Frequently Asked Questions
A list of commonly asked questions and answers. Please feel free to reach out to us if you have specific questions.
What does Aux Mode do?
Helping studios, distributors, producers, brands, and content creators maximize revenue & protect their content from misuse.
How Do I Sign Up
Click here and fill out some basic information and we will get back to you.
What does the name “Aux Mode” mean?
aux·il·ia·ry: providing supplementary or additional help and support. In the technology word, an aux cord connects two devices – temporarily or permanently. Aux Mode provides the creator with additional support while connecting their online content to effectively bring together your channel and content across all online platforms. We serve as a connector between you, your subscribers, and new revenue opportunities.
Does joining Aux Mode affect the content that I create online?
No – your content will always be in your control. At Aux Mode we are here to help you distribute your content, build your audience, and own your subscribers on your own website. You will always own your content.
After I join Aux Mode, who will control the uploads/updates of my YouTube and social media pages?
The creator always has full control over their content – we will never upload anything onto your YouTube Channel. However, we suggest you tie your social media platforms directly into YouTube. As your video’s go live on YouTube they will automatically be added to Twitter and Facebook. All video and media content on these platforms will be taken directly from your original content.
Does Aux Mode produce my online video content?
After joining Aux Mode, how long will it take for me to make money / get paid?
At Aux Mode, our process typically takes up to 1 month for existing YouTubers to receive their first payment for and for Content ID claims it can take up to 3 or more months. However, this can vary depending on the individual creator and their content. We help to create multiple revenue streams for you content through advertising and can help with content repurposing ideas.
How much money will I make if I join Aux Mode?
Monetizing your content is the end goal and one of our top priorities. The amount of revenue you bring in will depend on a number of factors and is different with every individual creator.
How do I get a job working for Aux Mode?
Aux Mode is always looking for new members to bring onto our team. Learn more about job opportunities.
Learn how to create or edit YouTube channel art and the icon?
To learn how to create a YouTube channel banner and icon please click – How to create a YouTube icon and header art
How to create a YouTube channel?
To learn how to create a YouTube channel managers please click – How to create a YouTube channel manager
How to create a YouTube custom thumbnail?
To learn how to create a YouTube custom thumbnail please click – How to create a YouTube custom thumbnail
To learn how to customize a YouTube channel please click – How to customize a YouTube channel
How to add a YouTube channel manager?
To learn how to create a YouTube channel please click – How to create a YouTube channel
Create a YouTube channel trailer?
To learn how to create a YouTube channel trailer please click – How to create a YouTube channel
Uploading, titles and describing your YouTube video?
To learn how to upload,title and describe your YouTube content please click – How to Upload, Title a YouTube Video
Example = Show Name – Season Number – Episode Number – Title of Show
Trailers: Title of Show or Title of Movie + ” – Trailer”
YouTube video file types and sizes to upload on YouTube
To learn what file sizes and types of files are accepted on YouTube please click – YouTube File Types and Sizes if Video
MP4 is the best format for uploading.
Schedule YouTube videos to publish and to playlists.
To learn how to schedule a YouTube video please click – Schedule a YouTube video
Embedding the videos from YouTube to FB and Twitter.
To learn how to embed a YouTube video please click – Embed a YouTube video
Create or edit YouTube playlists.
To learn how to create a YouTube playlist please click – How to create a YouTube playlist
How to create YouTube end screens?
To learn how to create a YouTube end screens please click – How to create YouTube end screens
How to create YouTube cards?
To learn how to create a YouTube card please click – How to create a YouTube card
Advertising on YouTube?
Learn the types of advertisements on YouTube please click – About YouTube advertising
Ad Breaks on long YouTube videos?
To learn manage YouTube ad breaks please click – YouTube Ad Breaks
What is the difference between Usage and Match policies on YouTube?
To learn what the different Usage and Match policies on YouTube mean please click – YouTube Usage Policies and Match Policies
DMCA – How to retract a DMCA Claim?
To learn how to retract a DMCA YouTube Claim please click – Retract a YouTube DMCA Take-Down
DMCA – YouTube legal video removal requests?
To learn how to remove a YouTube video please click – Remove a YouTube video legal request
What is a YouTube campaign?
To learn what a YouTube campaign is please click – What is a YouTube campaign
What is a YouTube label?
To learn what a YouTube label is please click – What is a YouTube label
View your YouTube channel analytics?
To learn what your YouTube users are doing please click – YouTube Analytics
Google Play country availability?
To learn where Google Play is available please click – Google Play Availability
Google Play distribution availability?
To learn where Google Play is distributed to Google Play Users please click – Google Play Distribution
If you’ve received a notice from YouTube stating Aux Mode owns the content in your video, this FAQ is for you. It will explain what the notice is and why you have received it. Here are the most common questions:
1. What is a YouTube Content ID Notice?
This is a notice you receive when a video you’ve uploaded contains content, either video or music, that YouTube identi?es is owned by someone else.
2. Why does this happen?
Content ID is a technology that exists for three reasons: a) it allows content providers to identify when videos incorporate their content, b) it allows YouTube to generate revenue by placing advertising next to content that has been included in the Content ID program and identi?ed in uploaded videos (this is shared with Content ID partners) and c) this revenue stream allows YouTube to offer its amazing free video sharing service to hundreds of millions of users like you.
3. What happens to my video/account now?
Nothing. Your account is not in jeopardy and your video will not be taken down. YouTube will monetize any video that includes claimed content.
4. What if I dispute the claim?
Your video will not be taken down because of a claim in relation to Aux mode content. If you believe one of the following facts to be true, you should dispute the claim and it will be reviewed within 48 hours: a) the YouTube Content ID system has misidenti?ed the music in your video as a song you did not include in the ?aged video or b) you own the identi?ed music content that has been claimed outright and have not designated a third party to claim and monetize the content in the YouTube Content ID system.
Note: The accepted formula that Auxiliary Mode Inc. uses to calculate the CPM range is $0.45 USD – $25.00 USD. The range fluctuates this much because many factors come into play when calculating a CPM. Quality of traffic, source country, niche type of video, price of specific ads, adblock, the actual click rate, watch time and etc. Cost per thousand (CPM) is a marketing term used to denote the price of 1,000 advertisement impressions on one webpage. If a website publisher charges $2.00CPM, that means an advertiser must pay $2.00 for every 1,000 impressions of its ad. The “M” in CPM represents the Roman numeral for 1,000. $0.00 – $0.00 $0.00 – $0.00 $0.00 – $0.00
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Note: The accepted formula that Auxiliary Mode Inc. uses to calculate the CPM range is $0.45 USD – $25.00 USD.
The range fluctuates this much because many factors come into play when calculating a CPM. Quality of traffic, source country, niche type of video, price of specific ads, adblock, the actual click rate, watch time and etc.
Cost per thousand (CPM) is a marketing term used to denote the price of 1,000 advertisement impressions on one webpage. If a website publisher charges $2.00CPM, that means an advertiser must pay $2.00 for every 1,000 impressions of its ad. The “M” in CPM represents the Roman numeral for 1,000.
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