Quite often I take a GoPro / iPhone and record fragments of a music performance.
Quite often I upload the content to YouTube.
Quite often I receive following message:
The copyright holder, which uses Content ID, submitted a claim to the content of your movie.
For now it is only notification Do not worry. That does not mean trouble or affect the standing of your account.
In your film, they see ads that generate revenue for the owner of the copyright or the copyright holder has received insight into the statistics of his views.
(I have Polish language settings so I used Google Translate to get the English version)
I would like to know if recording of a music performance - that includes:
- and some music in the background (that is subject to copyright)
Is a fair / allowed / legal use? If yes, I should initiate an objection procedure
If there are no problems, you do not need to do anything. There is no need to remove the film.
There is a procedure to lodge an objection, which you can use if something goes wrong and the copyright holder or we make a mistake. Use it only in cases when you are sure that you have the right to use all content in his film.
(again Google Translate)
I'm actually not sure, that's why I'm asking...