Seeking Advice Audio and Video review advice

Stefs

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Hi, i buy tablet.
And i want to do review. So i like to put some songs and videos to test quality.
But, how to do this and not get ban?
If i test quality of some song, do i must credit of this song in description, if do this, do i safe from ban?
Also, can i put trailer for some movies and games and not get ban and how?
Thanks.....
 

Snowyamur

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I mean, any content that you include in your video that's the work of someone else's must always be credited for, whether it be a song, a trailer, or even a video. I can tell you now crediting them will not get you banned, but some creators, like myself, have problems with people using our stuff without first informing us of it, and so we claim copyrighted content we own should it be used without us being informed first hand.

To answer your question, if you're doing a review and playing music and videos to test its quality, you have to credit what sources you're using during the interview. I don't think you'll get immediately banned for it, but if you don't credit your sources, you're going to be notified and have problems later on.
 
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Damon

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Just use the YouTube audio library. Pick a few songs that best resemble the music you like. Then just tell people you couldn't use the latest, hippest song for copyright reasons. It's just to test the audio features.
 
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Andrew

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Just use the YouTube audio library. Pick a few songs that best resemble the music you like. Then just tell people you couldn't use the latest, hippest song for copyright reasons. It's just to test the audio features.
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I mean, any content that you include in your video that's the work of someone else's must always be credited for, whether it be a song, a trailer, or even a video. I can tell you now crediting them will not get you banned, but some creators, like myself, have problems with people using our stuff without first informing us of it, and so we claim copyrighted content we own should it be used without us being informed first hand.

To answer your question, if you're doing a review and playing music and videos to test its quality, you have to credit what sources you're using during the interview. I don't think you'll get immediately banned for it, but if you don't credit your sources, you're going to be notified and have problems later on.
Are great pieces of advice!

Another thing if you have paid TB we offer some services with music as a perk :)
 

Ikerot

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Hi, i buy tablet.
And i want to do review. So i like to put some songs and videos to test quality.
But, how to do this and not get ban?
If i test quality of some song, do i must credit of this song in description, if do this, do i safe from ban?
Also, can i put trailer for some movies and games and not get ban and how?
Thanks.....
I wouldn't recommend putting in music from games or movies because that's copyright central. There are youtubers who put out free royalty-free music for you to use as long as you credit them. Like what Damon said, you can use Youtube's vast music library.
 
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Yes!
Audio Hero,Tube Buddy's music service for paid members is awesome!
I use a incidental track called Atmosphere for my other channel's horror movie reviews. My viewers often comment on how great it sounds as an accompliment to the videos.