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Serious Copyright Concern- Please Respond

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  • Serious Copyright Concern- Please Respond

    I think I'm in the right place.

    OKAY, long story short:

    What exactly are my rights and the 3rd party's rights to a theme park show/parade? 3rd party, as in the people that put on the show/production. Also being specific about video and audio content. Recordings. Buying. Selling. Distribution (such as youtube)? This is especially about youtube.

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    Re: Serious Copyright Concern- Please Respond

    YouTube generally falls under the Fair Use clause of the copyright act. You have basically no rights whatsoever to sell or in anyway make money off of any redistribution of personal video that you made of a performance without written consent of the company holding the copyright.

    A lot of what you're asking depends largely on what you are doing with said video.

    As to the performers, I don't think they have any rights, per se, but I'm sure they'd love to be credited.

    If you are making some sort of a remix by editing the video to change it up significantly, then it would most likely be wise to also not make any money off of it, because you are still using their original content and you should ALWAYS give credit to them for the creation of the original.

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      Re: Serious Copyright Concern- Please Respond

      ^ Thanks for your response.

      No intention of selling. Gave credit as much as possible. Not much editing at all. Just point and shoot 1 performance.

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      "With this place, I wanted to give them something real, something that wasn't an illusion, something they could see and touch. An aim devoid of merit."
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        Re: Serious Copyright Concern- Please Respond

        I doubt it will be a big ordeal. Disney's too busy going after those who are committing serious copyright infringements and making money off of them.

        If Disney were upset, first they'd probably ask you to remove the content, don't know if they'd make you pay a fine or not,. If you don't follow through, that's when Lawsuits come running in.

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