YouTube has introduced a bunch of new tools for the purpose of tackling copyright issues and claims. The company has always been too strict with copyright claims, because of which content creators on its platform often face problems such as their content being taken down or monetization being removed from it, preventing them from generating revenue.
Now with 3 new tools, YouTube is apparently making it easier for both copyright holders and content creators to deal with copyright issues.
One of the tools is offering adjustable endpoints that can be used to trim audio or other form of media resulting in copyright claims. Removing the problematic chunk would prevent copyright violation, and so YouTube won’t remove the entire video.
Secondly, as a content creator you will also be given the options to add or modify audio in your videos. This means that you can easily replace a copyrighted audio and once again, save your entire video from being taken down.
Lastly, YouTube is providing access to an Improved Library consisting of countless audio tracks without any copyright concerns, that creators can choose from for their content.
Altogether, it seems like YouTube will be able to make its content creator community happier by offering them more freedom while dealing with copyright content.