mikey (PSP6, Photoshop CS6, Vegas Pro 14, Acid 7, BluffTitler, Nikon D300s, D810)
Lots of PIC and Arduino microprocessor stuff too !!
BarbaraC wrote:Yes, if I'm not designing, I'm composing, and if I'm not doing either one, I'm playing solitaire in attempt to get my wires untangled. Barbara
I resemble you only in the 1st and last part.
If I'm not designing, I'm playing solitaire
If you're not composing, doesn't that mean that you are de-composing ???
Your jokes are always such a nice way for me to start a new day
gpsmikey wrote:If you're not composing, doesn't that mean that you are de-composing ???
I'm already a compost heap.
So, Mona, you're a fellow solitaire junkie!
(New Yorkers, look for the soon-to-come Bloomberg ban on solitaire episodes larger than 8 ounces.)
I have read some posts in thi forum about copyrighted music, and uploading in Youtube.
I understand that to use a popular music on slideshow background is illegal.
I tried to upload that video on Youtube, and i get some notifications..
But...how other upload video?
exmpl: http://youtu.be/prjrD92q38w or https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fD87UvqEj68 or even https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_L4B39vbUs
Why other can upload slideshows on Youtube with popular music in background? How they do so?
Music licenses vary. If you want the one in the wedding video, try contacting the channel owner for further licensing information specifically related to that piece if music. The more popular pieces seem to typically cost more to license.
Can't say about the 2nd link as I was not interested in viewing the trashy video (based on the title). Next time please consider posting links to less potentially offensive examples.
Another suggestion, edit your post to be rid of the offensive show link. The first link example was sufficient enough to get the point across.
The second (it doesn't matter trashy or not) - i choose for example, because author in destription wrote song name.
The third - no song name in desctription, no license, very popular song.. And.. everything ok - it is shown on Youtube. Why?
It's pretty hard to know in each case exactly what the situation is as there are many more music options now than there used to be for synching to slideshows and such.
I've had some videos flagged even though I used licensed music. Those I've had to dispute, then all is fine.
Regarding the third video, any thoughts on it by anyone other than the owner is just a guess. I suggest contacting the channel owner and ask them if you want the most accurate answer. There are too many variables to know for sure when there is no information posted in the video or in the description.
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