|Another website has been using my youtube video without permission.||EthanCampbell||2/21/10 7:55 PM|
A business has been using one of my videos on their website without getting my permission a head of time. They are using the video to promote their business. I am not sure what the legal ramifications are. The vidoe shows a bunch of my friends going down a snowtubing hill. http://www.ekobacken.com/tubing.shtm Please advise, thank you
|Re: Another website has been using my youtube video without permission.||markimatang||2/21/10 10:43 PM|
Well, Now Then, There, Perhaps someone more articulate than I could put this more delicately. You have given permission ahead of time! When you uploaded your video the default setting under embedding is “yes, external sites may embed and play this video.” Any views are credited to your video and a link is provided if persons wish to view the video on a YouTube page.
If you don’t like this go to My Videos click edit and under Embedding choose "NO, external sites may NOT embed and play this video."
|Re: Another website has been using my youtube video without permission.||Rooky||2/22/10 8:44 AM|
To expound on this question;
How can a person find Where their youtube videos are 'embedded' at ?
(I have done a google search, etc & no luck finding the 2 people that have embedded our video.)
Thank You for any ideas !
|Re: Another website has been using my youtube video without permission.||rewboss||2/22/10 9:23 AM|
Insight will give you a general idea. Under the "Discovery" tab, it will tell you where your video has been playing in embedded players.
However, it can't distinguish between your video actually being embedded, and your video showing up as "related" to an embedded video.
It is sometimes surprising where your video turns up. A week or so ago, a video I made about Hamburg, Germany was suddenly being played in embedded players on several apparently unrelated Korean websites. To this day I have no idea why.