A few months back Microsoft decided to
Everyone knows how popular Halo vids are on YouTube. Halo does so well that some Halo commentators may make some 'change' off of their videos.
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Both Rooster Teeth and Machinima have held our normal commercial licenses for years (and others can reach out to us for commercial licenses as well), so rest assured they will continue to exist as you know them. The majority of everything the community makes currently is fine, as long as they are not basically running a big Halo-based business or using Halo as if the IP was its own property. That actually isn’t a change to our policy, simply a clarification and update of the dry legal language, and as we’ve mentioned, even that “new” language was actually updated months ago. We don’t have squads of lawyers waiting in the wings to go after folks making machinima, or showing off their skills in Halo. Basically it’s business as usual.So if you want to make videos just go on as you always have. Unless you had ads on your videos or were making profit from them in some other way(not exactly sure on that last bit). Then you need to get partnered up.
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