The site claims that KimYe was awarded $400,000 in the settlement, which sounds like a ton of money, but given that Chad sold YouTube for $1.65 billion (yes, billion with a "b") he's probably not having to rework his entire budget over the whole thing.
Kim and Kanye sued Chad, claiming that he manipulated his way into AT&T Park in San Francisco where Kanye was proposing and even signed a confidentiality agreement before he allegedly posted the video to MixBit, another site he founded.
Apparently, he has to come up with the money in a few days and then the lawsuit will be dismissed.
Kim and Kanye got engaged back in 2013 and the proposal did eventually air on Keeping Up With the Kardashians months after the big event took place. The pair tied the knot in May 2014 in Europe, where they were joined by their family and friends for the two-county celebration.