Once reporters have successfully uploaded a video to QISSA, it is sent to our team of experts for detailed review. The video content is evaluated on different parameters before approving it for display on the platform.

1. Copied Content
Copyright violation is taken very seriously on QISSA. The platform only accepts Videos that are shot by you and are not uploaded to any other video or social media platform.

Our experts use advanced tools to look for copied content on the Internet. If the video is found to be copied, the reporter is given a strike.

You must have the original content or have the explicit permission of the person who created the content to include it in your video, you must own the copyrights and distribution rights for all audio and video content that you upload to QISSA.

2. Digital Quality of the Video
After making sure that the content is original, the digital quality of the video is evaluated. The Video needs to be shot with a minimum of 720p resolution, there should be no lag in audio. The audio should be clear, and the language should be either English or Urdu, any message in audio should be understandable.

The video should not be shaky, or constantly switching between landscape and portrait mode. Video should be appropriately zoomed such that it covers the event completely. Lighting in the video should be adequate so that the viewer can understand the incident.
If our experts identify any shortcomings in digital quality of the video, the video is rejected.
For maximum chances of approval, you can shoot the video with a good resolution mobile camera, keep the landscape orientation throughout the video, shoot with a steady hand, and cover as many angles of the event as possible so that most surroundings are covered.

3. Coverage of Main Event
After verifying the digital quality, our experts determine whether the main event is covered in the video.


Example 1
If the event is a city protest due to water shortage, the video should include the location of the protest, the size of the crowd, reasons for the protest, activities carried out by protesters and the duration of the protest.


Example 2
If the event captured is a fire in a market, the video should include the area where the fire broke out, the extent of damage it caused and firefighting efforts of local authorities. A video of just a cloud of smoke from very far, is rejected on grounds of “No Coverage of Main Event”.

4. Video Details
At the end, experts check the video details.The reporter should provide proper title and description of the video content for the better understanding of audience.

So what are you waiting for, grab a camera, create video content and upload to QISSA platform.