Music Vine launches AutoClear to automatically clear YouTube copyright claims.
When it comes to generating advertising revenue on your YouTube channel, copyright claims can stop cashing in. Music Vine has launched AutoClear, a new feature that automatically detects and approves YouTube copyright claims from your uploaded videos. Let’s check it out.
- AutoClear provides an essential solution to the growing problem of YouTube copyright claims and video content monetization
- Customers have the double option of whitelisting their YouTube channel and using AutoClear codes to automatically delete claims on additional channels
- Helps thousands of YouTubers frustrated with the process of manually challenging copyright claims on music on YouTube
- AutoClear is already available to many of Music Vine’s most popular artists, with more to be added to the prestigious catalog soon
When activated, AutoClear automatically detects copyright claims on YouTube and releases them within 15 minutes of a video being published. Music Vine suggests that the feature will help YouTubers defeat YouTube claims without having to do it manually.
Lewis Foster, Music Vine CEO, said in a statement, “Copyright claims are normal when most of the music on YouTube is used. They offer artists the ability to protect their tracks from unlawful use, which is vital. However, YouTube’s system and dispute settlement process are often not ideal for content creators. Our new AutoClear feature is designed to provide a better solution for everyone by eliminating copyright concerns for our customers while ensuring that our artists’ music is safe from property fraud and unlawful use.
AutoClear is said to be made available to the entire Music Vine library, but it doesn’t cover everything right now, so users still have to challenge some claims manually. The company has already made it available for its most popular tracks and artists. Here are more companies adding a similar feature.
Visit Music Vine to Learn more about AutoClear.