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« on: April 07, 2015, 10:38 »
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Note. Authors footage. We have to pay licenses for MPEG.LA? We got a response from the MPEG.LA.

We sent an email to MPEG.LA got the answer:

That I understand if I send videos encoded in AVC / H264 (Nikon, Sony) on page www.videohive.net or www.pond5.com and gets a commission of 50% of that I am exempt from the license fees for MPEG.LA ?

Licenses MPEG.LA final purchaser pays the client and Web www.videohive.net or www.pond5.com?

Your understanding is correct That our AVC License covers the end Seller of AVC / H.264 video (for example, the content provider who has a relationship with the End User) and the Seller is Responsible for paying the applicable royalties. The Therefore, if you upload AVC Video is either Envato Pty Ltd's website or Pond5 Inc.'s website, and dry AVC Video is delivered Directly to End Users for Remuneration through Their respective websites, then Envato Pty Ltd or Pond5 Inc. would need to be licensed and would be Responsible for any royalties associated with the AVC video they distribute.

With That said, both parties offering the video services you have not taken Mentioned a License or paid the applicable royalties. As a result, video Their services are not licensed. The Therefore, the suggest that you 'choose a video service from a licensed supplier (or insist That the suppliers you use to become licensed paying royalties applicable). For That purpose, in Maintain a letter of AVC Licensees in Good Standing at http://www.mpegla.com/main/programs/AVC/Pages/Licensees.aspx.

I understand that we have to pay licenses for filming by codecs MPEG.LA SLR? if you sell movies pond5, Envato...


« Reply #1 on: May 17, 2015, 12:46 »
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Note. Authors footage. We have to pay licenses for MPEG.LA? We got a response from the MPEG.LA.

We sent an email to MPEG.LA got the answer:

That I understand if I send videos encoded in AVC / H264 (Nikon, Sony) on page www.videohive.net or www.pond5.com and gets a commission of 50% of that I am exempt from the license fees for MPEG.LA ?

Licenses MPEG.LA final purchaser pays the client and Web www.videohive.net or www.pond5.com?

Your understanding is correct That our AVC License covers the end Seller of AVC / H.264 video (for example, the content provider who has a relationship with the End User) and the Seller is Responsible for paying the applicable royalties. The Therefore, if you upload AVC Video is either Envato Pty Ltd's website or Pond5 Inc.'s website, and dry AVC Video is delivered Directly to End Users for Remuneration through Their respective websites, then Envato Pty Ltd or Pond5 Inc. would need to be licensed and would be Responsible for any royalties associated with the AVC video they distribute.

With That said, both parties offering the video services you have not taken Mentioned a License or paid the applicable royalties. As a result, video Their services are not licensed. The Therefore, the suggest that you 'choose a video service from a licensed supplier (or insist That the suppliers you use to become licensed paying royalties applicable). For That purpose, in Maintain a letter of AVC Licensees in Good Standing at http://www.mpegla.com/main/programs/AVC/Pages/Licensees.aspx.

I understand that we have to pay licenses for filming by codecs MPEG.LA SLR? if you sell movies pond5, Envato...


please proof-read before publishing (or copying), I cannot understand one sentence here!

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« Reply #2 on: May 17, 2015, 13:53 »
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Note. Authors footage. We have to pay licenses for MPEG.LA? We got a response from the MPEG.LA.

We sent an email to MPEG.LA got the answer:

That I understand if I send videos encoded in AVC / H264 (Nikon, Sony) on page www.videohive.net or www.pond5.com and gets a commission of 50% of that I am exempt from the license fees for MPEG.LA ?

Licenses MPEG.LA final purchaser pays the client and Web www.videohive.net or www.pond5.com?

Your understanding is correct That our AVC License covers the end Seller of AVC / H.264 video (for example, the content provider who has a relationship with the End User) and the Seller is Responsible for paying the applicable royalties. The Therefore, if you upload AVC Video is either Envato Pty Ltd's website or Pond5 Inc.'s website, and dry AVC Video is delivered Directly to End Users for Remuneration through Their respective websites, then Envato Pty Ltd or Pond5 Inc. would need to be licensed and would be Responsible for any royalties associated with the AVC video they distribute.

With That said, both parties offering the video services you have not taken Mentioned a License or paid the applicable royalties. As a result, video Their services are not licensed. The Therefore, the suggest that you 'choose a video service from a licensed supplier (or insist That the suppliers you use to become licensed paying royalties applicable). For That purpose, in Maintain a letter of AVC Licensees in Good Standing at http://www.mpegla.com/main/programs/AVC/Pages/Licensees.aspx.

I understand that we have to pay licenses for filming by codecs MPEG.LA SLR? if you sell movies pond5, Envato...


please proof-read before publishing (or copying), I cannot understand one sentence here!

Neither can I (what bizarre random capitalisation), but editing it 'for sense'#would  mean making one's own interpretation calls. The fact that we can't understand it means it is ambiguous, so making that call would be risking providing misinformation.
Createstock did the right thing in quoting verbatim.

« Reply #3 on: May 17, 2015, 14:01 »
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Note. Authors footage. We have to pay licenses for MPEG.LA? We got a response from the MPEG.LA.

We sent an email to MPEG.LA got the answer:

That I understand if I send videos encoded in AVC / H264 (Nikon, Sony) on page www.videohive.net or www.pond5.com and gets a commission of 50% of that I am exempt from the license fees for MPEG.LA ?

Licenses MPEG.LA final purchaser pays the client and Web www.videohive.net or www.pond5.com?

Your understanding is correct That our AVC License covers the end Seller of AVC / H.264 video (for example, the content provider who has a relationship with the End User) and the Seller is Responsible for paying the applicable royalties. The Therefore, if you upload AVC Video is either Envato Pty Ltd's website or Pond5 Inc.'s website, and dry AVC Video is delivered Directly to End Users for Remuneration through Their respective websites, then Envato Pty Ltd or Pond5 Inc. would need to be licensed and would be Responsible for any royalties associated with the AVC video they distribute.

With That said, both parties offering the video services you have not taken Mentioned a License or paid the applicable royalties. As a result, video Their services are not licensed. The Therefore, the suggest that you 'choose a video service from a licensed supplier (or insist That the suppliers you use to become licensed paying royalties applicable). For That purpose, in Maintain a letter of AVC Licensees in Good Standing at http://www.mpegla.com/main/programs/AVC/Pages/Licensees.aspx.

I understand that we have to pay licenses for filming by codecs MPEG.LA SLR? if you sell movies pond5, Envato...


please proof-read before publishing (or copying), I cannot understand one sentence here!

Neither can I (what bizarre random capitalisation), but editing it 'for sense'#would  mean making one's own interpretation calls. The fact that we can't understand it means it is ambiguous, so making that call would be risking providing misinformation.
Createstock did the right thing in quoting verbatim.


sorry, may have gotten this wrong. My bad -- if THAT garbage came out of MPEG-LA (which would make total sense), then THEY are tho ones who ought to proof-read.

What a mess, and they suppose that anyone will follow their "directions" like that? Gimme a break :)


 

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