YouTube recently added new tools within the YouTube Studios dashboard to help creators remove sections of a video that have been tagged as copyright infringement.
You’ll now see information about your channel’s copyright strikes directly on your YouTube Studio Dashboard. You’ll be able to see which videos were removed, who submitted the copyright takedown notice, and actions you can take to resolve the strike.
YouTube is also providing more transparency about the content of the copyright takedown by surfacing the specific description of the copyright work provided by the claimant in the takedown notice. In cases where that info is not readily available, there’s an option to contact the YouTube copyright team for a copy of the takedown notice.
YouTube added a Trim option directly on the Video Copyright details page. You can now trim out copyrighted content claimed by Content ID in your video which automatically releases the claim. This could speed up your process of launching the video to your subscribers, but ultimately it depends on the amount of content you are required to remove to release the claim.
There’s also a new filter in the Videos page that lets you see which of your videos have been impacted by Copyright strikes or Content ID claims. Just click on Copyright claims in the filter.