Vidyard allows you to push (aka copy) your video content over to your YouTube channel. This could be an essential part of your video strategy.
When you push the video to YouTube, a message appears shortly afterwards suggesting that there is already a video on YouTube that matches the one you are pushing.
When Vidyard has provided YouTube with the video file to encode, they have detected that this video is already on YouTube, and therefore will not allow you to add the same video twice. This is something outside of the control of Vidyard.
The better option would be to link the video to the one that is already on YouTube.
Assuming the video is already on your YouTube channel, you should see Link to YouTube as an option after pressing the YouTube button on the Video Settings page.
If you feel like this is a mistake and there are no duplicates on YouTube, then you can adjust the video length slightly using the Trim tool before pushing. This is found as a tab whilst in the video settings.
Pulling the ending inwards by a frame or two should be enough for YouTube to recognize it as a new video once saved.
Then either Save as a new video or Save and Replace before pushing to YouTube once more.
Note: Ensure that the sound in the video does not cut out abruptly by doing this, or it may be worth checking whether trimming the beginning is a better option.