If netflix with their millions of customer acccounts cannot get games into use, what chance do ordinary game developers have to get market interested of the provided technology? Normal game devs simply do not have large marketing organisations available. And collecting email addresses and sending millions of spam emails is not a respectable marketing strategy.
This isn't a claim. It's response to the idiotic messages which do not provide evidence whatsoever for their claims.
So here you basically demonstrate a lack of understanding of others’ comments as well as copyright law.So now your own opinions are forbidden? If I actually have better and more extensive experience creating copyrighted works, that experience somehow should not be used in a discussion about copyright? Other people simply failed to create copyrighted works, (or they're hiding them under matress, which doesn't really count)...
So stop saying that people should be censored with extra copyright, chump.It's careful balancing act whether to follow copyright rules or some other rules that might conflict with copyright. For example user interfaces have a rule that you shouldn't stretch the comfortable area of the users, but that usually requires cloning other people's user interface instead of inventing completely new ones. Basically users can only stand incremental improvements to user interfaces instead of complete overhaul of the user interface.. Copyright obviously doesn't like cloning. This way copyright is censoring the practices that users are demanding. Of course the correct alternative is to do your own market research by asking users what they expect from the user interface instead of cloning someone else's answer to the question.
[Asserts facts not in evidence]If its not yet in evidence, you should just update your evidence list now that the bluff has been called.
So not only is your software nothing compared to Unity, Blender, et al., but it’s a cryptoscam as well?Yes, that's what they call web sites with a monetizing popup window that contains a link to opensea.
anonymous coward is already losing his ability to speak. Whoosh sound comes only when ability to speak is being inhibited. This is clearly a form of censorship.
You’re more likely to fall for a crack phone call or text message than actually find a crypto scam.You can easily find a cryptoscam, just point your browser to https://meshpage.org But there's fine line between actual scam and a genuine product announcement. If I spent 10 years to prepare for the product to customers, can you any longer call it a scam? The customers are actually receiving valuable (==burdensome to create) product as exchange for their hard earned cash.
that I’m guilty of contributory infringement if the purchaser of the device I sold to CeX uses it to download copyrighted material?Yes. Product design is tricky business, you actually need to balance many competing interests, including the one from RIAA/MPAA. No product can please all customers, but some rules and regulations are more important than others, and those important ones will be encoded to the laws of the country. If your product has problems fulfilling basic legal statues, maybe you shouldn't be attempting to create a product for mass market. Maybe a product for legal experts might be more suitable.
Anonymous Cowards are part of criminal organisation called Anonymous
It isn't required that inventor is part of MAFIAA. It's enough that MAFIAA paid significant lump sum of money to the inventor for a permission to use the technology in their products.
According to Paramount themselves, a movie is stolen when it’s downloaded without payment even if it’s in the public domain.public domain works can have valid copyright claims on them.
We’ve no need to invent such a systemIf the smart people in RIAA/MPAA also decided that they have no need to develop such system, we wouldn't have "surround sound" available at all. Your decisions have consiquences that you simply cannot see beforehand. If you decide to not develop the next generation technology, soon you'll notice that the people who developed the previous generation tech are all dead by now, and you decided not to develop your own tech at all. The kids/the people where future is at are not yet mature enough to develop anything on their own, so it's your responsibility to keep technology bleeding edge moving forward. Otherwise we simply don't have the technology that we need.
Walmart is american company, so fraud is expected from them.
“That whooosh sound you hear is the wind going in one of TP’s ear and out the other”So you invented speaker system where you can change the direction that the sound is coming from? I think that's too advanced technology for you.
I dont think you have any idea what exactly talent is. HINT: its not the same as what they have in "america's got talent" -tv show.
But an animation which has had time and effort put into its creation can be, and 15 is not too young to start building a portfolio for a creative career, which include a YouTube career these days..This url http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?p=1543756 shows what happens to stuff created in 1994. This is the first person who thinks that mega motion game that I created for amiga was actually good game. Noone looking at my portfolio is going to find this message from the flood of thousands of similar messages. They would need to find the needle from the haystack. I just follow what has happened to the technologies that I created, so I can find it, but it's no use for my portfolio. I don't expect 15 year old children to be any more luck than what I can do myself.
you mean Dibsney putting wordmarks on the titles of Public Domain fairytales,Copyright is not attached to the mere idea of whatever the fairytale is. But when you invest your money and effort to create a movie and you get some tangible expression out of from your idea, copyright attaches to the tangible expression. The fairytale still isn't protected, the copyright only attaches to the particular expression of the idea. So it means copying the movie is forbidden, but telling your friends about the fairytale is still allowed. Your friends just are not allowed to take the movie without compensation and watch/distribute it to their friends, even if that particular expression is awesome. So if you tell the fairytale without referring to the end result movie, it's all ok. It's only when you link your friends to the pirated movie that you're doing illegal stuff.
So why do you offer them a toy, when Synfig Studio and Blender allow real animation in 2d and 3d spaces, and allow them to create works that would be useful in their portfolio.Lol, so you think the children are in need of portfolio items? Noone is going to remember what the kids did when they were 15 years old, and some random animations are not suitable as portfolio items. The world didn't recognize our work in 68000 assembler for commercial amiga games, so why do you think the kids are going to benefit from some random animations in their portfolio?
somehow your priorities are wrong when you call following the law/implementing copyright law's requirements as malice. The people who did not bother to follow the law are bigger problems than what you find copyright owners implementing limitations to the software.