For those of you who stream Ashes and get revenue from Ads, you will want to make sure the music is no longer playing.
While I was able to upload over 40 videos without incident, the last 2 videos I uploaded have been hit by Content ID.
Here are the details of one video hit.
You don't have to do anything related to this. It's just informing you that we're monetizing use of our soundtrack via YouTube. I don't know why YouTube presents it in such a draconian manner, but you're free and clear.
I didn´t get a stirke just the information E-mail, that you get money or staistic information about my viewer. However in my youtube channel I can see, that i can´t monetizing the mentioned videos any more due to copy right.
We've addressed the issue and you can disregard any notices you get.
You guys are very cool for putting in the legwork on that. Most companies wouldn't even look twice.
You failed to understand the meaning of my post.
Yes, there are no copyright strikes. However, the point of my post was to inform other YouTubers that if they wish to Monetize their videos then they need to remove the music.
To increase your understanding of this matter; YouTubers like to know whether they are able to Monetize their Content or not, without having to worry about Content ID coming along and taking money away from their trans formative works. Given that this is a new change, in which Stardock did not consider to inform the community before activating is disheartening, especially since I am just listening to the music whilst playing the game and talking over it. It's not like I decided to upload the Soundtrack on its own.
Using Content ID to monetize videos with your soundtrack was obviously something in the pipeline from the start, a fair warning would have been appreciated by all content creators.
You have a right to protect your work, but if you want content creators to showcase your work then you also need to set clear boundaries which will help those of us hoping to make money from being a content creator, work within those boundaries. Without having to worry that down the line their source of revenue will be cut.
and its not just the music its all gamessounds/gameeffects. I uploaded a video without music and I get this information due to the sound after you click on a substrate unit.
The changes can take up to 30 days to take effect on YouTube, so for the time being you can just disregard any notices you receive. It is not going to affect monetization.
Just wanted to jump in to let you know that
1. Ashes of the Singularity isn't the only game affected. Received Claims for GalCiv3
2. As of 7.9.2016 new claims are still risen.
Please see my reply above.
Im not quite sure I follow. Basically, to my knowledge and understanding, Content ID does affect monetization, When a video is identified by Content ID it takes monetization away from the content creator and gives it to the copyright holder, as per identified in my original post and in Kordanor's.
Having said that, I'll wait 30 days to see how it will or not affect monetization.
Thanks for the feedback.
@centaurianmudpig: From what I remember the money is now getting "on hold" before it's actually channeled to the Claimant.
That said, I received an update today, that the claims were already withdrawn.
Hi I also got a Copy right claim today for Gal Civ 3 again this is just a let's play with me talking over it, is it my understanding by your comments I just need to leave it for 30 days and it will be sorted out on it's own? (So I don't have to actually do any thing on my part) or do I have to dispute it to get it sorted through youtube etc?
Just wanted to check to make sure is all thanks again in advance
There is nothing to dispute, and none of this affects monetization on your channels.
As Yarlen said, the original notice was just letting people know that our soundtracks were being monetized. The notices on YouTube made some people think they were getting copyright takedowns and it was blow way out of proportion.
This was simply a notice. There was never a strike on a channel, or a takedown needed.
We've made changes and the notices should be withdrawn, but it can take time for them to process through YouTube. Otherwise, just disregard them as they won't affect your channel.
Sorry for the confusion this has caused.
Okay thanks for the infro like I said I just wanted to be sure it was a bit confusing etc thanks again for replying and letting me know plus everyone esle who reads it
Thanks once more I really appreciate it
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