Who owns the videos I upload?
You retain full ownership to any videos you upload, assuming you had ownership in the first place. We do not claim any ownership to your videos. However, we need a license from you so that we can use and process your videos. Check these FAQs for details on the licenses you grant with respect to the videos you upload to RADiCAL.
What rights do i grant over the videos I upload?
By uploading videos, you grant us a license to use your videos, so that we can (i) make our services available to you and whomever your videos are shared with through RADiCAL, and (ii) to improve our services to you and/or other persons through machine learning, human analysis, and similar approaches.
Each public upload, along with its results and visualizations, can be viewed by other users. If you elect public upload status, you grant each RADiCAL user a non-exclusive, worldwide license to use, display, and perform such your public upload through the RADiCAL platform and to reproduce such public uploads, including its results and visualizations, through the RADiCAL platform functionality.
In addition, by electing public upload status, you agree to allow other users to “fork” your public uploads, including its results and visualizations. “Forking” means that other users make copies of your public uploads, including its results and visualizations, into separate scans maintained through the RADiCAL platform that only they control.
For the avoidance of doubt, your grant to other users of the license described above is not canceled or affected in any way when you delete your public upload, convert such public upload to a private upload, or terminate your account.
What are my rights to the results RADiCAL produces?
RADiCAL owns all right, title, copyright, and other intellectual property rights and interest in the results and the visualizations, as well as any documentation and copies thereof. RADiCAL’s services and results are licensed, not sold.
Personal Licenses: With respect to results you download from the RADiCAL platform while you benefit from a Personal License, RADiCAL grants you a revocable, non-exclusive, fully-paid, royalty-free, worldwide license to use, copy, modify, publicly perform, publicly display and reproduce such Results, exclusively for non-commercial purposes. However, if you are a small-scale independent production company, non-profit, or artist, you may use results and visualizations to showcase or promote your own creative works provided you don’t receive direct cash or in-kind compensation for such showcase or promotion.
Premium Licenses: with respect to results you download while you benefit from a Premium License, RADiCAL grants you a perpetual, non-exclusive, fully-paid, royalty-free, worldwide license to use, copy, modify, publicly perform, publicly display and reproduce such Results, for both commercial and non-commercial purposes.
More details around those reservations and other matters can be found in our Terms of Service.
Can I secure an exclusive license to my results?
To ensure that you benefit from exclusivity with respect to your own results, you have to maintain their private status at all times.
RADiCAL will not grant licenses to any other person for as long as you maintain your results as part of a private upload.
However, for as long as the relevant results are included in a public upload, or if a fork has been created from a public upload, any User besides yourself can acquire from RADiCAL the licensing rights to the results associated with such public upload or forked scan.
Can I use the motion results in a freely distributed game mod, game map or game add-on?
Yes, provided the game does not have an open source license.
If RADiCAL’s animated motion results can be accessed or extracted, then you must include a text license containing the words “Contains textures from RADiCAL (getrad.co) – animated motion results may not be redistributed”.
Can I apply motion results to a model and sell or redistribute it?
Yes, provided your end product is not intended to be a bundled release of our motion results (ex. to resell a package of models containing extractable motion results in a library). You must also include a text license with the project file containing the words “Contains textures from RADiCAL (getrad.co) – animated motion data may not be redistributed”. The model must be of your own original content and any attempt to use this allowance for the reselling of animated motion data for profit is not allowed.
Finally, you will have to download the relevant animated motion data results while on the Producer plan or Professional plan.
Can I modify the motion animation and sell them as my own?
No. The amount of modification is too hard to specify, and allowing this will invite abuse. Therefore any selling of our motion results, even if modified, is prohibited.
Can I apply motion results to a model and make it available under the Creative Commons license?
Unfortunately not. The creative commons license is incompatible with the RADiCAL platform. You can, however, provide links in your project files for the motion results that are needed for it to work. This will enable users to download the motion results themselves.
What happens if I have reached or exceeded my download playtime?
If you have reached or exceeded your download playtime for a given accounting period, you will not be able to download motion capture files for the first time with respect to results we have delivered for a new video you have just processed. You will only be able to download motion capture files for that video:
- after increasing your download playtime limit, for example by upgrading your account; or
- by waiting until your next accounting period begins, when your download playtime is automatically replenished.
In any event, you will still be able to download motion capture files with respect to results that you have previously downloaded. These results, and their corresponding motion capture files, are now unlocked and additional downloads will not consume additional download playtime.
You’re not offering the kind of deal I am looking for. What should I do?
We may be able to help. Ping us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org