Re: [videoblogging] Re: Collaborations, rights a set of practial questions
- On Mon, 31 Jul 2006 14:20:06 +0200, Heath <heathparks@...> wrote:
> What would be the best licience to use for collaborations and why?That depends a whole lot on each collaboration. For some nothing special
is needed. Look at videoblogging week for example - one huge
collaboration, but everyone posted their own works on their own blogs so
it didn't matter what license were used.
In many cases a custom agreement might be the easiest ("I'll send you this
and you can use it to make a video for your blog").
And then you may want to read through the different CC licenses (they are
short and there's lot fo repeating between licenses, so it's not as bad as
it sounds). Licenses with the ND clause are no good and licenses with the
ShareAlike clause are generally unfit (because different ShareAlike
licenses cannot be combined).
You also may want to check out the sampling licenses although the
restrictions probably make them unfit for most videoblog collaborations.
> Would people be willing to "give" their clips to a project if it was toYes, I would. I would also make clips for commercial collaborations. But
> be used non commericaly? (of course this could lead to further
> questions such as what if a video became very popular and someone
> wanted to "purchase" the video.....but lets just take it one question
> at a time for the monment... ;) )
it all depends. :o)
Andreas Haugstrup Pedersen
<URL: http://www.solitude.dk/ >
Commentary on media, communication, culture and technology.
- I am not sure if there are any other collaborations than what we have
listed.....and in most cases I would say that there is an
understanding of what "rights" there are....the only one I see as
murky is when someone comes up with an idea and says "who would like
to do "x" and then those indivuduals film "x" for said
person.......but I guess we will continue to cross those bridges when
Heath - The Batman Geek
--- In email@example.com, Markus Sandy <markus@...> wrote:
> good point. there are many different kinds of collaborations:
> 1. a bunch of people posting to a common theme, event or time
> vloggercon, etc)
> 2. one person includes other peoples work (mashups, lofistl reruns,
> 3. distributed production (some shoot, some edit, some do audio,
> translate, etc as in Freevlog and VlogEurope)
> 4. several people 'pass a video around' and each alters or adds to
> (like E-Band and afternoon delight)
> what else?
> Heath wrote:
> > I guess I see something like videoblogging week as more of
> > an "individual" collabroation than one where someone "requests"
> > something... . I guess that is more what I am referring to in
> > which liceinse is best.....
> > Heath The Batman Geek
> > http://batmangeek7. blogspot. com
> Markus Sandy