I have a food blog and every now and then I post my own recipe videos on social media and while youtube has its own media library, this cannot be said about any other platforms out there. Now I already did a bit of reading throughout the forum but I want to make sure I don’t step on any toes or waste my money on audio files that I might end up not being able to use. From what I gathered so far:
- one audio file can only be used as a soundtrack for one video at one time unless you do episodes thing but that is not my case
- it doesn’t matter on how many social platforms you post your video on nor if it is cropped differently as long as the content remains the same
- as far as i can tell there is no way i can avoid being blocked by facebook since the audio files don’t have any embedded copyright thing. that is only a guess though in which case I was wondering how can you avoid that?
- it doesn’t matter how many times the video is viewed or shared on media platforms, you can fit that in a standard license, unless you send it by email or provide a download link in which case it is a total of 10k?
I like to think this is it and I appreciate any comment on these