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    Art Munson
    Keymaster

    Hi Alan. Not sure I understand the question as AdRev and Identifyy basically do the same thing. Identifyy is better paying, in my experience. All of our tracks are in Identifyy, including RF.

    #41267 Reply
    Alan
    Participant

    Sorry, Art. I wasn’t clear. When I submitted tracks to RF sights in the past, I always marked NO to “YouTube Content ID Registered.” This was true at the time. I have recently registered everything with Indentifyy. Should I go back and change those to yes?

    I noticed some of the videos on my Identifyy report were blocked & I wondered if it was because I registered them with Identityy.

    #41268 Reply
    Art Munson
    Keymaster

    I didn’t go back and change NO to YES. Hasn’t been a problem. From what I understand Identifyy doesn’t issue copyright strikes but collects the royalties. I may have this wrong but so far so good. You might ask them about the block. Their tech support is quick.

    #41269 Reply
    Alan
    Participant

    I’m not really clear on YouTube copyright blocks, but I thought I read in The Identifyy agreement that they made it “easy” to get those cleared for legitimate licensers.

    Regardless, I have no plans to edit all my RF tracks unless I get complaints.

    #41273 Reply
    yzzman1
    Participant

    After you upload tracks with Indentifyy – how soon does the “YouTube Reports” tab show what it has tracked? Does it track in close to real time like TuneSat or does it post tracking results quarterly?

    #41274 Reply
    Art Munson
    Keymaster

    You see reports at the end of each month.

    #41527 Reply
    Alan
    Participant

    Has anyone seen the October report yet?

    #41528 Reply
    Art Munson
    Keymaster

    Not yet.

    #41532 Reply
    MichaelL
    Participant

    I thought that I read somewhere on Identity’s site that they don’t allow tracks that use loops and certain sample libraries, including BFD. I can’t find that reference again. I understand why loops and phrase-based samples would be a problem for ID, but not BFD. Anyone know if that’s correct?

    #41536 Reply
    Art Munson
    Keymaster

    https://www.identifyy.com/faq

    Sound recordings submitted should be original, unique, and distinct, and must not contain any open or unlicensed samples, sound effects, sound bites – or purchased beats, royalty-free music, or the like.

    Reads to me that it’s okay as long as licensed and not in the open.

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