If you get a copyright claim on YouTube, it means that someone has claimed ownership of a video you uploaded. Copyright claims are usually made by music labels or other content creators.
There are a few things you can do if you receive a copyright claim on YouTube:
-First, try to resolve the issue with the claimant directly. This can be done by contacting them and asking them to retract the claim.
-If you can’t resolve the issue with the claimant, you can file a counter-notice with YouTube. This is a formal request for YouTube to review the copyright claim and reinstate your video if they determine that the claim is invalid.
-Finally, if you still can’t get your video reinstated, you can file a lawsuit against the claimant. This is generally considered a last resort, as it can be expensive and time-consuming.