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When Vydia asks you for supporting documentation, please provide any and all agreements that prove your ownership or control of the content in question. These types of agreements should typically include the names of the contracting parties, the effective date, the specific content subject to the agreement, the term of the agreement, the rights that are being granted (including whether those rights are on an exclusive or non-exclusive basis) and should be signed by all parties. Unfortunately, a copyright or P.R.O. (Performing Rights Organization) registration does not qualify as sufficient supporting documentation. Our legal and rights management teams will review your documentation on a case-by-case basis.

Granting rights to Vydia and then selling the exclusive rights to a third-party breaches your Content License Agreement with Vydia and is therefore prohibited. Non-exclusive licensing is permitted as long as there is no intent to sell exclusively. Please note that our Content team manually reviews releases to check for video descriptions such as “buy this beat” to prevent these violations.