YouTube verifies the copyright during the download process
YouTube verifies the copyright during the download process

YouTube is launching a new tool called "Check" which will first notify content producers when their videos contain copyrighted material and adhere to advertising guidelines to simplify video uploading and ad revenue.

Before the verifications started, the creators uploaded their videos to YouTube and hoped everything went well.

This new feature could display downloads of copyrighted content, which could cause copyright owners to remove ads or claim ad revenue from them, and it could also indicate whether the video violates advertising policies.

YouTube aims to reduce the number of yellow icons that creators see next to videos. The yellow dollar sign indicates that ad revenue has been withheld due to copyright issues or user manuals.

This new system is based on the content identifier. If YouTube's copyright identification system detects violations after digitizing a video, then the copyright holder's policy will be automatically applied to the video.

This could lead to the video being completely blocked or being exploited by the copyright holder.

If the content ID matches the video content by the creator with other copyright owners, the YouTube user who uploaded the above video will receive a verification notice to find a way to get that portion of the video as quickly as possible for removal.

This means that a video can generate revenue the second time it uploads without creating a dispute over claims that can affect the creator's total ad revenue.

If a copyright notice is found but the creator does not believe they have made a mistake, the creator can object to the claim before publishing.

Since it takes several days to process a complaint, YouTubers can wait for a dispute to be resolved before publishing or posting the video while awaiting the final outcome.

If the dispute determines that the creator of the content is not using copyrighted content, then the advertising revenue generated during that period will be paid to the person mentioned above, and if the dispute determines that the copyright creator is right, then the advertising revenue will go to him.

YouTube tries to make it easier for creators to find and discuss disputes.

This is part of the company's ongoing effort to ensure that creators can monetize the video as quickly as possible.

There are other ways, including asking content creators to understand how post-publish metadata and changing tags affects sales.

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