If there is no published version available then an enlargement can be made under the Copyright (Visually Impaired Persons) Act 2002.
Further details can be viewed at www.opsi.gov.uk.
Yes. There are a number of different permissions/licences that are required.
If you want to include audio on your personal or church website (including the music sound-track of a video clip) you need to obtain a licence from PRS (in addition to MCPS & PPL should they be required. Visit the PRS for Music website for details.
YouTube operates under a strict guideline that any videos must be copyright cleared by the person placing them on the site. This relates to both the audio and video included in the clip you intend to upload.
To upload your own home-made video clip you need to ensure that the music included is either Public Domain or owned by yourself.
Otherwise you will need to contact MCPS* for a licence to record someone else’s song/music. If your home-made video clip includes music from a pre-recorded source (e.g. a track from a commercially available CD) you will need to contact both MCPS and PPL.
To upload clips from a commercially available video/DVD, or recorded from television, you would first have to obtain permission from the film/program producers.
* If you live in the UK and your church has a Church Copyright Licence (CCL), an MCPS right is included which permits churches to record services (including the music) for limited distribution to members of their congregation.However, the number of copies you can make under a CCL is restricted to 25% of the church Size Category.
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