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And it was unpublished due to pixelated or watermarked pictures or videos. I received the email and removed all pictures. I took the videos from YouTube, which has a "share" option for all videos. I submitted the hub for republishing, but it hasn't been republished yet. In my account, the hub shows that it needs to be revised.
1. Does YouTube ever have videos that can be shared, but shouldn't be?
2. How long does it normally take for a hub to be republished after it has been revised?
Thank you all for your great help! I've gotten some excellent answers from questions asked by others here.
You do sometimes see pixelated and watermarked videos on YouTube and you can be flagged for that. If the video owner turns of sharing, you won't get a valid video feed when you go to embed the ID in the capsule.
Republication takes as long as it takes. The queue gets backed up more over weekends and holidays when staffing is lighter.
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