Youtube flagged a Copyright Issue on one of the music tracks called "atthetop" supplied in Camtasia 2019

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Hi, I am using Camtasia 2019 to produce a promotional video for a course I am running. In the video, I used a music track "AtTheTop" that came from Camtasia's libary. After uploading onto Youtube, a portion of that music track was flagged with a copyright issue. I have taken the video down from Youtube. Please correct me if I am wrong. I thought everything supplied in Camtasia's library are free for commercial use?
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Joe Morgan

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They are free for use and you haven't done anything wrong.
Unfortunately, you have to take action to correct the problem. TechSmith can't fix this for you.

See this article......YouTube has flagged my video with your music. What do I do? 

Regards,Joe
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Thanks for the information, Joe.
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I've had that problem and it's a hassle.
So I only use music from Youtubes Audio library at https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music
Make sure you click on the Attribution link and select Attribution Not Required.
You won't have to worry from then on.

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Thanks John. 

That will definitely come in handy if I don't want to go through the hassle of resolving disputes.