There are constant disputes about copyright infringement on the Internet. Therefore, the developers of the popular video hosting YouTube have introduced a new feature for content creators that makes it easier to solve issues of borrowing other people's audio or video fragments.
The new feature is available as an option "Auxiliary cropping" in the "YouTube Studio". Using markers, you can set the beginning and end of a fragment that has caused controversy on the part of copyright holders, and delete it. Experts are working on improving the function, with which the authors of channels can easily remove unwanted segments of videos.
YouTube is actively trying to cooperate with the largest copyright holders, but constant complaints on their part and too strict policies have brought all the efforts of the video hosting to naught. In July, the site updated the regulations, calling on all copyright holders to specify at what minute and second the disputed fragment appears.
Next year, YouTube wants to add a few more new features that will help resolve issues with copyright infringement.