|Copyright strike and saving my account||chaase||4/25/12 10:57 AM|
So I just got my second copyright strike from youtube. It is a music channel. I dont want it to get banned.
After I received my copyright strike I started asking artists and/or the label for consent to upload the music to my channel for non-commercial use.
My question is should i delete the videos the dont have consent or should i just make them private? Also some of the videos that I dont have consent for and are copyrighted have not matched any third party content yet. Should I not worry about those ones right now?
|Re: Copyright strike and saving my account||chaase||4/25/12 11:11 AM|
I understand the copyright laws and how they work. Im just trying to figure out how to stop getting more copyright strikes from the videos that are already upload to my channel. Im fine with deleting them, but if i dont have to and only need to make them private I will do that too. If it hasn't matched a third party content yet, what do I do in the scenario.
Im not asking for legal advice.
|Re: Copyright strike and saving my account||gbcali||4/25/12 12:07 PM|
Setting a video to "private" does NOT protect you from getting a copyright strike if the content is infringing – the Content-ID system can "see" private videos.
|Re: Copyright strike and saving my account||chaase||4/25/12 1:01 PM|
Thanks! So what does it mean when a video has a third party content match? If an artist/label has given me email approval to upload the song, what does this third party match mean then?
|Re: Copyright strike and saving my account||gbcali||4/25/12 1:38 PM|
>what does it mean when a video has a third party content match?It means the Content-ID system has matched content in your upload to content enrolled in the system. Be aware that the Content-ID system occasionally makes mistakes and generates false matches. Also be aware that there are some entities that have enrolled material into the Content-ID system that they don't have the rights to.
|Re: Copyright strike and saving my account||chaase||4/25/12 9:32 PM|
If it it matching content, does that mean I cant have it uploaded? I sometimes hit "i acknowledge" or I submit the email through the dispute process. After I sent the email through the dispute process it said "Dispute rejected, claim has been reinstated."
And for the video I do have artist consent. So what is the point of third party content matching even if you have artist consent?