Check if a Youtube Channel or Video is Monetized.
Is This Channel or Video Monetized?
Youtube Monetization Checker tool is a useful platform to check if a YouTube channel or video is monetized. Calculates the estimated earnings of the Video or Channel and provides you with detailed information. It also provides insight into the monetary performance of the channel or video by providing different estimates of the potential earnings from a channel and video. To find out if any YouTube video or channel is monetized, just paste the channel or video url into the box.
New way to check the monetization status of any Youtube channel (November 17, 2023):
YouTube removed the display of monetization status in the channel page code on November 17, 2023, meaning that “is_monetization_enabled” no longer appears in the channel source.
Even though Youtube has removed the way to know the monetization feature from the channel, the only system and site that currently works is Ytlarge.Com . The Monetization Checker is active and operational. It thoroughly examines and knows whether there is monetization on the youtube channel and in the videos.
It is clear that the channel is making money.
YouTube monetization checker operates by analyzing the source code of a channel or video page. It searches for specified advertising elements and values indicated for monetization within the page source. The tool examines and verifies these values, providing you with information on whether the channel or video is monetized or not.
Yes! The response provided by Youtube Monetization Checker is 100% accurate. Additionally, it also indicates if there is copyright content in the YouTube video. (Private System, Paid)
Visit the video's page, right click and open the source code, look for "yt_ad", "value": "1" string. If that value is present, the video is monetized; if that string is not present, it is not monetized.
You don't need to do this for every video you want to check for monetization; just paste the URL of the video into the box above.
Just like regular videos, the same method is used to check if short videos are monetized. The Youtube Monetization Checker gives a 100% accurate answer on whether a short video is monetized or not. Also, just because a channel is monetized doesn't mean that its short videos will also be monetized. Such an approach is not correct. If short videos contain copyrighted content, the tool will indicate that the video is not monetized.
According to the new criteria, the condition of having 1000 subscribers has been reduced to 500. In other words, the requirement for earning money under the partner program has been lowered from 1000 subscribers to 500. Additionally, the requirement of 4,000 hours of watch time in a year or 10 million Shorts views in the last 90 days has been updated to '3,000 hours of watch time in a year or 3 million Shorts views in the last 90 days.' Among the new conditions, uploading 3 public videos in the last 3 months is also required. Content creators who meet the updated requirements can apply for the YouTube Partner Program. Creators will also have access to tipping features like Super Thanks, Super Chat, and Super Stickers, subscription tools like channel memberships, and the opportunity to promote their products through YouTube Shopping.