I got a mail from youtube that i have to show documentation that i payed the right amount for every music file i used on the site. I’m really confused about this since it applies to maybe a fourth of my video’s but these are the most viewed etc..
Anyone that has experience about this that could shed some light on the issue? I’m really confused what i am suppose to send them as proof.
In my experience on Youtube messages like these require you to take no action, if the music is copyrighted and is an issue, Youtube will take it down, otherwise the audio might be automatically disabled or not available in some countries. I wouldn’t worry about it.
I know about that one but this is a mail that excludes me from making revenue on my video’s because there is doubt that i don’t have the appropriate licenses for the music.. I purchased/used them from audiojungle and i note them all in the description as well.. so i’m a bit confused.
Since you have purchased those files from Audiojungle you can simply go to your e-mail and look up those purchase confirmation mails from Envato. Each of them has a link called Licence Certificate, it’s a downloadable txt file which contains all the purchase info and shows that you own rights to use the song in your video Just send them to Youtube and they should be pleased.
Guess thats the only thing i can do then, thanks. I was aware that i had these text files but it doesn’t say what amount i paid etc, since they where asking for those details what i found really odd i figured id ask the vets around here for a alternative solution maybe. It might also be that i use the watermarked version for most of the project to protect the audiojungle authors from rips etc. Thanks again.
at the same time they promote on youtube frontpage people that makes money with stuff that they never paid for. Like just stealing other people videos and making funny faces.