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Although a little time consuming I was able to download the video by finding the source of the material posted on "Mormon Messages" IE a conference talk for example. When the material cannot be downloaded it cannot be used in a class because the church network connection either blocks the site and/or is too slow. Hence I can only use downloaded material to maintain a smooth class presentation.
I want to download "An Apostle's Easter Thoughts on Christ" (an excerpt of Elder Holland's conference talk, "And then there were none"). But this Mormon Message is not on iTunes. Why would that be copyrighted and not downloadable? The full talk itself is.
Brycecook wrote:The full talk itself is [copyrighted].
The copyright of material, in this case the copyright of the complete talk, applies to any portion (excerpt) of the talk. Permission must be obtained to release even the excerpt from the copyright restrictions, or at least grant public distribution.
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