I have used music from your library but YouTube added advertisement on my video, what can I do

These notices are the unfortunate consequence of the system YouTube uses to detect copyrighted music. YouTube does not - for now - support individual licences, so it does not recognize the licenses we issue to our users. 
We provide, through our music provider - Rumblefish - individual licenses to our users to use the music provided in our Music Library, including commercial and resell licenses for our Pro and Reseller subscribers. This is paid for by us and you are covered.

To remove these ads use YouTube's copyright claim dispute form, this sends us a request for action and we review these every business day to remove these invalid copyright notices for our users.

The process is as follows:

  • go to the copyright notices page
  • click "Matched third party content"
  • click the "Dispute" button
  • select "I have a license or written permission from the proper rights holder to use this material." and click Continue.
  • do mention that you've purchased the track via Stupeflix

  • Keep in mind that you can do this ONLY if you have used music from our music library!