Why do I still get copyright claims for music tracks used from within the InVideo library?
YouTube, Facebook, and similar platforms have an automated Content ID system. These systems aren't able to detect if you have a license to use the content being claimed and will flag audio tracks automatically.
As a result, YouTube and Facebook rely on content creators like you to point out that you have the right to use the audio track being flagged, rather than asking the claimant to prove they own the exclusive rights. It is not an ideal system, and platforms like YouTube and Facebook have been receiving a lot of requests from the creative community to improve their Content ID practices.
Our Storyblocks End User Licence Agreement for InVideo users can be attached in the proofs section on the off chance you happen to get any claims.
If a video you created on InVideo is flagged due to the usage of a royalty-free music track from our library, please reach out to us via the chat support window or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will help you dispute the claim.
Or you can choose to dispute the claim yourself as detailed in the steps mentioned in this article.