Video Tutorial I did Has Been Rejected - I'd Like To Please Know Why?

#1
Hello :)

So I posted my first video (a reupload of a tutorial video I'd uploaded to YouTube last year), and it has been rejected. Except that I don't have a clue why.

Can anyone please help me understand what went wrong?
 

DavidMcNab

Well-known member
#2
I don't know anything about your video, but I can tell you that there can be several reasons for a rejection. Upload error, issue with playback, and product placement or advertising, and graphic content are a few that I've seen. Definitely a good question for the support team.
 
#3
My video is an Adobe Lightroom Tutorial that explains how to create a custom print module template. I'm not getting paid by Adobe to do the tutorial, and I make various Photography Editing related tutorials. Does Rumble not allow it because it seems like product placement or something?
 

BenW

Active member
#4
My video is an Adobe Lightroom Tutorial that explains how to create a custom print module template. I'm not getting paid by Adobe to do the tutorial, and I make various Photography Editing related tutorials. Does Rumble not allow it because it seems like product placement or something?
I can imagin that is the case.
 

DavidMcNab

Well-known member
#5
I don't know. There may be another reason. It may just be a technical issue, needing another upload attempt.
Have you emailed support@rumble.com?
They are usually very prompt. One more advantage to the Rumble platform is that the people are always there for us.
 
#7
I uploaded a video as "Rumble Player", and it got rejected, and nothing happens when I hover the mouse over the red X. I suppose you COULD say it's graphic, as it shows wild animals eating a carcass, BUT there a many videos of the sort here, so it doesn't make sense.
 

DavidMcNab

Well-known member
#8
I think your videos show a side of nature and the focus is really the animal behaviour, as opposed to a focus on the graphic parts. I'd be surprised if that's an issue.