Copyright claim on YouTube by Superlala X LC-48671 Rafael Krux on Orchestralis music from Envato

I downloaded a sound track from envato elements from the author: @Orchestralis
Now the music is getting a content ID claim on Youtube from Superlala X LC-48671 via Rafael Krux.

Can you please clear this claim and whitelist my channel @Orchestralis?

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Video in question - Merrowstrand | Episode 2 | The Anomalie | D&D 5e + PF2e Actual Play Campaign

Item Title: Agnus Dei Requiem Female Vocal
Item URL: Agnus Dei Requiem Female Vocal, Royalty Free Music Track - Envato Elements
Item ID: 5HVLN88
Author Username: Orchestralis
Licensee: Robert Foeste
Registered Project Name: Dungeons & Dragons
License Date: November 27th, 2020
Item License Code: PMHXN5CFTU

Thank You!

Hello,

Thank you for your message, for choosing our music and my apologies for the inconvenience!

I submitted your video for clearing and your channel for whitelisting, please allow up to 24h for the system to update and for changes to take effect.

If you have any further questions, please let me know!

Thank you again!

All the best,
Rafael Krux

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I downloaded a sound track from envato elements from the author: @Orchestralis
Now the music is getting a content ID claim on Youtube from Superlala X LC-48671 via Rafael Krux.

Can you please clear this claim and whitelist my channel “@QuizSquad_”

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Hello,

Thank you for your message!

I submitted your video for clearing and your channel for whitelisting, please allow up to 24h for the system to update and for changes to take effect.

Thank you again!

All the best,
Rafael Krux

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YouTube has hit me several times I’ve used music products I paid for at Envato. TikTok did, too. It’s not worth the aggravation, especially because my complaints to Envato have always gotten the response that I need to contact the owner of the music.

That’s the normal process. When you use copyrighted material, you get a copyright notice. You get a license from Envato precisely to lift such claims.

I paid for the license by purchasing the product and paying the fee. Envato told me to go to the owner of the content. I paid Envato for nothing, and YouTube’s bot just came back with confirmation of its decision. As it turns out, Envato is selling a download, not a license.

Did you provide the license to Youtube, or to the ContentID third-party claimant (Adrev, IDentifyy, Elite Alliance,…)? Did they reject it? If they did, but your license is valid and previously unused, then something went wrong indeed, in which case, only the author can help you.

You may want to check out this page for more explanation on the subject: