I remember I did a test stream of Splatoon 2 on YouTube once just to see if my equipment was working. No mic, no actual gameplay, set it so the video did not save. Stream was up for 15 seconds. Literally 30 seconds later, I get an email from YouTube claiming content ID from Nintendo
Didn't they change the system a bit though? Like ~5 seconds of music is no longer giving the companies the ability to get all the revenue of the video. System still fvcking sucks, but a tiny tad less.
@A pet named Steve, theoretically yes. But they‘re still getting strikes for it and YouTube doesn‘t care
@efil ym kcvF, why doesn't that surprise me
@efil ym kcvF,
"Here's a band-aid"
"It's not even covering the wound"
I learn you only get copyright strikes on YouTube if you monetize the video