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Can I use 12 seconds of a song and use it in a video with out getting a copyright ?

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  • Can I use 12 seconds of a song and use it in a video with out getting a copyright ?


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Answer #1 | 23/07 2014 16:10
If it's something you've created yourself you already, automatically have copyright. If it,s something someone else created then you can't get copyright - that's owned by someone else. If you mean do you need permission of the copyright holder then, yes, of course you do if you are going to publish or display the video in any way.
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Answer #2 | 23/07 2014 15:04
Technically, no, but it depends on what the video is. If you're publishing it or profiting from it in any way, you need to get permission and pay royalties. If it's a video of your cat that you're putting on You Tube (for example), then no, you'll be fine.
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Answer #3 | 24/07 2014 02:36
You can only copy 10% of the "likeness" of a song, not the actual song, without copyright. Actual sampling or copying will infringe.

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