ASK ME A LICENSE FOR YOUR VIDEO PRODUCTION

Hi dear Friend,

Many musicians choose to release their songs under Creative Commons licenses, which give you the legal right to do things like use their music in your videos. So I decided to take a CC license for my projects.

What is Creative Commons?

Creative Commons is a system that allows you to legally use “some rights reserved” music, movies, images, and other content — all for free. CC offers free copyright licenses that anyone can use to mark their creative work with the freedoms they want it to carry. For instance, a musician might use a Creative Commons license to allow people to legally share her songs online, make copies for friends, or even use them in videos or make remixes. For more information, visit our Learn More page.

Can I use any song with a CC license on it?

Almost — you need to make sure that what you want to do with the music is OK under the terms of the particular Creative Commons license it’s under. CC-licensed music isn’t free for all uses, only some — so make sure to check out the terms (you can find these by clicking on each song’s license icon).

Most importantly, you need to use music that is not licensed under a No Derivative Works license. This means that the musician doesn’t want you to change, transform, or make a derivative work using their music. Under CC licenses, synching the music to images amounts to transforming the music, so you can’t legally use a song under a CC No Derivative Works license in your video.

My Music have the follow license:

Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-ND 4.0)

You are free to:

  • Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format
  • for any purpose, even commercially.

Ask me a license for your project: I write it for your propose