Read the whole thread: Help! I got a falsely accused Copyright Strike! – Google Product Forums. Anyone can make a copyright claim against others on Youtube, and start earning ad revenue off of your videos. This has turned into a cottage industry for scammers. If you contest their claims, they come right back and make bogus claims on other videos. The entire Youtube copyright mechanism is broken.
Devin Graham is an amazing young videographer in Utah; I’ve been watching his videos for quite some time. Watch this and see if you agree! I recommend subscribing to his Youtube channel. Seriously! I also recommend his good friend Lindsey Stirling’s Youtube channel. Watch this video – created by Devin – and you may be hooked too. Lindsey is featured in this video:
Royalty Free Stock Photos at Fotolia.com. Good photos, low prices. Other good sources include the Zemanta plugin in WordPress that tries to fetch public domain photos for use on your blog. I only use them for non-commercial purposes as many of them go back to Flickr or Wikipedia and other public sources. For music, check out Incompetech. Free for personal, non-commercial use – although I have donated to him as donations...
dig.ccmixter “You already have permission…”. Music sound tracks for video, including freely available for personal use (and some for commercial use).
4 Ways to Find Legal Music for Your YouTube Videos. I have both a library of licensed ‘royalty free music’, plus I have also used music from incompetech.com for which I sent a donation via Paypal.
Shorecrest High School: And Shorewood High School responds in this AMAZING video shot entirely backwards!
YouTube – Where the Hell is Matt? 2008.
Automatically composes bad music to go along with bad singing! Microsoft Research Songsmith. Watch the video. If you can.