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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.
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.
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.
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.yzzman1Participant
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?
You see reports at the end of each month.
Has anyone seen the October report yet?
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?
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.angopopParticipant
Didn’t some libraries (Like AS) have clauses stating that one couldn’t use a service like AdRev or Identifyy? Has that changed?
May be (I’m only on Radiosparx now) but we are in a different world now and I think most would agree we should be protecting our content. I haven’t had any issues with Identifyy or Adrev issuing copyright strikes. They are mainly collecting royalties and distributing.angopopParticipant
I didn’t know you could move your songs off the other AS platforms and keep them only on Radiosparx… Will look into Identifyy..odie76Participant
A library registered some of my (non-exclusive) tracks with YouTube Content ID. I emailed them a couple of years ago asking them if I could have these tracks removed from the Content ID system, but they didn’t reply, and I didn’t follow up on that. Should I try again to get those tracks removed before signing up with Identifyy?
I would get those removed first or don’t submit those particular ones to Identifyy until you get them removed by the library.