If you were to sell a video using Camtasia/content.That's Okay.
If the person you sold the video to.Markets the video for profit. "Monetizing ads associated with it"
To me, their not licensed to do so.
If they don't sell the video or profit from it.I don't see a problem.
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You Tube has been known to flag Camtasia's music as copyrighted material.
Your company can't show their licensed to use it on their channel. They aren't.
This could create a headache for all concerned. I think the situation could be resolved.
If it were me, I probably wouldn't use the content.
While YouTube does sometimes incorrectly flag our assets as copyrighted (because technically they are copyrighted; you just have rights to use them as a subscriber), we can usually resolve htis quite quickly.
I do agree with Joe that it's a little legally-vague if your company does not own the license for Camtasia/Assets, but you *personally*.
Now, having said that, there can be varied wording and clauses in any licensing agreement, and I suspect that the developers of the music that Camtasia includes agreed to a licensing arrangement that Techsmith could, or has, made available.
So, if it is available, I’d certainly read it if I wanted to understand my rights to using said music in a video published for public consumption.
Last, if someone “steals” your video, and the music therein, it is on them, not you, I should think.
I might imagine the same could hold true in this case.
I might suggest looking at the music available via YouTube. They offer a whole library of music that is "safe" to freely use in your videos.
Happy Friday! Rick :)