Amara policy states:
it also states:
Normally users don't delete video entries, since this may destroy the results of other people's subtitling efforts.
However, if it doesn't affect other users, we could help you to take a video down - but we'll need you to give us some information. You should do so as a reply to this thread in the forum (http://pculture.freshdesk.com/categories/6573/forums/28027/topics/8834)
To request to delete a Video.
Label as Delete Video
URL for the video's location in Amara (It looks like this http://www.universalsubtitles.org/en/videos/NmkV5cbiCqUU/info/learn-about-universal-subtitles/)
reason for taking down the video
My question is, if Amara does not host videos, and captions are strictly an overlay onto videos where they originally reside, why would there be a need to request video deletion from amara?
The user should just be able to delete th origingal source, say from a private hosted site.