Managing your content library
The articles in this section are for partners who use YouTube's content management system to manage their copyrighted content. You upload content to the content management system to create assets, with each asset representing representing the rights embodied in a copyrighted work, such as a sound recording, music video, or composition. Videos that contain copyrighted works are then linked to each asset by a claim that asserts ownership on the content within the video. The claim links a video to a particular asset and applies a policy (monetize, block, track) specified by the asset owner(s).
Setting up your account
- What is a reference file?
- How do I edit a reference file?
- What do I need to do to resolve reference file conflicts?
- How do I review the claims for a particular reference file?
- What happens if I close the policy on a reference file?
- How do I delete a reference file?
- Exclude third-party content from a reference file