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    Could someone Possibly help me with an Intro and Outro

    So here is the thing I have recently started making slot videos and I have a 3rd one that I haven't cut and pasted and edited yet. However I want to have an intro and Outro.
    This is what I want my intro to have at least here is the clip that I would like to use and put my titles and name in there etc. (Starting at the 1 minute and 39 second Mark)


    And then I want to use this as an Outro and put it as Surprise "MF" entertainment.


    Any advice or help from anyone would be helpful.
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    Can you really use that clip since you don't own it?

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    Probably not but then again if you ever watch some of Blue Heart's older videos when he was heavier into The Walking Dead. He used clips from that show a lot now whether or not those videos are still up I don't know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RNA_TheRock View Post
    Probably not but then again if you ever watch some of Blue Heart's older videos when he was heavier into The Walking Dead. He used clips from that show a lot now whether or not those videos are still up I don't know.
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    Well, you can try - if not allowed, you'll get the 'notice' - maybe it just won't monetize though.

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    Using copyrighted video is ok IF you do not monetize and you attribute the video to the copyright owners. Your videos may end up with ads, but you won't get any income.

    Or, you can use a template service to create a title video. Search the web for intro video services. Low resolution videos are often free and you own the copyright. Higher resolution videos cost a modest fee. Downside is your intro video might look like someone else's if you use the same template.

    In my case I used Adobe After Effects, which is an option if you have the software, skills and time; but, your intro video will be unique.


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    "Fair Use" allows you to video clips, so long as you limit their length (for example, say you got a big hit on a slot machine and had the "surprise mother****er" play immediately after for 2 seconds): this is protected under fair use. You -WILL- have people try to claim your monetization on it, but you can dispute that under your rights granted through Fair Use and you will usually win. Just don't use really long clips.

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    Hmm I think I will just make something unique but in the mean time and between time I am gonna edit the clips I currently have for my 3rd episode. Thank you all for the advice. Also Burkhalter you read my mind about putting SMF as a start to a big hit =p. I might put that in my video but don't know just yet =p.
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