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Add Dailymotion video to the form
by efsaneclub00
13 Feb 2020 12:22

Could you help EMBED create a Dailymotion video on your VB forum <embed> BBCode

In Omnibus 13 Feb 2020 12:59

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Originally Posted by efsaneclub00 (Post 2602027)
Could you help EMBED create a Dailymotion video on your VB forum <embed> BBCode

No, I cannot. Their terms of service expressly prohibit it.

https://www.dailymotion.com/legal

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4.3. Dailymotion Content may not be downloaded, copied, reproduced, distributed, transmitted, broadcast, displayed, sold, licensed, or otherwise exploited for any other purpose whatsoever without the prior written consent of Dailymotion or Dailymotion's licensors. You agree to not use or exploit the Dailymotion Content in any manner inconsistent with any of the rights granted or restrictions set forth herein, including, without limitation, prohibitions on downloading, redistribution, alteration, deletion and deactivation of any content protection mechanisms. You are not allowed to modify, enhance, edit, translate, adapt, reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble, or create derivative works based upon or otherwise alter in part or in full any Dailymotion Content.

Mattwhf 13 Feb 2020 13:47

Why don't you add You tube videos? It is more better with good features. I also added youtube videos to my forum homepage and it works as a charm.

lange 13 Feb 2020 19:19

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Originally Posted by In Omnibus (Post 2602028)
Their terms of service expressly prohibit it.
https://www.dailymotion.com/legal

Yes, you can.
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1.1 Dailymotion is an original, free video hosting website that enables users to access, view, upload, store and share videos... the Dailymotion video player is embeddable onto any website,

In Omnibus 13 Feb 2020 20:32

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Originally Posted by lange (Post 2602035)
Yes, you can.

Embedding their player is not the same as embedding any video from their platform.

They supply the code to embed their player. That is what they give legal permission to do. That is "authorized reproduction."

They do not grant legal right to embed any video on their platform in any place at any time in any manner for any purpose. That is "unauthorized reproduction."

Hopefully you now understand the difference because Title 17 and Title 18 of the United States Code and our reciprocity agreement with France most certainly do.

efsaneclub00 14 Feb 2020 13:22

I didn't know it was forbidden, thank you.

In Omnibus 15 Feb 2020 01:29

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Originally Posted by efsaneclub00 (Post 2602042)
I didn't know it was forbidden, thank you.

I'm not saying you can't do it or that nobody will do it. I'm just saying I won't do it. I can't afford the $30,000.00 statutory and $150,000.00 civil fines per infringement claim.

Dave 15 Feb 2020 01:32

Maybe an interesting read to you guys https://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1326755 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flava_...Inc._v._Gunter

In Omnibus 15 Feb 2020 04:45

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Originally Posted by Dave (Post 2602057)

The primary difference between that case and this is that if you create a manner of embedding infringing material then there is evidence that you have contributed to infringement.

lange 15 Feb 2020 17:15

I don't think it's illegal to embed your own videos on your own website or another website regardless of the player (youtube, dailymotion, vimeo, etc.) and no matter how you embed them, e.g. using an iframe of your own HTML5 player (in jquery for example) if you bought the code for example on the Codecanyon website. I've been doing this for years and still now especially since I own a DJI Mavic 2 Pro drone.


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It's legal to embed any Dailymotion video using the video default option in the vB5 Connect editor.
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