(A) It’s one song in an album.
(B) It’s video or audio content that Content ID uses for matching.
(C) It’s a container of information that represents copyrighted content on YouTube.
(D) It’s the underlying words and lyrics of a song.
An asset can be best described as a container of information that represents copyrighted content on YouTube.
On YouTube, an asset is the representation of your intellectual property in the YouTube rights management system. Assets are the heart of the system because they allow you to specify your ownership and rights information.
You can think of an asset as a box that contains metadata, reference material (for certain types of rightsholders), ownership information, and Content ID policies – all representing one piece of content or intellectual property that you own, such as a sound recording, musical composition, or music video.
This question is a part of the YouTube Music Rights Management Certification Exam. You can get answers to all the questions asked in this exam on our YouTube Music Rights Management Certification Assessment Answers artikel.