How can I see who claimed my video?
Who claimed my video?
- Sign in to YouTube Studio.
- From the left menu, select Content.
- In the Restrictions column, if a video has a claim on it, it will be labeled Copyright claim.
- Find the video you want and hover over Copyright claim.
- Look under the Copyright owners section to find out who claimed the video.
Does copyright claim affect the video?
1 Minute Guide: Copyright Strikes A copyright strike WILL adversely affect your channel. The copyright holder can completely remove your video from YouTube. If you receive a copyright strike you won’t be able to monetize your videos. You also won’t be able to live stream from your account.
What to do if someone claims your video on YouTube?
Do nothing and let the claim expire: If the copyright owner doesn’t respond within 30 days, their claim on your video will expire, and you don’t need to do anything. If you had ads running on the claimed video, you may want to learn more about monetization during Content ID disputes.
How does a copyright claim work on YouTube?
A copyright claim is a demand by the original content owner that they get the ad revenue for that video, regardless of your current monetization status. You used their content without permission to do so.
What happens if you dispute a Content ID claim?
If you dispute a claim without a valid reason, the content owner may request a take down of your video. If we get a valid takedown request for your video, your account will get a copyright strike. Learn more about copyright strikes. You can also remove claimed content without having to upload a new video.
Where do I find Content ID claim on YouTube?
In the Restrictions column, if a video has a claim on it, it will be labeled Copyright claim. Hover over Copyright claim in the Restrictions column and click SEE DETAILS. Click the Down arrow to expand the claim details. Under the Content found during section, click the timestamp to play the segment claimed by Content ID.