Thứ Năm, 4 tháng 1, 2018

How can I do a reaction video without getting a copyright strike?

BY Mèo juna No comments

How can I do a reaction video without getting a copyright strike? Why do some people skip and cut the video while others don’t?
Your first problem is that the way most reaction videos are made, they are absolutely an illegal copyright infringement.

This whole things about skipping and cutting is an attempt to avoid being detected by YouTube’s upload scanner, Content ID. You are asking us how to circumvent detection, not how to do this legally.

Because legal use will probably still be flagged by Content ID, and then you have to appeal your copyright strike based on a Fair Use argument. But that argument might fail, since there is no legal requirement that YouTube display your content, even if it does qualify as fair use. After all, perfectly legal porn is banned on their website, as is some other content.

Fair use is only intended for reviews, criticism, parody (and other uses that aren’t applicable here: academic use, news reporting, etc.) Most “reaction videos” could possibly be reviews, but the people reacting aren’t actually reviewing, they are just reacting. Not the same thing.


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