shift or time stretch the watermark in your projects, even just slightly, it won’t match the model they are using and their method shouldn’t work.

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Yes amazing idea! Throw it through some other subtle processing like compression or saturation too so it’s even harder for them to cancel it out! :smiley:

This should be suggested by envato in the submission process.

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