incorrectly matched third party content

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incorrectly matched third party content leetstreetboys 3/16/12 6:27 AM
I am getting notices from YouTube that they are matching 3rd party content in my videos. When in reality I own all the content and there is no 3rd party content. My videos have been disabled for ad share and I am losing money (having paid to create these videos.)

Is there a way to file a counter-claim to get my ads enabled again? Help!

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Re: incorrectly matched third party content leetstreetboys 3/16/12 1:39 PM
Yes, but my preroll ads have been removed.
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Re: incorrectly matched third party content leetstreetboys 3/17/12 8:51 AM
I already filed a counter-claim. How do I get YouTube to enable our ads again?
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Re: incorrectly matched third party content DarkStanley 3/18/12 3:16 AM
I'm in the same boat. Usually, from the time a counter-claim is filed, the other party has 10 days to either remove the claim, or take you to court. When a big company is involved, and they are using Content ID, Youtube get's to wash their hands of the issue and let the big company steamroll you out of your own content. Which is pretty much what Youtube wants, anyway.
 I filed a counterclaim, and it took almost 20 days just to be informed that I now had to wait ten days (They didn't really explain what for) After which time, the video would be restored WITHOUT ads. The rest of us get ten days, then, if we have made a false claim, our channel is deleted and we may even face prosecution. You think that will happent to some big company? Hell no! Youtube won't even give you a means to contact them.
 Think of this. A TV clip-show leases your video for one-time use on TV. They then upload that episode to Youtube, and, being a big company, are instantly granted Content ID, which finds your ORIGINAL video and claims against it. The studio is now making money off the show, money off its Youtube upload (Despite the legal contract you signed being for broadcast on TV ONLY), AND money off YOUR upload of YOUR video. Content ID is not legal in the way Youtube have implemented it. The ten days begin from when a counter claim is filed. NOT from when someone can be bothered to review the video. I'd take "R.T.I" to court and ream them, except Youtube has chosen to help them to hide from me. Well done again, Youtube. Yet more evidence that you can't even get the simple things right.
Re: incorrectly matched third party content leetstreetboys 3/18/12 6:22 AM
That really, really sucks. It seems like YouTube is violating their own terms of service, as well as the legal contract you signed with the 3rd party. Is there a way to contact YouTube directly by phone (or other medium) and discus the situation. It sounds like the Content ID problems are very widespread, and small creators are getting screwed.
Re: incorrectly matched third party content Quadracer687 5/23/12 7:58 AM
I am Getting the Same Thing, The Match Third Contant is definally not good.. I want youtube to fix the problem.  I filled out a dispute form and now its up to the company to remove the contant and nothing happened.. Quadracer687 (Laura)
Re: incorrectly matched third party content DarkStanley 5/23/12 8:53 AM
It's lame. They are supposed to either remove the claim or take you to court within 12 days or something. The 12 days didn't even BEGIN for almost 20 days. For over a month, someone else was getting the revenue from my video and Youtube refuses to give me any means at all of even knowing who it was so I can exercise my legal right to compensation
Re: incorrectly matched third party content Anand Jayz 7/6/12 2:27 AM
even i have got the same problem.
:(
and this is the video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8qFKUQWHUU
 
Re: incorrectly matched third party content David Lundin 7/6/12 2:47 AM
Den fredagen den 6:e juli 2012 kl. 11:27:26 UTC+2 skrev Anand Jayz:
even i have got the same problem.
:(
and this is the video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8qFKUQWHUU

Did you take all those photos and create that song yourself, OR get written permission from all photographers and artist/label?