@Dan Thank you for responding so fast and i appreciate your decision, @Donna I understand your frustrations, but a view of a video does not constitute an actual video. The video that is used was uploaded October 12th and thats past the date of submission.
@Dan or anybody from recordsetter, can i please at least get a response on why this was accepted even though its after the cut off date?
@Donna I understand, but that is still all on your word, not any factual proof. I agree with benefit of the doubt and all, but not when it comes down to competitions especially ones with prizes.
"I submitted my video yesterday (8 minutes before cutoff). I am new to youtube.-only joined to enter the different contest through stride anyways. I submitted my 25 minute video yesterday that you have record of me submitting but youtube deleted it cause it was so to big. Of course by this time and already spending close to 3 hours getting it to download I got frustrated and gave up for the night. any ways I researched today how to get it downloaded for a longer video and I did. here is my old link for proof of me posting yesterday http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dKFHMSGitGg and here is the one that I finally got uploaded today http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4f6y9VYQqUw Evidence Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4f6y9VYQqUw"
That video was uploaded on the 12th of October, which is passed the deadline date. The record attempt submitted before the deadline has no video since it was deleted. I think its unfair that you are using a video uploaded after the date with a submission that was submitted before the date. I'm not questioning Donna's explanation about the video being deleted, but the video deleted could have been about anything or could have not been 25 minutes long.
How can this be accepted without a video?