Partner A And Partner B Share Ownership Of An Asset (In Different Territories). If Partner A Releases A Claim On A Video, What Happens? The claim is released for both Partner A and Partner B. The claim is routed to Partner B to confirm the release. Partner A’s ownership is removed from the asset. Partner A’s policy is… Read More »
In Reviewing Your Disputed Claims, You Realize You Uploaded A 10-Minute Reference File Of Your News Program That Contains A 1-Minute Clip From A Third Party. How Can You Fix This, If The Claim Results From The Embedded Clip? Release claim, but don’t exclude the segment from your reference. Deactivate the reference file to prevent future Content ID… Read More »
Which Policy Is Applied In A Multi-Claim Scenario When Partners Have Different Match Policies? YouTube applies the most restrictive policy to the claimed video YouTube applies the least restrictive policy to the claimed video YouTube applies no policy to the claimed video YouTube always applies the Track policy to the claimed video
Which Of The Following Types Of Content Should Never Be Enabled For Content ID Matching? Original content Acoustic music Dubbed content Public domain
You Hold The Rights To A 15-Minute Celebrity Interview. You’re Fine If Fans Upload A Clip, Provided That Their Video Also Contains Other Content Longer Than Your Clip. What Custom Policy Would Achieve This Goal? Block if user video match amount >50%, Monetize if user video match amount <50%. Block if user video match amount =50%. Block if… Read More »
What Is A Negative Consequence Of An Asset Ownership Conflict? You won’t have access to YouTube Analytics for this asset The asset won’t be used for Content ID matching Your partner manager will contact you to resolve it Active monetization claims may be postponed
Which Statement Best Describes The Revenue Report? In YouTube Analytics, it contains information on how different ad types are performing over time relative to one another. A downloadable report that contains information on how assets are performing over time relative to one another. In YouTube Analytics, it contains information on the three major revenue streams for all content… Read More »
Which Is A Primary Metric Used By Many Content Owners Use To Determine Revenue Distribution To Creators? Number of user-uploaded videos. Rate of new channel subscribers. Audience demographics. Revenue earned by assets.
A Video With An Increase In Views Shows No Corresponding Rise In Revenue; Why Might This Happen? The video could be claimed by multiple assets. The video could be in conflict. The video could be claimed by another owner. The views might be coming from different devices or countries.
Who Might Receive Payments By Content Owners? Content creators who are members of a network, or working with organization that manage their revenue. Content creators who collaborate with other channels. Only enterprise-level content creators. Channel managers who participate in brand collaborations.