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How do I find Creative Commons videos on YouTube?

How do I find Creative Commons videos on YouTube?

Finding CC licensed videos on YouTube

  1. Do a search and find the filters option. After you do a search on YouTube, click on the ‘Filters’ option on the results page.
  2. Filter results. Under ‘Features’ select ‘Creative Commons’. Now all the videos in the search will be licensed under Creative Commons.

How do I find Creative Commons YouTube videos without copyright claims?

The easiest way to find Creative Commons licensed videos on YouTube is by using the search 🔎 bar to enter the name of a person or topic you want to feature in your content followed by a comma and “Creative Commons”, with no spaces between the commas.

How do you check if a video is copyrighted on YouTube?

How to tell if YouTube content is copyrighted

  1. Follow the Studio Upload flow steps as usual until you reach ‘Checks’ in the progress bar.
  2. At this stage, YouTube automatically checks your video for copyright issues.
  3. If there are no issues, you’ll see a green tick next to both ‘Copyright’ and ‘Ad suitability’.

Can I share Creative Commons videos on YouTube?

You can still add attribution to your videos by updating your video description. Creative Commons licenses give a standard way for content creators to grant someone else permission to use their work. YouTube allows creators to mark their videos with a Creative Commons CC BY license.

How do you search Creative Commons?

Searching Google for Creative Commons images

  1. Enter your search term into the Google Images search bar.
  2. Click on Tools.
  3. Click on the drop-down menu under Usage Rights.
  4. Select the type of licence you wish to search for.
  5. Click on an image to see more detail and then click on Visit.

How do I know if a video is copyright free?

Know how to check if a video is copyrighted and avoid legal issues if it is….Once you’ve logged into YouTube Studio, there are three main avenues to access any known copyright issues:

  1. View the Dashboard’s Copyright Strikes Card.
  2. By filtering your video library for Copyright claims.
  3. Look at the Restrictions column.

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