Focus' policy regarding videos and monetization

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Focus' policy regarding videos and monetization

Postby Sirkel » Wed 29 May 2013 18:49

Good day Commanders!

As the question was recently asked, it felt necessary to do an announcement regarding our policy on the topic of video-making and monetization.

We want you to know that we allow everyone to monetize videos using Wargame-related footage.
The only thing we expect in return is a mention of the game and a link to the website (http://www.wargame-rd.com) in the description.

Regarding audio material, you can only use music from the game. The music from the trailers can't be used, as we had to pay a licence to get the right to use it.

Don't hesitate to send us links to your videos in this topic, we'll be happy to view it, and maybe share it. You can also mention us on Twitter (@WargameRTS) when posting the video on it!

We're glad to have such a creative community, and we're proud of you all. The content you create around the game helps us highlight the game in a particularly interesting way, and for that we'd like to thank you.

Sirkel out. :)
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Re: Focus' policy regarding videos and monetization

Postby fldash » Wed 29 May 2013 18:51

Good Guy Focus and Eugen...

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Re: Focus' policy regarding videos and monetization

Postby trotskygrad » Wed 29 May 2013 19:02

good to know, thanks!
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Re: Focus' policy regarding videos and monetization

Postby Mitchverr » Wed 29 May 2013 19:02

Good guy focus/eugen is already morally superior to nintendo.
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Re: Focus' policy regarding videos and monetization

Postby Banzinou » Wed 29 May 2013 19:08

Nice, Thanks :)
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Re: Focus' policy regarding videos and monetization

Postby JuggernautOfWar » Wed 29 May 2013 19:30

YouTube is asking me for proof I have rights to monetize your content. How do I give them proof?
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Re: Focus' policy regarding videos and monetization

Postby Kreved » Wed 29 May 2013 19:33

JuggernautOfWar wrote:YouTube is asking me for proof I have rights to monetize your content. How do I give them proof?

give them a link to this topic maybe?

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Re: Focus' policy regarding videos and monetization

Postby SRQ » Wed 29 May 2013 22:25

A pragmatic and win/win approach, good show.

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Re: Focus' policy regarding videos and monetization

Postby chema1994 » Wed 29 May 2013 22:48

+1 to Eugen ;)

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Re: Focus' policy regarding videos and monetization

Postby Rallen » Wed 29 May 2013 23:30

Awesome!:D

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