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Saturday, November 12th 2011, 11:45am

RSA Animate videos [Copyright Issue]

Another one is this:

"RSA Animate videos"
"We haven't been able to establish a contact with the folks at RSA. We won't upload those videos until we hear back from them and have their clearance for publication. NOT OK for upload"

Actually, I also personally asked for their permission and also sent them my Chinese subtitles in .ass format to them. They replied to me that as long as I state clearly the original links and mark their partner http://cognitivemedia.co.uk/, then they have no opinions. I had several mail contacts with them before, but as you said, you had better make certain. At least on my Youtube channel, I didn't receive the "third party" warning from the beginning to the end during the whole uploading process.

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Tuesday, May 15th 2012, 1:24pm

To consider this issue really solved I would say we have to make sure every LTI channel, that might be not aware of the issue, won't be punished by uploading this video. My suggestion is that we make reference of this first successful contact that Albert Lin had with them, for the Chinese channel, when approaching them again with a list of LTI channels from our language teams, which have finished their translations and will also want to upload the video when their language subtitles will be shared with RSAnimate (assuring that we will "state clearly the original links and mark their partner http://cognitivemedia.co.uk/ " as Albert said in the previous post).
We can also add to this contact with RSAnimate that we intent to keep them updated with a newsletter every time another group of languages has completed any subtitles from them.

Does anyone would like to engage in this contacts, for now? Until l we have someone with juridic knowledge and willing to represent the LTI and engage in all these issues and contacts?

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Tuesday, July 3rd 2012, 8:24am

http://j.mp/X5LqEt
RSA
audio and video files are licenced under a Creative Commons
Attribution-Non-Commerical-No Derivative Works 2.0 UK: England &
Wales Licence.
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/uk/

I guess that means that, according to this link above, if we cover these 3 points in our video descriptions, we are safe :thumbup:
  • Attribution — You must give the original author credit.


  • Non-Commercial — You may not use this work for commercial purposes.


  • No Derivative Works — You may not alter, transform, or build upon this work.
Embedding subs is surely a form of building upon the work, but Iguess that captioning, like we do on youtube, is not :ponder:

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