MorningLightMusic was referring to the proliferation of top tier music libraries that are now tracking their composer’s material as standard on YouTube. Just by visiting the AdRev site, it’s possible to see a couple of these libraries that have now chosen to partner with AdRev, as acting administrators. The point being, even users of the most premium, licensable music available, are now required to show proof of licensing, when using the music on YouTube.
Thanks for clearing that up! Didn’t mean to confuse!
Got it. Thanks, guys!
YouTube are getting very strict with this now, so users are now having to show proof of authorization on third party material as standard (regardless of where they got their music from) if they want claims removed or wish to monetize their channel. Things have changed greatly in just the last year or so, and that’s just how YouTube is operating these days. No way around it.
So it’s not just the royalty free stuff getting tagged. It’s all third-party material.
Not sure if I’m misunderstanding something here. Am I to understand that now YouTube is moving to flag any and all videos using third-party music (which I assume means non-YouTube library music) to prove licensing rights, including those music tracks not even registered with Content-ID services like AdRev?
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Big congrats, O! Enjoy the grand milestone
I’m curious whether tables will simply shrink-to-fit, so that the whole table is visible? Or will it be truncated so that whatever doesn’t fit in the screen is missing off to the left?
I’m asking because many of us at AudioJungle have these tables set up for our custom portfolio search/collection systems. It would be great if those tables would simply shrink down to fit smaller screens.
Hey, congrats to the winners! It was a fun contest with lots of great submissions
Great design! Where can I get a room like that?