Gerund or participle

Hello, teachers!

- I saw a video clip of [your, you] singing, provided by your manager.

In this sentence, which is the correct choice? I thought 'singing' was a gerund, so both were correct, but someone says it is a participle and 'your' is incorrect. Is she right? Is it possible for a video clip, not "you", to sing?


Thank you very much.
Best Regards.
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