Is there a rule to follow in regards to this situation:
“Client A” buys a license to use a soundtrack in a video he makes. He now can clear his YouTube video from a claim with that proof of license.
OK, that’s the easy part!
But now “Client A” has his clients “Clients B,C,D, …” who makes other videos or streams or copy clips from “Client A”,s video to an other YouTube Channel (with part of that music in the video) for whatever reasons.
Now all “Clients B,C,D, …” are not happy because they get claims on their video works from their YT channels.
Now “Client A” is not happy because his clients “Clients B,C,D, …”are getting claims.
So my questions are:
Do “Clients B,C,D, …” need to get a license also?
Or is there a way for “Client A” to sync or transfer their license to “Clients B,C,D, …” who want to stream or make clips of “Client A”’s video on their own channels so they, in turn, can also clear their claims?
If not, should “Client A” be notified before he buys a license, that he can’t clear other people YT videos or channels and that the license he purchased is intended to clear his YouTube video only, and not his clients videos?
This has happened to me a couple of times and I don’t know what to tell “Client A”.
Has this happened to you before?
If yes, how did you resolve the situation?
Hope this all makes sense!