With Stream Deck, you can easily add high-quality music to your content on any platform, such as a stream introduction or intermission with absolute peace of mind. Thousands of tracks across all popular genres can be incorporated into streamed or VOD content royalty-free.
But what does royalty-free mean, exactly? we put this FAQ to help answer some of the common questions.
- Are the music and sound effects royalty-free?
- Where can I use music and Sound Effects?
- Will I risk a copyright notice, strike claim, or DMCA Takedown using Stream Deck Music and Sound Effects in my content?
- Can I monetize my content containing Stream Deck Music and Sound FX?
- What can I do if my content got a copyright-related notice, strike, claim, or DMCA request?
Are the Music and Sound Effects royalty-free?
Yes - Since these are royalty-free, that means you don't need to worry about any copyright infringements! No subscription/membership/attribution is required.
Where can I use music and Sound Effects?
Anywhere! YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitch, TikTok, etc.
Can I monetize my content containing Stream Deck Music and Sound Effects?
Yes! Since all Stream Deck Music and Sound FXs are royalty-free, that means all audio can be part of monetized content and will not risk demonetization.
Will I risk a copyright notice, strike claim, or DMCA Takedown using Stream Deck Music and Sound Effects in my content?
No, Elgato and Storyblocks (The audio provider) will not issue any copyright claims. However, automated systems like YouTube's Content ID false or Twitch's Audible Magic may accidentally or incorrectly identify and flag audio.
What happens if I receive a copyright notification or claim?
Due to the automated nature of audio scanning systems such as YouTube's Content ID and Twitch's Audible Magic, false or incorrect copyright claims can occur. Should this happen, our team will help remove the false claim.
Please see the information below.
What can I do if my content got a copyright-related notice, strike, claim, or DMCA request?
The best way to get help with these claims or additional help, please message our support team: https://e.lga.to/help.
Please be sure to provide us with the following information:
- Link to the video you were flagged.
- Name of Audio Track
- Name of third party claimant (i.e., AdRev)
When submitting a ticket, please ensure that your video is published as Public or Unlisted for the claim to be resolved. If the video is set to Private, the claimant cannot review the dispute or drop the claim. Depending on the hosting site, you may need to contact their support.