tristan says: October 8, 2016 at 6:28 pm (Content ID also claims non-music content such as clips from TV shows or movies.) As content creators, using music in your YouTube videos can be a bit of a pain. Reply.

Then wait a week or so to be sure, because not all claims come in right away.

YouTube will follow whatever policy the rightsholder specifies per country, including whether to monetize.

The policy is currently active but won't be truly "ramping up" until mid-September, an official blog post says.

As I suggested in earlier posts, check out YouTube’s music policies directory and search for the songs you’d like to use in your sets to see how your video may be affected.

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It offers seven new and distinct lists that are grouped based on certain categories so that each of the seven is unique. The only way to know for sure is to make a simple throw-away video containing the audio and upload it as a private video.

One last thing to remember: music rightsholders may not be the same in all territories.

Cheers! YouTube Music, similar to direct competitor Spotify, will be available as both an ad-supported free service as well as part of an ad-free $9.99 per month subscription called YouTube Music Premium.

YouTube Music’s My Mix playlists are based on the same concept. Risking copyright infringement simply isn’t worth it, and you could lose your channel, and have a …