(35:40)This is turning into Getting Lit while fighting Copyright Criminals.
(38:44)To remain neutral YT always gives the control freedom to who ever makes the copyright claim. They do this say they are on top of copyright laws. Whats worse they don't guve a Sh1t about their CC
Stop & Think
(38:57)Q: Is is possible to get someone from YoiuTube legal department to come on live with you?
(39:26)uum, did your LUT just disappear or is it my YT? @aaronparecki
(39:30)@ Aaron Parecki from time waisted it would be just better to collaborate with a composer and end all this.
(41:18)@Aaron Parecki time to do your own music again.
(43:13)@Aaron Parecki even if you hired the musician, own the copyright, vetted it, whitelisted it and then used it, you still run into the issue: example
(43:21)@Aaron Parecki Some of Streambeats songs got flagged for content-id, because ignorant TV network used their music and then claimed content-id against other content creators
(44:04)@Aaron Parecki I use some of them and I credit you for it.
(56:40)Q: does that stand work with the old yolo pro?
(57:40)@Aaron Parecki Streambeats did that .. it's just too easy to create a content-id claim without having the claimant to prove it
(57:46)A lawtuber I follow is dealing with a copyright issue because a Law YT channes is claiming copyright on court streams where they courts themselves have not granted copyright to any networks covering.
(58:06)interesting video from Rick Beato "How I Fixed My COPYRIGHT STRIKE Takedowns".
(58:14)Orchard is a true troll, did a search on YouTube for Orchard Music and looks like they have made false claims going back YEARS,...Search The Orchard Music False Copyright Claims - How To Deal
James F Carr
(58:28)@Emerald Audiovisual - yes, but there should be some minimum hurdle to initiate a copyright claim. And any revenue generated for a fraudulent claim should be recovered.
(59:14)For music, I now use YouTube's free music library and I have no more worries.
(59:36)@Aaron Parecki Isn't it possible to sue the people who have falsely claimed the copyright for damages? You or Artlist should be able to do this.
(1:00:31)Dora should've attended your livestream so she could've sat on your lap for calming
(1:00:58)Youtube was ignoring the rights of the music industry for years and rightfully got lots of stress for that.
(1:01:04)So to make up for this they implemented this mechanism which prefers to trust the copyright holders more
(1:01:10)If they hadn't offered this they probably would have been sued out of existence
James F Carr
(1:01:46)I've gotten copyright claims on original music from people who have no connection to the artist or publishers who represent them. Seems like copyright squatting.
(1:01:59)also: what was your weirdest claim ever? I've used really exotic instrument from freesound in my vid and they claimed me with music that consisted the exact same sample. dropped after grace period...
(1:02:42)I had an instance a year or so ago where a group claimed my video because of the music a friend of mine published. Disputed it and, eventually, they dropped the claim.
(1:03:01)I'm so cranky about this but I'm such a small channel that at most I'm losing like $.50 of ad revenue from these claims. I'm just cranky about it.
(1:04:08)Q If your channel isnt monetized do the strikes mean as much as if you monetize your site in the eyes of YouTube?
(1:05:33)@Aaron Parecki That's quite a pour! Four or five fingers?!
(1:19:34)Q: wait, so you mean you can dispute it before it is published?
(1:21:42)Q: I guess the idea is that an old "offline" song from years ago may just be registered as copyright owner today. Think about classic music from 30+ years ago being put online.
(1:23:41)@Aaron Parecki You can dispute it, but as Andy Mentioned none of those are visible for channels <1000 subs wich is totally dumb and useless in the first place
(1:24:31)@Aaron Parecki I constantly have people trying make copyrights claim against us playing Public Domain songs likely because they once performed a variation of that song and created a content-id.
(1:25:37)@Aaron Parecki My videos are unlisted recordings of lectures. Got a copyright claim once on a clip a lecturer used with permission. A documentary maker claimed it - they'd used the same clip.
(1:26:32)pre-1923 sound recordings are public domain
(1:26:40)@Aaron Parecki actually, there are cases where something from 100 years ago can STILL be copyrighted. As long as the original copyrights was extended.
(1:26:50)100 years recording is probably public domain, unless you're the Disney Corp,... ;^)
(1:27:02)@Aaron Parecki A little off-topic, but the same issue you are describing has plagued several "new" NFT offerings. If you think the law isn't fair to you, it is terrible for NFTs.
(1:28:07)@Rick Allen you almost turned this to be a 3 hours episode.
(1:28:14)shouldn't we then start to do MASSIVE campaign on using copyleft licenses for our works to emphasize we're sick of it all?
(1:29:17)I have a forthcoming video about Astrology-to-NFT pipeline coming out lol. 🤦🏻♀️
(1:29:50)Not a Q: just want to let you know that I did this first livestream yesterday, had 1.3K viewers, 2.8K instances and avg watchtime of 8 minutes for a 3.5 hr ice skating livestream.
(1:30:10)you should get a DAYS UNTIL I NEEDED TO RESTART MY STUDIO GEAR flip in one frame :)
(1:33:28)@Aaron Parecki places like Artlist and Streambeats take songs down, temporarily, that get too many flags, while they dealing with the false claims. It's just a good way, to limit issues.
(1:33:48)@Aaron Parecki Artist decided "not to poke the bear."
(1:33:52)@Aaron Parecki Streambeats still lists songs like that on Spotify, but with a stroke through the title and you can't play it.
(1:34:04)Q: Could / Should you move the claimed videos to unlisted temporarily so they don’t have money out of this ?
(1:36:57)@Aaron Parecki no, it's not a copyright thing. The artist can temporarily suspend a song on Spotify
(1:37:15)Q: I still thinks you went back in time with the DeLorean and published the video :D
(1:37:25)@Eric Likness no point in getting more users in trouble and create a spike in support requests.
(1:37:40)if you won't end a stream then they'll won't launch their bots against you. so for live only channels maybe we should never end and play placeholders between weekly shows? :)
(1:38:17)will you have time near the end to answer none copyright issues but more like OBS audio related? Don't want to hijack the topic right now.
Allie @ FDX Production Services
(1:38:33)(have you changed your audio setup recently? needs an extra two frames of delay)
(1:38:58)@Aaron Parecki you are not poking a bear....you are poking a fox.
(1:39:04)@Andy Asquelt that only works, until you get a power outage
(1:40:04)@Aaron Parecki Interesting quick review of Orchard Music https://support.google.com/youtube/thread/16456741/the-orchard-music-is-claiming-copyright-on-my-own-songs-and-contesting-everyting?hl=en
(1:40:25)@Aaron Parecki Interesting quick review of Orchard Music https://support.google.com/youtube/thread/16456741/the-orchard-music-is-claiming-copyright-on-my-own-songs-and-contesting-everyting?hl=en
(1:41:37)Really how can you call it fair when you get a warning from a live Stream you Delete the Video tehn you can not contest it cause you deleted the Video can you please do a stream on that someday
(1:42:11)Youtube needs to do a full embargo, ban on Orchard Music for all Alphabet platforms. PERIOD!
(1:42:45)Maybe we can get you to produce YouTube shorts for all of our channels. All with the same music.
(1:44:18)There should be a class action against Orchard.