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Old 01-09-12, 01:35 AM   #1
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Posting YouTube vids with copyrighted music

I posted a video tonight on YouTube with some music I knew was copyrighted, but I posted as a private vid thinking that would make it ok, but I guess it doesn't really work that way. To my question... I've seen several vids with commercial music on YouTube that have info and links to buying the particular song being used. How do people do this? Is there a bank of selected songs available you can use with your videos, or what?

Edit: Nevermind, a quick Google search works wonders Didn't know about their audio swap feature.
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