Have you come across footage in another YouTuber’s video that you’d like to include in your own work? If so, it’s time for some editing! Try our powerful and easy-to-use Movavi Video Editor 15: https://bit.ly/2DtvVFj
Many YouTube users want to know how they should handle uploading someone else’s videos to their channels. In today’s episode, the Movavi Vlog will explain how to legally use materials from other YouTube channels and avoid getting a copyright strike.
Understanding metadata management is essential for promoting your videos on YouTube. Here in the Movavi Vlog is a helpful video on how to make sure you appear on the first page of YouTube searches: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ifMLw4vk-I
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Learn more about copyright on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/intl/en-GB/yt/about/copyright/#support-and-troubleshooting
YouTube protects users’ copyright, but what if you really want to include someone else’s content in your video?
Among YouTubers, there is some widespread misunderstanding about the legal use of other users’ content. But the reality is that the copyright owner can still claim rights over your video, even if you’ve stated you are not the author of some parts of the video, given credit to the owner of the copyrighted work, switched off the monetization of the video, purchased the content on iTunes, CD, or DVD, or captured the content yourself from TV, radio, or a movie.
The simplest way to get permission to use copyrighted content is to reach out to the creator via message and ask them for permission to use their material. If you have no way to contact the copyright owner, review YouTube’s fair use guidelines carefully:
➤ Use only very small segments of the original video (15 seconds, for example)
➤ Make sure your work is in some way transformative (translation, review, etc)
➤ If the segment of video you want to use contains commonly known facts, you can use it
➤ The copyright owner should not lose money because of your video
The Creative Commons license, the second type of license YouTube supports, lets other creators use part or all of any materials uploaded under the terms of this type of license.
Check out the license used by the video you need. You’ve seen the Creative Commons note? You can use the contents of this type of video freely! You should note the title or description, the copyright owner’s name or nickname, information about any changes you’ve made to the original content, and insert a link to the text of the Creative Commons license into your video. If you are not able to include each point in your title or description, you can just add a link to the original video or any source that contains the required information.
Here are some more videos from the Movavi Vlog archive:
No idea what video format to use for uploading to YouTube? Learn how to upload YouTube videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcXi4UwwyKY
One of the most popular ways to use someone else’s video on your channel is to translate or dub it. Check out our tutorial on how to dub videos at home: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOhO9fV6g7E
Sometimes you may need to add commentary to someone else’s video. To make your explanation more clear, use the “Picture in picture” method: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLpFCNymMXM
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