In my videoscribes I use music which s licensed under a creative commons license. So I have to publish my videos under creative commons license, too. Now my question is: is it possible to publish a videoscribe under cc-license?
I'm not exactly sure what you mean by CC-licence?
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If I understand your question, you want to import some music that has a CC license but the license requires you to share whatever content you create under the same license. So you have permission but only permission if you share alike?
I have a similar question.
i.e. if someone else wanted to screen capture a portion of my VideoScribe video to put into their own work, they would not be able to do this.
Joe is that correct?
Thanks so much,
A Creative Commons licence cannot be applied to a video created using VideoScribe.
Any videos produced with VideoScribe must be used in accordance with the VideoScribe software licence.
I am still not sure I understand correctly (English is not my mother tongue).
I am also a teacher and want to create videos for my students. I want to publish them on my youtube channel. I would very much like to put them on a Creative Commons License - By - non commerical - share alike unported. In my understanding others are not allowed to remix or adapt the videos if I do that.
I am a paid subscriber. Can I license my videos like that?
Thank you in advance for your time.
Videos made with VideoScribe cannot be licenced under a Creative Commons licence.