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if anyone id expect mirosoft over sony....

Didn't MS already do this last year? If the name of a MS owned game is in the title of a video they own it, including trying to change it from something like Halo to H4lo. Otherwise, if you keep the title of the game out of the title it's all kosher. Didn't this happen or am I imagining things?
post #22 of 87
It does say in the youtube tos when you become a partner that the content must be yours and this included video game content etc
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This means don't upload videos you didn't make, or use content in your videos that someone else owns the copyright to, such as music tracks, snippets of copyrighted programs, or videos made by other users, without necessary authorizations.

Im pretty sure copyrighted programs counts
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It does say in the youtube tos when you become a partner that the content must be yours and this included video game content etc
Im pretty sure copyrighted programs counts

The problem with that is that while the game isn't yours, the gameplay is. In the case of Let's Players, people tend to watch the videos for the youtuber's personality or gameplay, not the game itself. If they are watching for the game itself, then it's usually for confirmation on whether they want to buy the game or not. This is why youtube does allow partnering with a lot of let's players and a lot of other forms of game-related channels.

This is actually a very complicated topic. tongue.gif
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I guess the Wii U failing has Nintendo really hurting for cash.

Learn, don't guess. Nintendo is FAR from hurting financially. thumb.gif
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I was under the impression that SEGA, SONY and Microsoft already blocked alot of LP's of their games.
Nintendo AFAIK, is just inserting some add's to profit from their IP's.

It can be a tricky situation here over who owns what I suppose, but if I was a publisher I can't say I would be totally comfortable with complete playthroughs of my games available online. I myself have watched some on occasion and felt I'd seen what the game had to offer cover to cover and not made a purchase.

Also, this has nothing to do with Nintendo hurting for money because of the current state of the Wii U. They have more cash reserves that SONY.
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The problem with that is that while the game isn't yours, the gameplay is. In the case of Let's Players, people tend to watch the videos for the youtuber's personality or gameplay, not the game itself. If they are watching for the game itself, then it's usually for confirmation on whether they want to buy the game or not. This is why youtube does allow partnering with a lot of let's players and a lot of other forms of game-related channels.

This is actually a very complicated topic. tongue.gif

No, they either get permission to upload the game and make revenue from it, or get partnered with a company that has permission to do it. An example of this would be Notch, creator of Minecraft, came out with a statement and said that anyone can make revenue of of Minecraft without having to get his consent.
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I forgot to say this, Nintendo is doing this but so is EA with battlefield 3, dont belive me ? Do some research tongue.gif

( I know because they did it to me tongue.gif )
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Interesting they are targeting Youtube. I know lots of speedrunners on twitch that would hurt badly from this. Youtube money is chump change compared to twitch money.
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No, they either get permission to upload the game and make revenue from it, or get partnered with a company that has permission to do it. An example of this would be Notch, creator of Minecraft, came out with a statement and said that anyone can make revenue of of Minecraft without having to get his consent.

I was offered a youtube partnership when I used to make Combat Arms videos. I wasn't required to have permission from Nexon. I know many partnered youtubers that aren't required to get permission from game developers/publishers in order to post gameplay footage.
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I can see why the big "N' is doing this as a corporation, but not a good 'play' trying to promotion and sustain a healthy gaming online community. The revenue made from these 'youtubers' must be significant, if Nintendo is willing to, in all essence, wipe it out. Will Sony/MS follow in suit now? This would be disastrous for the gaming community. 99% of my Youtube usage is gaming related.
No Sony/Ms won't.
Ever heard of Machinima?
There are company, such as Machinima, out there that sign deals with the Copyright holder and video creators. So the video creators can made video about copyright material legally.
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I was offered a youtube partnership when I used to make Combat Arms videos. I wasn't required to have permission from Nexon. I know many partnered youtubers that aren't required to get permission from game developers/publishers in order to post gameplay footage.
You better watch this video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uN1_LJ-5b3I
It explain how YouTube partnership and Copyright works. YouTube does not explicitly ask you to get permission. Since their ToS clearly say you can't upload Copyright material.
You should be glad Nexon didn't ask youtube to remove your video, or worst case sue you.
Edited by Erio - 5/19/13 at 12:12pm
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