If your video has been set to private because it has been identified as containing content protected by copyright, you have the option to either replace your video or challenge that determination (read more about this here).
Should you decide to challenge that determination based on the fact that you have a license to use that content, you’ll be required to submit proof of that license.
So, what if you have access to that content because you subscribe to a third-party app? How can you prove your license?
It will depend on the documents your app makes available to you, but a few good options are:
- A copy of your End User License Agreement (EULA) as proof that you have the right to use the content on Vimeo.
- A copy of your receipt for your purchase or subscription that identifies you and contains information about your license
If you’re not sure where to access your licensing documentation, we recommend that you reach out to the third-party app from which you’ve acquired the content. They should be able to help you acquire proof of your license to use the content on Vimeo that you can use in your challenge.