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Flavio G. García
Do I need permission from Adobe or Apple to sell books and tutorials?
on May 21, 2012 at 9:57:46 am

I've been teaching Avid, Final Cut Pro 7 and X, Premiere Pro, Color, Motion and After Effects since 2009.

I'm not a school or a company, but a freelance and independent teacher.

I'm planning to write a manual for FCP X and another one for Premiere Pro CS6, to sell them in Amazon.

I'm also planning to create video tutorials and sell them.

All these materials would be only in Spanish.

The reason to do this, is because my students ask me to.

So, that´s the question.

Do I need and official permission from Adobe or Apple to create all this?

Regards.

Flavio G. García

Flavio G. Garcia


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Shane Ross
Re: Do I need permission from Adobe or Apple to sell books and tutorials?
on May 21, 2012 at 1:55:48 pm

Nope. You can write those and. Of need their permission. In fact, they want his to be done. So more people will lead. To use their software.

Shane
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Gary Huff
Re: Do I need permission from Adobe or Apple to sell books and tutorials?
on May 21, 2012 at 3:38:53 pm

[Shane Ross] "Nope. You can write those and. Of need their permission. In fact, they want his to be done. So more people will lead. To use their software."

Using a mobile device to post, eh? :-p


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Bill Davis
Re: Do I need permission from Adobe or Apple to sell books and tutorials?
on May 21, 2012 at 4:01:49 pm

[Gary Huff] "Using a mobile device to post, eh? :-p"

Mobile device "auto correct" - chief blessing or chief curse of the modern age....

discuss....

(grin)

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Steve Connor
Re: Do I need permission from Adobe or Apple to sell books and tutorials?
on May 21, 2012 at 4:19:49 pm

[Bill Davis] "Mobile device "auto correct" - chief blessing or chief curse of the modern age....
"


It has an "off" switch :)

Steve Connor
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Shane Ross
Re: Do I need permission from Adobe or Apple to sell books and tutorials?
on May 21, 2012 at 4:36:20 pm

This is what happens when my laptop is unusable.

Stupid iPhone.

Shane
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Andy Neil
Re: Do I need permission from Adobe or Apple to sell books and tutorials?
on May 21, 2012 at 7:48:25 pm

It's kinda fun looking at the auto-corrected sentence and trying to figure out exactly what he was trying to say.

Andy

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Jules bowman
Re: Do I need permission from Adobe or Apple to sell books and tutorials?
on May 21, 2012 at 8:37:44 pm

He was actually trying to order two pints of lager and a packet of pork scratchings down his local. That's how omnipotent iosx is these days. There is no escape!


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Shane Ross
Re: Do I need permission from Adobe or Apple to sell books and tutorials?
on May 21, 2012 at 9:01:29 pm

I was posting at 6:15 am and really not quite awake yet.

Now where are my pork rinds?

Shane
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Greg Andonian
Re: Do I need permission from Adobe or Apple to sell books and tutorials?
on May 21, 2012 at 8:52:00 pm

iPhone auto-correct- from the company that brought you the magnetic timeline.
;)

I think what Shane was trying to say is Adobe likes the idea of people making training material, because more people will learn how to use their software.

The issue here is, do you need permission from Adobe to SELL the training material?

(Sent from my HTC Resound )

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Shane Ross
Re: Do I need permission from Adobe or Apple to sell books and tutorials?
on May 21, 2012 at 10:45:25 pm

Yes, you can Sell them

Shane
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Gary Huff
Re: Do I need permission from Adobe or Apple to sell books and tutorials?
on May 21, 2012 at 11:00:09 pm

[Shane Ross] "This is what happens when my laptop is unusable. Stupid iPhone."

Is it sad that I could tell it was specifically autocorrect that was responsible for that post, and not just you being drunk or something?


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Greg Andonian
Re: Do I need permission from Adobe or Apple to sell books and tutorials?
on May 21, 2012 at 11:47:55 pm

Steve Connor [Bill Davis] "Mobile device "auto correct" - chief blessing or chief curse of the modern age....
"

It has an "off" switch :)


It's nice to be able to turn things like this off, for sure- although, there are also times when they're nice to have, especially when you're typing something that's going to be up for a while or displayed repeatedly.

For example- you wouldn't want to unknowingly misspell the last word of a sentence that's going to be displayed every time you post on a forum. :)

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Flavio G. García
Re: Do I need permission from Adobe or Apple to sell books and tutorials?
on May 23, 2012 at 12:13:38 am

Thanks Shane and the other for your answers.

I too write mobile phone. Difficult sometimes. To write. Thank.

You.

Flavio.

;)

Flavio G. Garcia


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