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Copyrights in youtube video!

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by writingismypassion, May 25, 2016.

  1. writingismypassion

    writingismypassion BANNED BANNED

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    Hello
    Suppose if i someone use images or music in youtube video without taking there permission.
    Would it result in banning of my youtube account or youtube will notify me to remove such video from my channel.?
    I am new in youtube
     
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  2. ConorMcGregor

    ConorMcGregor Registered Member

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    For audio ownership - most of the time, your video will be muted.

    For video ownership (based on my experience):

    A) If the owner is also monitizing that content, they won't remove that away from your channel. It will just keep on displaying ads, but the earnings would be for them.

    B) In some instances, you'll receive a copyright strike. If you reached 3 strikes due to this, your account will be terminated / banned from YouTube
     
  3. Bahmer

    Bahmer Regular Member

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    I had a quite successful video ranking in a low-mid comp sports niche- I wasn't trying to monitize it I just liked the fact that it was ranking for that term. It was a good video and has 2+k real views and likes. I had the song 'Just a Friend' by Biz Markie on it, the video got muted so I put some of that generic shitty youtube music on it for a while, then I changed it back to Biz Markie song and then like a month later youtube deleted it. So, now I know not to use Biz Markie music in my sports videos.
     
  4. belarminito11

    belarminito11 Junior Member

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    It's easy, simply use original content or licensed for YouTube monetization. There are tons of royalty-free music out there. If you get a strike or Content ID match it's 99% your fault. 1% is a false match.