: Could you post the contents of the claim?
: In theory, the claim does NOT affect to your video, it's only that part of your incomes by ads will go to the IODA, then to Magnatune and finally to me. But I'd be happy to read that claim first!
: : : If you have claims from the IODA or The Orchard in your Youtube videos because of my music, just post here the URLs and I'll pass them to Magnatune in order to get the claims released.
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: : : The IODA maintains the rights of my music in the digital stores (iTunes, Google Play, Amazon) and they automatically send the claims to Youtube, without knowing that my music is licensed under the Creative Commons by-SA. But they remove the claims if the Magnatune staff tells them to do so. So post those URLs!
: : Hey Daniel i Just had a copyright claim against one of my videos for music that was used in a video game called dead pixels the song is: "god hates kittens" here's the link to the video: http://youtu.be/2j_Mf29QrT0
: : Anything you could do would be much appreciated, By the way the music is awesome
: : Regards afordy11
: this is the email youtube sent me:
Due to a copyright claim, you are no longer monetizing the following YouTube video. It is still playable on YouTube, but the copyright owner could choose to show ads on it.
Video title: Dead Pixels EP02: Salvation?
Copyrighted song: God Hates Kittens
Claimed by: IODA
Why this can happen
Your video might contain copyrighted content.
A copyright claim on a video can prevent you from monetizing it.
- The YouTube Team