07-01-2017 06:49 PM
I used a music clip from Quik (GoPro) for a video I created their software after upload to Youtube I received a email from Youtube saying someone had made a claim of copyright ownership of the music I had used via Quik.
I sometime wonder if it's Gopro trying to get people to pay a monthly fee to use Quik, which you get alot more misic clips to use.
Or Youtube is not checking to find out who really owns the copyright.
07-01-2017 09:35 PM
With the problems I have had with Quik music list and Youtube I have it easier to use Royalty Free Music as I have never had any trouble, as long as I give a knowledge the creator of the music on the video via a credit or within the description within a attachment to a email
07-07-2017 09:01 AM
Yep, I've encountered the same exact issue. Copyright claim for the music used from GoPro Quik. If I have to deal with this when uploading a simple homemade video, I'll just stop using the app completely and they can forget about getting a PLUS subscription or w/e for the extended music library if you have to fight copyright claims all the time. No thanks.
07-07-2017 11:40 AM
You don't have to "fight" anything.
07-07-2017 08:13 PM
Heres what I have tried editing a video using Quik then saved to documents after that open in Studio or if you have other editing software mute the music and replace with some from you favourite free music site.
Have you noticed you have to use the music provide, when using Quik I believe in been fair and been given a free choice to use or not to use.
07-07-2017 08:37 PM