I started creating videos after viewing this post and answer by your staff and I hope I'm staying inside the legal bounds of my use. See I'm creating a flying game for non profit, just my own thing and I have been updating my progress on YouTube. Recently I read your license agreement and it says you cant show engine source code or even the tools(what even is that?). Now I'm just opening the Blueprint editor and showing how I use the BP to create my effects. I also seen other videos on YouTube with people doing the same thing. Is there a difference in what I'm reading in your licence agreement compared to what I'm thinking? Again I'm not giving downloads to the engine or anything, I'm just showing my progress and not monetizing my videos. Its mainly for displaying my own skills with unreal 4 and to help others find solutions to the same creative thinking. I also post this in my video description "All rights reserved for content shown belongs to Unreal Engine this video is for educational purposes only and not for monetary gain." So I'm in the clear yes?
asked Nov 28 '14 at 01:47 PM in Legal & Licensing
That means you are not allowed to make the source code available for download nor can you have editor tools in the product you create (for example, a level editor in the game that uses UE4 tools would not be allowed). Let me know if you have any questions.
answered Dec 01 '14 at 02:57 PM
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