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I want to publish my videos on YouTube to promote my videos and link them to my ShutterStock for sale. I was wondering what type of copyright should I use on YouTube to do that? 
Standard YouTube License or Creative Commons?
Because our videos are royalty free, but at the same time when it is in YouTube they still haven't paid for that. I will share my videos on YouTube with ShutterStock or my watermark. But I don't know what happens when someone buy my footage and they use it on their own YouTube channel. Would YouTube consider that as a copyrighted content if I choose the Standard YouTube License? 

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They're your videos, you own the rights, so you're free to display them however you want.

That said, put some type of watermark on them so Youtube viewers don't download them from Youtube for free, violate YOUR copyrights, rip YOU off.

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