The owner of a YouTube channel can see the video manager to see if any posted video contains a song protected by copyright. Automatically, the YouTube can detect the authorship of the music track and alerts the user to make the choice to create revenue for the composer giving values in ads or remove the track from your video.
The option to completely remove music from the video is done inside YouTube – without the need to take video out of the air or split advertising revenue from your media. Here’s how to use the feature.
Step 1. Access the YouTube login in your account and click on your user photo in the upper right corner of the screen. Then click on “Creation Studio”;
Step 2. In the side menu, click the “Video Manager” option;
Step 3. Still in Video Manager, click on the “Copyright notice” option;
Step 4. If your channel has any video with protected songs, they will appear on this page. At this time, next to the description of the video, click on the “Include copyrighted content” option;
Step 5. At this point, click on the “Remove music” option;
Step 6. To confirm the action and start the process of deleting the song from your video, click the “Remove this song” button, located in the lower right corner of the edit screen;
Step 7. To make changes to your video, click the blue “Save” button;
Step 8. To finish editing and remove the track from your video, click the “Save” button.
Repeat this procedure each time you view the protected content alert in your videos.