Is there a fast way I can change the hex etc of images so that instagram cannot tell I’m posting duplicates of the same post across instagram? (On slaves).
Almost impossible - Changing the hash will not accomplish much.
Just think of it how a Google reverse-image search works. Facebook will apply a similar method.
So the key would be to alter the image just enough so i’s not the same anymore.
Things to try:
- Add borders
- Change fonts/colors of the text
- Inverse colors for parts of the image
Does it really matter? I mean reposting identical still seems to work.
Ive heard it can link accounts especially when you are creating and adding them around the same time? Not 100% sure of this
Without substantially changing the actual image, I’m not sure it makes a difference to IG’s detection. I’ve had a video with some music that I didn’t realise was copyrighted get pulled down in seconds by the algorithm - I’d love to know how they do it!
If you’re concerned, could you stagger the upload times by hours/days/weeks?
I am trying to create 50+ slaves at one time and have random pics posted for each from a folder so it will be very time consuming having to make sure each one is different and not overlapped.
Is the same picture a big deal? Or am I just paranoid?
How does the function of Jarvee name “Resize and Flip Image when Changing MD5”?
It’s very helpful for me when I repost for bulk accounts.