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Adsense with movies on YT? How's he do it?!

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by ForceFed54, Oct 23, 2013.

  1. ForceFed54

    ForceFed54 Junior Member

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    Was randomly looking up the ninja turtles for my nephew on youtube and found the full original movie. It was uploaded 11 months ago, is at over 800k views and is monetized with adsense. I can't understand how hes managing to not get his account banned or even keep these videos alive on YT. Anyone use this method and not get hit with the ban hammer?

    Video can be seen here. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mwkuo7mG9wU
     
  2. ephox

    ephox Registered Member

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    what about licenses
     
  3. techmanownz

    techmanownz Newbie

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    Maybe the film is so old that YouTube is allowing it, or the producers haven't reported it to YouTube.
     
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    Well just because he has ads there is doesn't mean its the guys who uploaded the video . Sometimes when i have copyrighted music in my videos they just put ads on it and take all the revenue .
     
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    Sweet, movie sorted for tonight
     
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    Flex1 Regular Member Premium Member

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    Hell yeah, I was thinking that exact same thing.
     
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    rowebil Regular Member

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    If YouTube finds the content similar to another channel or related to an artist/producer, they will display relevant ads with the producers AdSense account - not the uploaders. So they say "Okay, allow them to use my music, but give me all the revenue" and it becomes a major stream of revenue for some artists/producers.
     
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    That indeed can be the reason. But not necessarily. Sometimes it's possible to monetize tv shows or movies. The legal owner of the music, tv shows, movies or whatever has to inform Youtube that he is the owner. Some smaller companies might not know that and this is why somebody can monetize their stuff. But they still can claim the copyright at anytime.
    Or when it comes to an old movie, maybe the company does not exist anymore.
     
  10. vt2011

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    it is tough to use movie niche without to be banned
     
  11. Paradox21

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    thank you you just answered my question wihout knowing it
     
  12. Aquarius.

    Aquarius. Power Member

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    That thread sucks man, the OP is a jerk. Rotate 90º degrees? Who's going to want to watch that?

    I think one of the reasons that film hasn't been taking down is its shortened title "TMNT", which may fly under the radar unless you're specifically looking for it.
     
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    LOL, he is the person who started that thread. Agreed though.
     
  14. HaiiroNeko

    HaiiroNeko Power Member

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    It looks like it EMI claimed the copyright on the music in the movie, so I guess it´s them who monetize the video.

    This is the message that I see if I click the video from Germany:

    "Unfortunately, this EMI-music-content is not available in Germany because GEMA has not granted the respective music publishing rights."