Reply To: Place video online for parents to buy & download


Unfortunately you’re in a Catch 22 situation: you don’t want your work copied by the wrong person but you do want it copied by your client. You can put the material on Dropbox, for example, but the minute you give out the URL to one person you make it potentially available to everyone that person knows.

One way around this is to have the video fee built into the dance company’s fee. Every parent pays @25 above the price of enrolling in the class, for example, and every parent is entitled to download the show from Dropbox. The dance company then cuts you a check for the fifty parents whose child is in the classes.

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