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Today a HUGE legal change is underway in the video markets. In 1973, a landmark copyright decision went on record that said that any intellectual property becomes protected in theory when the person has the idea or expression that is unique. But that definition is under fire as being impossible and unfair to apply by laws. For instance, books that are out of print can be copied in whole or part and resold as original material, while any small part of a music score, whether on paper or in magnetic or digital media, can not be duplicated witouth being liable to its creator. The old process was sensable for the times, but the times were far before computers made it possible to produce and distribute by internet. It looks as though older videos no longer being claimed by the studio may fall into public domain.

Those public domain laws are rarely enforced. Technically, every time you hear a work of music while sitting in a diner, the music better be on the live radio broadcast and not recorded, or it is illegal. However, I myself have workd in family restaurants that use playloop recorded music with frequent visits from fire and police authorites, and nothing was ever found objectionable. Perhaps justice is blind, but more often it's a matter of paying off the bribe that she then calles a tax or community benefit contribution. This subject, which falls under the umbrella of the digital promise, spans many subject that I will do tutorials about on this site, as is my style of commerce.

I have software to add 3 dimensional backgrounds, to convert from PAL and VHS to Hi-DEF and even 4000x2000 format, just coming to monitors and TV. I have access to several HI-Def 60P digital video cameras and much audio processing power here in Wisconsin. Obviously, this site is about Expeditionary Travel. However, the expedition part has a lot of hollywood. Canada has been the eastern center for post-processing of digital media being generated in the United States. But as a larger customer base and weaker immigration and border control standards are allowing this hi-tech industry to actually migrate back into the United States and closer to the lives and hands of the people who buy them.

While there is no Napster for video, it is likely that there will be if there must be, just to prove it can be done. More and more the executive branch is deciding what laws get enforced and which do not, and so congress itself and the new standard of free inflows of corporate money will ensure a continued tug of war between the interests of large marketers and free market diversified interests. As history shows with the prohibition and states rights federal regulations, more federal stonewalling without the extensive resources that law enforcement requires always leads to greater free market supply and lower prices with perhaps greater risks of buying overpriced underquality merchandise. And that, is where web sites like this one make their mark, even if they have not found an easy way to monitize their services.


Today a HUGE legal change is underway in the video markets. In 1973, a landmark copyright decision went on record that said that any intellectual property becomes protected in theory when the person has the idea or expression that is unique. But that definition is under fire as being impossible and unfair to apply by laws. For instance, books that are out of print can be copied in whole or part and resold as original material, while any small part of a music score, whether on paper or in magnetic or digital media, can not be duplicated witouth being liable to its creator. The old process was sensable for the times, but the times were far before computers made it possible to produce and distribute by internet. It looks as though older videos no longer being claimed by the studio may fall into public domain.

Those public domain laws are rarely enforced. Technically, every time you hear a work of music while sitting in a diner, the music better be on the live radio broadcast and not recorded, or it is illegal. However, I myself have workd in family restaurants that use playloop recorded music with frequent visits from fire and police authorites, and nothing was ever found objectionable. Perhaps justice is blind, but more often it's a matter of paying off the bribe that she then calles a tax or community benefit contribution. This subject, which falls under the umbrella of the digital promise, spans many subject that I will do tutorials about on this site, as is my style of commerce.

I have software to add 3 dimensional backgrounds, to convert from PAL and VHS to Hi-DEF and even 4000x2000 format, just coming to monitors and TV. I have access to several HI-Def 60P digital video cameras and much audio processing power here in Wisconsin. Obviously, this site is about Expeditionary Travel. However, the expedition part has a lot of hollywood. Canada has been the eastern center for post-processing of digital media being generated in the United States. But as a larger customer base and weaker immigration and border control standards are allowing this hi-tech industry to actually migrate back into the United States and closer to the lives and hands of the people who buy them.

While there is no Napster for video, it is likely that there will be if there must be, just to prove it can be done. More and more the executive branch is deciding what laws get enforced and which do not, and so congress itself and the new standard of free inflows of corporate money will ensure a continued tug of war between the interests of large marketers and free market diversified interests. As history shows with the prohibition and states rights federal regulations, more federal stonewalling without the extensive resources that law enforcement requires always leads to greater free market supply and lower prices with perhaps greater risks of buying overpriced underquality merchandise. And that, is where web sites like this one make their mark, even if they have not found an easy way to monitize their services.