So... I just finished putting up a video on youtube where I had arranged a midi file to play in Synthesia based on a music box melody in an anime I happen to be watching.
Now, there's a problem... some shitty german band (Hoiter Dipoiter) has filed a copyright claim against it, saying they own the audio... Which they clearly do not, I know for a fact they did not write the OST for Noir (The anime I mentioned), but they're selling an album in which they have the short melody as an intro for one of their songs.
Now, fine, I dispute the claim.. however, I'm not really sure which of the options I'm given I should choose, the options I'm given are below:
I believe this copyright claim is not valid because:
I own the CD / DVD or bought the song online.
I'm not selling the video or making any money from it.
I gave credit in the video.
The video is my original content and I own all of the rights to it.
I have a license or written permission from the proper rights holder to use this material.
My use of the content meets the legal requirements for fair use or fair dealing under applicable copyright laws.
The content is in the public domain or is not eligible for copyright protection.
Now, considering the people filing the claim against me don't own the song in the first place... what of those am I supposed to pick? My video isn't monetized, and I only put it up like an hour ago... It baffles me that practically immediately someone files a fraudulent copyright claim against me.