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Images and Video from Unreal Engine

Hello,

Upfront I apologize for posting yet another thread about using images from Unreal Engine on websites.

I am working on an engineering senior capstone project using Unreal Engine 4 and my advisor is requiring written confirmation that we are allowed to use images and videos from Unreal on our capstone project site or we have to remove any traces of it.

My question then is: as an educational project with no plans to license, sell or distribute anything, are we free to post images and videos of our prototypes on our capstone project website?

Thank you for your help, Victoria

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asked Apr 17 '15 at 06:34 PM in Legal & Licensing

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avatar image atypic STAFF Apr 17 '15 at 07:03 PM

I agree with Jacky:

My question then is: as an educational project with no plans to license, sell or distribute anything, are we free to post images and videos of our prototypes on our capstone project website?

No issues with the above, no royalties either.

avatar image Speedsktr Apr 22 '15 at 01:55 AM

Great, thank you for your responses!

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In short, yes, you are free to do that.

However, no royalty is owed on the following forms of revenue:

  • The first $3,000.00 in gross revenue for each Product per calendar quarter;

  • Consulting fees or work-for-hire fees which are non-recoupable for services performed using the Licensed Technology (e.g., an architect-created walkthrough simulation or a contractor-developed in-house training simulator);

  • Revenue from non-interactive linear media (e.g., broadcast or streamed video files, cartoons, or movies) which is Distributed in a form that does not contain or, in order to deliver, rely on servers running the Licensed Technology;

  • Revenue from a Product which is only Distributed to Engine Licensees (such as through the Marketplace);

  • Revenue from ancillary products which are not software and which do not contain embedded information (such as QR codes) which affects the operation of the Product (e.g., comic books, soundtracks, apparel);

  • Financial winnings generated by awards for the Product;

  • Revenue from donations for a Product which are not tied to Product access or in-Product benefits; and

Revenue from interactive amusement park rides or coin-operated arcade games which use the Licensed Technology.

For more detailed information: https://www.unrealengine.com/eula

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answered Apr 17 '15 at 06:44 PM

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