(A) Transfer ownership of the asset.
(B) Update your metadata and keywords.
(C) Deactivate your reference file.
(D) Exclude segments in your Spreadsheet Templates or in CMS.
If you have third-party content in your reference, you can exclude third-party content segments from your reference file – also known as a reference exclusion – thereby creating a reference that reflects your sole ownership.
For example, if you have a music video that contains clips of a video you don’t own, or a sound recording that contains samples, you would exclude the material you don’t own from your reference.
This question is a part of the Choose effective references lesson from the Music Assets unit. You can get answers to all the questions asked in this unit on our Music Assets Answers page.