Hello, As some of you know, I created a nice little Flash tutorial on OAR (http://www.ryanwright.com/ht/oar.shtml) and am working on an upgraded, more accurate, more detailed interactive version. However, I have some questions regarding legal issues. First, just how do I go about getting permission to use audio & video clips? Second, if I don't get permission, just how much trouble am I going to be in? This is a not-for-profit Flash tutorial and will not be sold by any means whatsoever. Full credit will be given in a "copyright" section to all studios & artists whose work I include. So far, I've got a full minute of audio from a "Moby" track and plan to include a minute or two of video from various DVDs (scaled way down, of course, so it doesn't take all day to download). None of the audio/video will be anywhere near a "complete copy" of any work - I'm just using it to spice up this tutorial. If I was just making this for a few people to look at, I wouldn't worry about it, but based on the inital response here, enough people are going to see this new version that I fear getting a letter from some studio's law firm. So, do any of you "armchair lawyers" have any advice for me? ------------------ -Ryan (http://www.ryanwright.com ) Before you criticize someone, walk a mile in their shoes. That way, when you do criticize them, you'll be a mile away and you'll have their shoes.