Beginning in June, YouTube will expand how Content ID works and begin scanning new content more thoroughly for use of third party content in your videos. This may result in more copyright claims being placed on your videos if you use other people’s copyrighted content in your videos. Continue reading for how this may effect your YouTube channel.
If you use music in your YouTube videos, chances are you’ve received at least one copyright claim in the past. YouTube can automatically detect the music you used in your video, and the owner of that music gets to decide the fate of your video. While these copyright claims don’t always have a negative impact on your channel, they do mean that you can’t earn money from that video and sometimes it can put your channel at risk of receiving a strike.