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    [GET] Free Commented Template to Vote Youtube Comments



    If anyone got the old .dll then redownload the new from this thread or the other because I fixed an issue I didn't notice until I incorporated it into a full blown template to test on a list.

    I tried to break it into 3 Main steps to make it easier to understand.
    Step 1 is the Declarations/Initilizations
    Step 2 is the Youtube Account Loop to run through a list
    Step 3 is the Youtube Video URL List

    FIY: Zenno Poster is horrible at converting a detailed Template from Project Maker to Code Creator... Not for those who don't have much experience. Next time, I will just start from the beginning in Code Creator.

    What this template does:
    This template will loop through a list of Youtube Accounts, Login, Loop through another List of Youtube Video URL's per each Account and Vote a comment up or down. The template is written in C but I have the Project Maker Template (everything but the actual vote that the .dll performs) that I may post if anyone wants it. The template also has simple error logging explained below. If you want more functionality, add it yourself.

    *Put the .dll in your Zenno Directories \Prog\ folder. You may need to add it as a "Reference" in the "Project Explorer" by right clicking and "browsing/selecting" the .dll's location*

    Inputs:
    You need the following 2 .txt files to run this template in your ZP's \Resources\ folder:

    Youtube_Accounts.txt - This text file is obviously your youtube accounts formatted in SN|PW.

    Youtube_Videos.txt - This text file includes 3 inputs per line seperated by a | like the Youtube_Accounts.
    Input a.) Either 1 or 0. 1 = Vote Up, 0 = Vote Down.
    Input b.) Commenter's username as it appears.
    Input c.) Youtube Video URL.
    So when constructing your lists, to vote a comment UP, a full line would look like:
    Code:
    1|ricardoeldelmustang|http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ve8sNTqrzCw&ob=av2e 
    Outputs:
    In your ZP's \Results\ folder, Youtube_Errors.txt will be created, with the problem line, if any of the following 3 errors occur:
    1.) If after it clicks the "Sign In" and navigates to a Video, it finds the "Sign In" link again.
    2.) If it can't find the Commenter you defined on the line.
    3.) If it did find the Commenter but the .dll couldn't find the Vote Button. Depending on how many attempts you choose (I have it set to 15 in the template) the actual Vote button can take a second or two to load and be missed. Each try is intervaled to .5 seconds. So @ 15 tries your looking at a total wait time of 7.5 seconds MAX for that Vote Button to load.... should be plenty of time.

    I haven't ran it through tons of tests but what I did test it seemed to be working good.
    Let me know if any one has any problems.

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    bange (14-10-2011), crespozooo (15-10-2011), crh62carpenter (25-09-2012), King (14-10-2011), neversell (15-10-2011), Rus (03-02-2012), Smoke (14-10-2011)

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    I am going to try this out

    Thanks to your share


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    Great share!! Thanks

    Last edited by crespozooo; 16-10-2011 at 19:30.

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    LE: Worked great for 2 days, but now the comment doesn't go anymore on top, even if it has more thumbs ups than the highest rated comments. I've tried everything, changing proxies, accounts etc.

    Someone said that the bot itself is detected, I quote "I'll tell you this: ALL comment voters have 1 thing in common; there is a footprint after a while, always. Changing IPs will not help if the bot itself is detected. Any bot that is written by a user that doesn't know too much about YouTube is leaving footprints. (browser bots, WinSock bots, anything..). It will stop going to the top sooner or later. "

    So I guess he's right


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    @crespozooo: Instead of providing generic quotes man, it would be good if the actual person that told you about bots leaving footprints actually let us know what kind of footprints does this ZP template by Shayne leave and help us understand more. Going "guru" does not help anyone, it just makes someone look like a noob if he cant provide backing for what he says.

    It is my understanding that bots usually DONT leave footprints, most of the time is the user that actually leaves a footprint. And its really easy to not leave a footprint also, you just set some random refs, clean the flash cookies container as it is the number one culprit for "ratting you out". And use proxies etc.

    Either way, please point the friend that told you about footpints to this thread so we can have more info on this and probably expand our knowledge about it and prevent it if we can.


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    that is a post from bhw and that person left that comment so you can buy his bot. here is his post: "I'll tell you this: ALL comment voters have 1 thing in common; there is a footprint after a while, always. I won't tell what obviously. If you want one that works long term and keeps accounts alive for MONTHS, Pm me.". So this guy is saying that all bots leave footprints but not his or that all bots leave the same footprint and he won't tell us what it is. He is also selling his bot for $1500.

    Anyway I had the same problem and it's not the bot fault, it's the accounts you are using to make the comment. As a test try to rank a comment of a legit youtube user (not one of your own accounts).

    Last edited by King; 16-10-2011 at 23:22.

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    Yeah, now I think I agree with @King ... I've tried rating other people's comments with the bot and even manually, and it doesn't go on top. So it's definitely because of the accounts. Probably the proxies I used to create them are blacklisted.



 

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