DMCA site checker
Have a site to test if a particular audio file will be tagged for DMCA so streamers can check audios before playing them on stream
@Amiga600 you're right, i should be more polite in my criticism and i apologize for my gratuitous swearing. however, blatant ignorance is unfortunately my biggest pet peeve.
@Hoyter No need to be RUDE and BAD MANNERED about it
Quite Simple to avoid Copyright Strikes in one sentence:
DO NOT use Copyrighted Music - Simple isnt it?
If you really must use Music on your stream, then use No Copyright Sounds
I NEED THIS SITE BADLY FOR MY STREAM
It's a great suggestion because users sometimes unintentionally use music or other content, so it'd be very useful if we could use any tool or website to check for DMCA. I got a strike on my blog https://mnpcouriers.com/tracking/ even though I didn't post any copywrite content, so we should have to use any DMCA recognizer tool.
its a great suggestion because some time user uses music or other stuff unintentionally so it would be very useful if we use any tool or website to check for DMCA as i got a strike on my blog https://weldingheaven.com/ i didn't post any copy write stuff but i lost my asset so we should have to use any DMCA recognizer tool.
Not a good idea due to my songs being over looked cause it's not on the big music corporations like Amazon music Spotify ect mine are on bandlab and it get pretty hard to keep trying to appeal the music since it's clear they don't scan all sites for copyright free songs only the ones that copyright them my songs I made last year people copied them to a T and uploaded them to Spotify and Amazon music this year and the scanner picked those up but not mine so anyone can steal music copyright them on Spotify and Amazon music ect and get away with it but fun fact bandlab has a date they was made/uploaded
That would be pretty useful! I struggle a lot to know what music will get DMCA, I have a set playlist of musics I assume are not DMCA but a tool to easily check would be useful
@maxadrums Not for new copyright/DMCA claims, but the vast majority of DMCA/copyright tags, particularly for music/movies run on automated systems.
There is an argument that all music is DMCAable therefore this is moot, but along that line of logic, a site should be set up for valid music that is already under an umbrella contract with twitch.
That's unfortunately not really how DMCA and copyright works!