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Obtaining Photos For My Dvd 9 Production


Fishnmusicn

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This might be a little off topic but it does relate to creating a production in My DVD 9. I've got my own music that I want to use in the background of my production and would like to use some still shots or video clips from the Lord of the Rings movie series. I've been doing some research on the web, but so far no luck. Anyone know if I can find some material that won't infringe on a copyright?

If I'm able to pull this off, I'll post a link here. Thanks for your help.

 

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This might be a little off topic but it does relate to creating a production in My DVD 9. I've got my own music that I want to use in the background of my production and would like to use some still shots or video clips from the Lord of the Rings movie series. I've been doing some research on the web, but so far no luck. Anyone know if I can find some material that won't infringe on a copyright?

If I'm able to pull this off, I'll post a link here. Thanks for your help.

 

Fishnmusicn

Did you look at the NewLine site and read the rules of use?

 

"You may download and retain only a single copy of the Online Materials, solely for your personal, non-commercial use. No On line Material may be copied, reproduced, republished, modified, uploaded, posted, transmitted, distributed in any way, or otherwise used for any purpose without the prior written permission of their respective owners. You may not add, delete, distort, or otherwise modify the contents on the NL Sites."

 

There are a lot of images there that you can add to one video and then delete it from your computer as long as you are not selling the video. I doubt that you will be able to do anything with video without violating some copyright law somewhere.

 

To others: Let's not get into a philosophical argument about copyright, DRM, and fair use issues.

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