YouTube has delivered an important update to its audio eraser tool

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YouTube has implemented an important update to its eraser tool, helping creators to easily remove copyrighted music without affecting any other audio within a video.

On Wednesday, YouTube CEO Neal Mohan shared the new tool on X, formerly Twitter, writing, “Good news, creators: our updated Erase Song tool helps you easily remove copyright-claimed music from your video (while leaving the rest of your audio intact).”

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Mohan posted a video which revealed the company has been testing this tool for a while, and the updated version of the eraser now uses an AI-powered algorithm to detect the copyrighted song without impacting other audio in a clip or having to upload a new video.

YouTube’s support page includes a full how-to for creators looking to use the eraser. There are options for replacing, editing, muting, and removing said audio.



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