What are duration-based business rules?

Duration-based business rules enable our video rightsholders to set a minimum threshold of time before a content identification is made. Duration-based business rules can be applied to any asset registered in Audible Magic's tv/film registry and on any platform that has implemented this feature. Common reasons for using these types of business rules include:

  • Promoting content on social media platforms.
    • For example, if you are a movie studio and would like snippets of your new movie to be set to "Allow" on Dailymotion, but set to "Block" if it’s longer than the specified duration.
  • Rightsholders often have complaints from people using small portions of their content. These complaints can be time-consuming and costly. By setting a duration-based business rule, the rightsholder can reduce the number of complaints.

Duration-based business rules must be a minimum of 30 seconds and cannot be more than 10 minutes in length. As such, we suggest caution when determining whether you would like a duration-based business rule set on shorter videos.

    To have duration-based business rules applied to your videos, please contact helpdesk@audiblemagic.com and include the following information:

    • Desired duration-based rule limit (i.e. 30 seconds, 5 minutes, 10 minutes)
    • VendorVideoID(s) of the assets on which you would like the rule set
    • The platform(s) on which you would like the rule applied