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YouTube Starts Checking for Copyright Violations as Videos Upload

YouTube Starts Checking for Copyright Violations as Videos Upload

Copyright Violations - It is in the best interests of both YouTube and each user to ensure that any videos posted to the service do not contain any copyright infringement. YouTube also added a new phase to the video upload process to make this easier to decide.
YouTube Starts Checking for Copyright Violations as Videos Upload
As the tweet below shows, YouTube now performs "Checks" when you begin the video upload progress. It's described as "We'll check your video for any copyright issues that may restrict its visibility. You'll have the opportunity to fix any issues before publishing your video." It's then followed by a Copyright heading where violations will be listed, or "No issues found" appears if the video requires no further work.
This is a good step for YouTube uploaders as it can highlight violations they either missed as part of the editing process, or simply didn't realize counted as a copyright infringement. For regular video uploaders, it will double as an education tool for what can be used without fear of having visibility restricted.
YouTube tests copyright checks during upload to stop you from getting your channel banned

YouTube is able to perform this quick copyright check thanks to its Content ID system, which uses digital fingerprinting to identify and manage copyright content. It won't catch all violations, and copyright holders can still flag videos once they are live, but it could drastically reduce the number of accidental violations making it into videos already available to watch on the platform. 

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