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Lizensierte Musik aus QuikApp bei Youtube oder facebook

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Hallo,

 

wenn ich ein Video aus der mobilen QuikApp mit Effekten und insbesondere der dort auswählbaren Musik bei Youtube oder Facebook hochladen möchte, bekomme ich dann irgendwelche Lizenzprobleme? Ich habe ein normales Youtube-Konto und nutze es nicht kommerziell. Ich möchte lediglich ein paar Videos von meinen Radtouren oder vom Skifahren etc. zeigen.

 

Danke und Gruß

 

Chris


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Re: Lizensierte Musik aus QuikApp bei Youtube oder facebook

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Hi @chrisno23 

 

If you are using songs from Quik's music library in your personal videos:  
We pay copyrights so that our users can have those songs in their personal videos.However be aware that if you share the video on social networks, it may not be that simple since Facebook / YouTube / Instagram don't support individual licenses.

Facebook / Instagram:
Those platforms have a binary way to detect copyright materials: if you upload your video and used a copyrighted music that they have on their list (even if it's from Quik, even if you've bought it) then Instagram will take down your video and Facebook will partially mute it. 
> You can appeal to get your video back - only if you are using Quik's musics. 

YouTube:
Here it's a bit different. They do not take down your video but they put ads on it. The way the Quik music agreements are set up, the music rightsholders are able to claim and monetize on the backend on user generated content, they just can't block or take down. There's nothing to be done on user side. 
Users aren't able to monetize or make content commercially available using music from Quik. 

 

All in all, as long as you are using Quik's music, you're ok :) 

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GoPro
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Re: Lizensierte Musik aus QuikApp bei Youtube oder facebook

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Hi @chrisno23 

 

If you are using songs from Quik's music library in your personal videos:  
We pay copyrights so that our users can have those songs in their personal videos.However be aware that if you share the video on social networks, it may not be that simple since Facebook / YouTube / Instagram don't support individual licenses.

Facebook / Instagram:
Those platforms have a binary way to detect copyright materials: if you upload your video and used a copyrighted music that they have on their list (even if it's from Quik, even if you've bought it) then Instagram will take down your video and Facebook will partially mute it. 
> You can appeal to get your video back - only if you are using Quik's musics. 

YouTube:
Here it's a bit different. They do not take down your video but they put ads on it. The way the Quik music agreements are set up, the music rightsholders are able to claim and monetize on the backend on user generated content, they just can't block or take down. There's nothing to be done on user side. 
Users aren't able to monetize or make content commercially available using music from Quik. 

 

All in all, as long as you are using Quik's music, you're ok :) 

Tourist
Posts: 3

Re: Lizensierte Musik aus QuikApp bei Youtube oder facebook

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Hallo,

 

Danke für die schnelle Antwort.

 

Verstehe ich es richtig, dass ich ein mit der Quik-App erstelltes Video mit Musik aus der Quik-App bei Youtube hochladen kann, weil GoPro dies für mich als Nutzer bereits lizensiert hat. Und wenn Youtube Urheberrechtshinweise gibt, dass ich mich darauf berufen kann, dass ich nur die von GoPro für mich als User lizensierte Musik aus der App verwende.

 

Danke und Gruß

 

Chris

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Re: Lizensierte Musik aus QuikApp bei Youtube oder facebook

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@chrisno23 
Yes you can use Quik music on your video edting and you can post it on Youtube. You could receive a notice from YouTube saying that the music is copyrighted and YouTube could add advertisement on your video, however they cannot take down your video - so there's no action on your part required.

On Instagram, they can take down the video, you can appeal saying you have the rights to use the music and ask for the video to be put back. 
On Facebook, they may mute your video, you can appeal saying you have the rights and they will put back the audio.

 

Hope it helps.