You can send a mail to email@example.com to request a claim on your video, but it also depends on the license that you chose.
I have to say that never caused me a problem. My YouTube version is often much longer ( as that's what my subscribers want) than what I post on Rumble, which is shorter and more to the point. I don't use auto syndication either, so there is never the question for YouTube who uploaded the video first.Always make sure that the video you upload on rumble and YT should be exactly same..
Even the smallest change can cause this problem
Auto syndication simply uploads the video to YouTube as it if were you, for a video to receive a claim and get uploaded to our channels it needs to be approved for full distribution.I am always using the AutoSindication. I am not sure why some videos do not have Claim Rights tag.
Right... that is my problem I have 9 Subscribers (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAU8JysdyGB2tVXu1K5Oorw/ if you can help), for that reason Rumble is my best shot .If the video isn't monetized by Rumble no, but if you have a minimum of 1000 viewers and 400 watch hours you can earn money on YouTube yourself.
Thanks for reply... Do you think that Rumble could help me? I took a print from a video on YTube :Auto syndication simply uploads the video to YouTube as it if were you, for a video to receive a claim and get uploaded to our channels it needs to be approved for full distribution.