6-1 What do 'AdRev for a third party' and 'Tracks for a third party' mean, and how are they related to the credit 'Nash Music Library' shown in YouTube's music credit section?
AdRev and Tracks are companies certified by Google for YouTube Content ID management. They register our tunes on Content ID on behalf of us, Nash Studio, to help us maintain control of the copyrights for the tracks from Nash Music Library. In rare cases, such credit notations may arise due to Content ID detection errors leading to a copyright notice. However, for a legitimate user, we can swiftly release such unintentional claims. Please contact us to resolve such issues if you are properly licensed for the use of our music.
- 6-1 What do 'AdRev for a third party' and 'Tracks for a third party' mean, and how are they related to the credit 'Nash Music Library' shown in YouTube's music credit section?
- 6-2 What is YouTube Content ID in the first place?
- 6-3 Do we need to request whitelisting of our YouTube channel beforehand when uploading a video with your music in the background to avoid receiving a copyright notice?
- 6-4 I got a Content ID claim from someone other than you. What should I do?
- 6-5 Do you possibly mute or block videos?
- 6-6 Why can you quickly release unintentional copyright claims when they occur?
- 6-7 Can you release any "AdRev for a 3rd Party" YouTube Content ID claims?
- 6-8 Why is it that your audio may get copyright notices on YouTube?
- 6-9 Should I file an objection, as instructed by YouTube, if your audio segment in my video gets a copyright notice?
- 6-10 Do you claim third-party uploaded videos such as gameplay videos, highlight clips, fan compilations, reaction videos, or other derivative works, even if they have been permitted by your licensees?
- 6-11 Does a public or unlisted video receive a copyright notice more frequently than a private one?