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    I did a video of John Hiatt's song "when New Your had her heart broke and it got flagged
    as not advert friendly. Even though I thought since 9/11 should be remembered Youtube
    thought otherwise. Out of sight out of mind.
    Strange this is that I did two versions. Just a straight version playing the Uke and singing
    and that was not flagged where as the same song with images of people in distress and
    the devastation was the one that got flagged. What are your thoughts???

    Youtube policies for advert friendly videos

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    Quote Originally Posted by wee_ginga_yin View Post
    I did a video of John Hiatt's song "when New Your had her heart broke and it got flagged
    as not advert friendly. Even though I thought since 9/11 should be remembered Youtube
    thought otherwise. Out of sight out of mind.
    Strange this is that I did two versions. Just a straight version playing the Uke and singing
    and that was not flagged where as the same song with images of people in distress and
    the devastation was the one that got flagged. What are your thoughts???

    Youtube policies for advert friendly videos
    None of my videos are made for advertising purposes, so it doesn't bother me, but I can see that they are trying to safe guard themselves against legal action, & unless you are advertising something, they don't count for your videos either.

    Probably what they meant to say is that they can't make money by running adverts next to your video.
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    Quote Originally Posted by uke1950 View Post
    Probably what they meant to say is that they can't make money by running adverts next to your video.
    That was my interpretation.

    What were the consequences of the song being flagged up?
    Last edited by Tootler; 09-14-2017 at 06:56 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tootler View Post
    That was my interpretation.

    What were the consequences of the song being flagged up?
    If you have monetised a video then there is a little green $ dollar sign next to it
    and if it is not advertiser friendly then the dollar sign $ is yellow.
    other than that I don't see any penalties
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    I can empathize with the frustration of all the rapidly changing functions of YouTube.

    Google is the 800 pound gorilla of the internet, and has near-zero accountability to anyone other than the shareholders and the S.E.C....

    We are like rats in a cage as far as they are concerned, like in a Skinner box, and they are testing us with their experiments and profiling our behavior 'for science' LOL...

    All of my videos are 'unlisted' and either available only via UU forum posts, OR in a Playlist on my channel, but NOT listed at all under the VIDEOS section of my channel...thus far I have had no copyright claims this way, nor any other issues with my Seasons or other cover tune videos.

    The ONE time I had a Copyright claim, was when I made a video of the record 3 ft winter snowfall overnight a few yrs back, and used Sting's song 'The Snow It Melts The Soonest'. The video was only about 1 minute long, and the audio was silenced by YouTube, so I just deleted it from my channel, re-edited it to replace the audio clip with some of the canned background tracks from Garageband and the posted it to my YT channel, and after that never thought of it...

    There was some message from YT that I had to allow monetization of that original 'offending/silenced' video, and also accept some kind of 'artist licensing referral' or something to that effect...

    Not that I mind Sting getting paid a half-pence every time the video would have been played, but I'd just as soon stay under the radar.

    Would that I could, not use YT at all, but folks have issues playing videos that are NOT on YT, no matter how you export/encode them and present them on a standard HTML web page.

    So, I have come to accept the suffering that YT brings as a 'feature' of the overall experience.

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    You could have sung The Snow it Melts the Soonest yourself. It's traditional and in the public domain - and it's a lovely song

    If I use still photos on a video of music I've recorded I normally use my own photos or I make sure their licensed under a Creative Commons licence. Similarly, if I add background music to a non music video, I record it myself. That way I avoid these kind of issues. I know people have had copyright strikes on background material in their videos.
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    at least, not yet.

    I also play some blowy things and a squeezy thing

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    was amazed at this kids cover of Songbird. Enjoy as I did!

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