Which license

DiaryOfAPamperedHamster

Well-known member
Hi, im new...so sorry if this has been already posted.

On my phone the licenses terms dont come up...i wasnt sure which license to select if I just want to make sure I can keep my content on both youtube and instagram.

Thanks!
 

Mario

Creator Support Team
Staff member
A simple explanation of the differences between licensing options.
The license that has the potential to bring in the most in revenue for the creator is the Exclusive Video Management license, whereby Rumble.com will take care of the full distribution of the video across our network. This includes: YouTube, Rumble’s own website as well as our 3rd party partners such as MSN, Yahoo, AOL and others.

When you pick this option, you are giving Rumble the exclusive rights to represent your video and help promote it to as many broadcasters and websites as possible. The more we promote and license this video, the more popular it becomes, and the more you can earn. If you have a really good video, this is by far the best option for you.

A second option is the Video Management (excluding YouTube) license which is the same as the Exclusive Video Management license except the videos do not get distributed on YouTube.

The third licensing option is the Rumble Player license. This option excludes YouTube and all 3rd party partners outside Rumble’s platform. The video is monetized on Rumble.com only and it is a non-exclusive license, meaning the creator can still manage their content on other media platforms on their own.

The fourth option is Not For Sale: with this option, you retain full control and all rights. Rumble will not partake in any monetization relating to your content. Rumble will only retain the license to show your video on Rumble.com and the video will receive no promotion.

For more details: https://rumble.com/s/licensing-comparison.html

https://rumble.groovehq.com/knowledge_base/topics/a-simple-explanation-of-the-differences-between-licensing-options
 

babysiter

Member
A simple explanation of the differences between licensing options.
The license that has the potential to bring in the most in revenue for the creator is the Exclusive Video Management license, whereby Rumble.com will take care of the full distribution of the video across our network. This includes: YouTube, Rumble’s own website as well as our 3rd party partners such as MSN, Yahoo, AOL and others.

When you pick this option, you are giving Rumble the exclusive rights to represent your video and help promote it to as many broadcasters and websites as possible. The more we promote and license this video, the more popular it becomes, and the more you can earn. If you have a really good video, this is by far the best option for you.

A second option is the Video Management (excluding YouTube) license which is the same as the Exclusive Video Management license except the videos do not get distributed on YouTube.

The third licensing option is the Rumble Player license. This option excludes YouTube and all 3rd party partners outside Rumble’s platform. The video is monetized on Rumble.com only and it is a non-exclusive license, meaning the creator can still manage their content on other media platforms on their own.

The fourth option is Not For Sale: with this option, you retain full control and all rights. Rumble will not partake in any monetization relating to your content. Rumble will only retain the license to show your video on Rumble.com and the video will receive no promotion.

For more details: https://rumble.com/s/licensing-comparison.html

https://rumble.groovehq.com/knowledge_base/topics/a-simple-explanation-of-the-differences-between-licensing-options
great answer
 

bobochang

New member
I have a question about the Exclusive Video Management license: say, the video accrues 100,000 views on YouTube... What percentage of that goes to YouTube and what percentage goes to Rumble, then finally, the Creator?
 

Mario

Creator Support Team
Staff member
I have a question about the Exclusive Video Management license: say, the video accrues 100,000 views on YouTube... What percentage of that goes to YouTube and what percentage goes to Rumble, then finally, the Creator?
YouTube does not release the data of how much they keep but from the earnings they release to us, we pay users 90%.

So if for example they have a $1 CPM, our creators receive 90 cents. We don't know if YouTube made another dollar or 10 dollars in that transaction.

As opposed to that, whatever amount you make in Rumble represents 60% of the total universal earnings we received. So if we get a total of $10 CPM, you'd receive $6.
 

Ekysanti23

New member
A simple explanation of the differences between licensing options.
The license that has the potential to bring in the most in revenue for the creator is the Exclusive Video Management license, whereby Rumble.com will take care of the full distribution of the video across our network. This includes: YouTube, Rumble’s own website as well as our 3rd party partners such as MSN, Yahoo, AOL and others.

When you pick this option, you are giving Rumble the exclusive rights to represent your video and help promote it to as many broadcasters and websites as possible. The more we promote and license this video, the more popular it becomes, and the more you can earn. If you have a really good video, this is by far the best option for you.

A second option is the Video Management (excluding YouTube) license which is the same as the Exclusive Video Management license except the videos do not get distributed on YouTube.

The third licensing option is the Rumble Player license. This option excludes YouTube and all 3rd party partners outside Rumble’s platform. The video is monetized on Rumble.com only and it is a non-exclusive license, meaning the creator can still manage their content on other media platforms on their own.

The fourth option is Not For Sale: with this option, you retain full control and all rights. Rumble will not partake in any monetization relating to your content. Rumble will only retain the license to show your video on Rumble.com and the video will receive no promotion.

For more details: https://rumble.com/s/licensing-comparison.html

https://rumble.groovehq.com/knowledge_base/topics/a-simple-explanation-of-the-differences-between-licensing-options
So it is possible if a video that is distributed by other agencies, is also uploaded to rumble as long as we choose 'Rumble Player license'?
 

Mario

Creator Support Team
Staff member
So it is possible if a video that is distributed by other agencies, is also uploaded to rumble as long as we choose 'Rumble Player license'?
yes, provided no third party has exclusive rights to the content. You can submit the same content non exclusively to multiple platforms.

By definition an "Exclusive" license can only be held by one party at one time.
 

LuLasPlaytime

New member
Do I Have to Provide my YouTube video URL? Given that i have a youtube channel and the same video is also on my youtube channel?
 

BenW

Trustworthy Member
Thank you BenW. But what difference does it make?
Moreover the URL link is as Youtube Channel Admin or Viewer?
If your video is approved for full distribution and Rumble add it to Rumbles YouTube Viral channel, than they will claim the video on your own Youtube channel too. So than you get 90% and Rumble 10% of the earnings, even if you don't have enough subscribers or views on your YouTube channel to parcicipate on the partnerprogram of YouTube. If you do participate already and earn money on your own YouTube channel Than I don't know if it is sensible to do, because of reused content. But that is your choice.
 

LuLasPlaytime

New member
If your video is approved for full distribution and Rumble add it to Rumbles YouTube Viral channel, than they will claim the video on your own Youtube channel too. So than you get 90% and Rumble 10% of the earnings, even if you don't have enough subscribers or views on your YouTube channel to parcicipate on the partnerprogram of YouTube. If you do participate already and earn money on your own YouTube channel Than I don't know if it is sensible to do, because of reused content. But that is your choice.
Thank you for that, I am 300 Subs and 2k Hrs away from partner program of YouTube. So till now i'll add the URL i guess.
Cheers
 
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