On 7/20/07, geni <geniice(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 7/21/07, Anthony <wikimail(a)inbox.org> wrote:
"Non-linear video editing software" -
not a single Windows program on
the list. Haven't tried any of them. Are any of them "easy" besides
the requirement to install linux?
No idea I lost interest after they appeared for the most part not to
support .ogg Theora
I downloaded and installed Jahshaka. Couldn't really get it working
without crashing, but it doesn't look particularly good right now.
OTOH, in the free beer space there were a few titles that piqued my
Both the CC
licenses and the GFDL allow aggregate works. If CC images
are allowed in a GFDL encyclopedia, I see no reason they wouldn't be
allowed in a GFDL documentary.
CC has the "For the avoidance of doubt, where the Work is a musical
composition or sound recording, the synchronization of the Work in
timed-relation with a moving image ("synching") will be considered a
Derivative Work for the purpose of this License." section and going by
statement by the FSF they would also likely view such a work as a
derivaitive rather than an aggregate.
Yuck. Ohwell. I guess it's GFDL images, CC-BY-SA text, or just do it
anyway and hope no one sues (because, it'd be an incredibly dumb thing
to sue over). The latter solution isn't an option for the WMF, of
course. (Unless maybe the "no one is going to sue" could be disguised
as "fair use"...)
Oh yeah, and also there's the hope that GSFDL may one day be CC-BY-SA
Other issues are keeping tract of what is licsensed
under what and credit.
That's a relatively minor issue, I'd think. Just keep track of it and
scroll it in the credits at the end of the video.
I wonder how hard it'd be to hack up a proof of concept using a spoken
wikipedia article and some commons images, putting it together using
either Avid Free DV or Windows Movie Maker. Under fair use, of