Manyvids now requires uploaders to submit co-performer documentation before videos can be released
Clip site Manyvids has made changes to the documentation it requires for videos featuring more than 1 performer. For years, models were not required to indicate whether or not another performer appeared in their video. More recently, a field appeared in the video editing page that required you to indicate whether or not another performer was in the video, but no further action was required. Manyvids has now announced that, as of May 31, 2021, documentation must be provided for all co-performers. Previously uploaded videos are not affected by this new requirement, but if you edit an old video you will be required to submit the new documentation.
If the co-performer(s) in a video is an MV Star already, you can simply enter their MV name and that will take care of the documentation requirement. If the co-performer(s) is not a verified performer on Manyvids, the model uploading the content will be required to provide a signed and dated model release form, as well as photos of the appropriate government ID. Up to 10 co-performers can be added per video. SFW videos do not require co-performer documentation, but all videos tagged SFW are reviewed by the Manyvids Trust & Safety team, and incorrectly tagging your videos as SFW to avoid co-performer documentation may result in removal.