Youtube copyright strike

Anekay

Newbie
Jul 8, 2020
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OK I have 2videos on a yt channel but now I want to delete the videos from that channel and reupload those videos on that same channel would I get a copyright strike pls?
 
Just wondering why do you want to do that? :anyway:

Your copy strike wont go if you delete the video.
Also if you reupload the same video, then you might get another copy strike...

Anyway, you can use video spin blaster to spin the video, so youtube will think its a new video.
 
Not sure if I understand you correctly. Did the videos you currently have get striked?

If they did, then reuploading them obviously is likely gonna result in another strike. If they didn't, then no. But you will have to make sure to first delete the old videos and then reupload them. Otherwise they won't be available due to duplicated content.

Why would you wanna reupload them anyways?
 
Human/organization who sent that copyright infringement to YouTube staff (and it caused by official strike) can withdraw that strike. Find who sent it and write to him with kindly apologies (of course after deleting video) - it can help.
 
If you're going to upload your own videos - ofc not you won't get any copyright strike.
If you're using someone else's video - ofc you'll get a copyright strike if youtube system finds it out or manually someone does.
 
If you're going to upload your own videos - ofc not you won't get any copyright strike.
If you're using someone else's video - ofc you'll get a copyright strike if youtube system finds it out or manually someone does.
Bullshit, tons of people get copyright strikes on their own videos. I even saw someone complain some guy took *his* videos, uploaded them and striked original creator.
 
Bullshit, tons of people get copyright strikes on their own videos. I even saw someone complain some guy took *his* videos, uploaded them and striked original creator.

Bullshit? This is the basic fact. If someone takes my video and uploads them, pretty much a counter-copyright or a post on the YouTube support if they strike on 3 videos, should be able to bring it back on most cases.
 
Bullshit? This is the basic fact. If someone takes my video and uploads them, pretty much a counter-copyright or a post on the YouTube support if they strike on 3 videos, should be able to bring it back on most cases.
You mean you write to yt support if they do a fake strike? Where do you write, there's no contact info?
 
You mean you write to yt support if they do a fake strike? Where do you write, there's no contact info?
Actually you leave it and tell them that you will settle this in court, not only shouldn't you be scared of consequences, but you uploaded it earlier and got the dates right, he cannot lie his way out. If you're a small youtuber ofc you will be scared of it, but fk me just defend yourself, yes youtube is got worse over the years with their copyright system and abusiveness, but why would you step down? Especially if it is your content, you have nothing to be scared of, but they should, you could also use social media platforms to make it public with a small video of 15 to 30 seconds. And no you cannot contact the support..but did you ever have a copyright strike? Did you ever do a countercopystrike?
Here are some basic informations: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/2814000?hl=en
 
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