The man who introduces himself as the producer of the anti-Islam film which sparked fury across the Islamic world said he would not regret for the video.
Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, a 55-year-old Egyptian Copt living in California, also said he was thinking to release the full film.
"No, I do not regret it. I am saddened by the killing of the ambassador but I do not regret making it," Nakoula told American Arabic-language Radio Sawa, referring to the killing of US ambassador to Libya and three other consulate officials in Benghazi on Tuesday.
"I am the one who leaked the 14 minutes and put it on the Internet and I am thinking about releasing the full film. Nobody manipulated my film," Nakoula said.
Asked if he felt guilty that the violence is being directed against US citizens, Nakoula said: "Yes, I feel guilty. America has nothing to do with this subject and is suffering the consequences of a film that has nothing to do with it."
Nakoula was first identified by Sam Bacile. However, Bacile turned out to be a false identity.
The film mocks the religion of Islam as it denigrates Prophet Mohammad (pbuh), sparking protest across some Islamic countries.
In Libya the US ambassador along with other three consulate officials were killed in the city of Benghazi.
Protests in Yemen also took place in which four people were killed as demonstrator tried to storm the US embassy there.
In the same context there were clashes between Egyptian protesters and police outside the US embassy in Cairo.