The Final Dress Rehearsal and FAKE COPYRIGHT Claims

Drum and Xylophone band and majorettes
The final dress rehearsal of a Drum and Xylophone band with accompanying twirling majorettes.

A lot of stuff concerning personal matters and some directly related to our making videos and the cross-posting of videos to our social media sites have consumed much of our time and attention for the time longest.

I will address one of the concerns on this video and the rest in future postings.

OK stop! stop the music.

I know some ‘big eared spies’ are lurking and just waiting for the timing to learn about this post and file a copyright claim on the embedded music which in reality are neither their composition, performance or in many cases, they have nothing to do with.

But just the same, they mess around and cause headache by telling Youtube of a copyright claim.

Drum and Xylophone band and majorettes
The final dress rehearsal of a Drum and Xylophone band with accompanying twirling majorettes.

I have dealt with that times too many and on this video, I do not want that to happen again. I have no more time to spare just entertaining the bullcrap about that.

So how can one enjoy watching this video without the music?

The drum and xylophone band are marching and the majorettes are twirling. And on my side, it looks ackward and awful watching them perform their final dress rehearsal just before their number is called to finally show their stuff to the waiting crowd half a kilometer away where the competition was being held.

Maybe I can add music from my library, the one supplied by my video editing app, the royalty-free music I can attach without carrying at the back of my mind it will get copyright claim.

So, let’s do it. And check if my selected music will sync with the moves.

You be the judge if I placed the right music or not. I would be glad reading your comments below. And if you smash the subscribe button and hit the notification bell, It will give you the chance to get notified each time I post a video.

[Video file fact: of “The Final Dress Rehearsal and FAKE COPYRIGHT Claims” as posted in Youtube
✅ Video: Streams (dependent on the viewer internet connection and gadget capability, look Ma, it’s great to watch on TV!) at H264, 1920 x 1080 at 22,000 kBits/Sec in 29.97 frames/sec) from original raw file of 1920 x 1080 at 60 FPS. Raw footage was taken at the churchyard of Our Lady of La Porteria Catholic parish church in Calabanga during the feastday of its patron saint and town fiesta.
✅ Audio: MPEG4 at 16 bit stereo @ 48 KHZ
✅ Duration: 5 mins. & 50 secs.
✅ Total frames: x
✅ Total file size: 507,737 KB
✅ Music: x]

So how was the music. Did it synced with the moves of the band and the majorretes?

I’m posting another version of this video with the original music played by the band on our Cbanga360 inMotion Facebook page. For the record, this is a first chance video got posted directly on the page. It is a milestone!

Please check it out. But hey, it’s down, below, too!!

[Video file fact: of “The Last Dress Rehearsal” as posted on Facebook inMotion page.
✅ Video: Streams (dependent on the viewer internet connection and gadget capability, look Ma, it’s great to watch on TV!) at H264, 1920 x 1080 at 22,000 kBits/Sec in 29.97 frames/sec)
✅ Audio: MPEG4 at 16 bit stereo @ 48 KHZ
✅ Duration: 4 mins. & 29 secs.
✅ Total frames: x
✅ Total file size: 385,254 KB
✅ Music: x]

Happy Fiesta Calabanga. Happy feast day celebration of Our Lady of La Porteria!!!!

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