YouTube can now warn creators about copyright issues before videos are posted

YouTube can now warn creators about copyright issues before videos are posted




 Youtube has started rolling out a new tool which automatically checks the video  tells creators potential copyright  and ads suitablity restrictions before the video is published. 

As per The Verge this tool is called 'Check' and 
The new system is  reliant on Content ID. If YouTube’s copyright identification system finds a violation after a video is scanned, the rights holder’s policy will be automatically applied to the video, according to the company. This could result in either the video being blocked entirely or the rights holders monetizing the video instead.

But what happens if a copyright claim is found, but the creator doesn’t think they’re doing anything wrong? YouTube will allow creators to dispute the claim prior to publishing. Since claims take a few days to process, YouTubers can either choose to wait until the dispute is settled before publishing, or they can publish the video while waiting for the final result. If the dispute finds that the creator did not use copyrighted content, ad revenue earned during that time is paid out to said person. If the dispute finds the rights holder is correct, the ad revenue is paid out to them instead

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