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Tuesday, January 24th 2012, 3:51pm

youtube licences

Youtube gives the option to chose which licence to assign each video. What do you usually chose, YT standard or Creative Commons?
if it depends on the video, would it be useful to make a list of the video under C-C and those not, or to add this info in lists we already have?

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Tuesday, January 24th 2012, 7:17pm

Creative Commons sounds good to me. I never checked what the YT license involves as conditions. We are here to share, anyway ^^

If there is an advantage in using the YT license I don't know. I am just sharing what I have been doing until now. Maybe someone researched that issue already and will be able to tell us :eyeroll:

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