This sometimes happens when YouTube or another website is trying to automatically enforce a claim on the music in the video.

There should be an option for you to dispute the Content ID claim in YouTube. This is a recent how to guide for disputing the claim:

If your video used one of the Biteable provided tracks then, if you enter a message something like below, you should be able to remove the claim:

"I have obtained permission to use the music in this video through (License agreement: please remove the claim on my video."

If you uploaded a track yourself to use in your Biteable video (maybe sourced from somewhere online) then you will need to provide proof of copyright license in the dispute submission.

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