How To Use TikToks In Your YouTube Videos Without Infringing On Copyright

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Although the music used in most TikToks is licensed on the platform, they are not licensed on YouTube where you may be trying to monetize your video. If you’re still interested in using TikToks on your channel, these tips will help you do it without any strikes.

Get A Video Editing App

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The first thing that you’re going to need, and you should have one if you’re a YouTube content creator, is good video editing app. In case you’re lacking in that department though, YouCut is a powerful option that’s also easy to pick up.

Mute The Original Audio


Next, you’re going to want to mute the audio tack of the video that you got from TikTok. Although the music that is used in a lot of popular TikToks is not licensed for YouTube, you should have no problem sharing a video without sound. YouCut and other apps make this really easy to do.

Insert A Royalty-Free Track

After removing the original audio from a TikTok, you would have solved the copyright issue, but you’re still going to have part of your video that feels awkward because there’s no sound. In this case you can easily download some royalty-free music and edit it into your video using YouCut.



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