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Message 14698 - Posted: 29 Aug 2016, 14:53:42 UTC
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This session has been rejected because of the set of licenses that has been applied to it by the uploader. You cannot claim copyright on the scene when it isn't yours. Also, the selected license (CC-BY-NC-ND) on the output is less open than the original license under which the scene was published by its creator (CC-BY-NC). Since the upload is very close to, if not identical with, the original work of Pepeland - and hence does not really constitute a derivative work at all - it kinda breaks the spirit of the Creative Commons to redistribute it under a more narrow license even though it is technically probably not a problem because the original license did not carry a "Share-Alike" clause.

Furthermore the rendered result with music can be seen here and is worth a watch if you have 30secs of time:
BlendSwap: For you
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Message 14699 - Posted: 29 Aug 2016, 15:21:56 UTC - in response to Message 14698.  

I understand your explanation but I would understand how the application works with boinc burp , whatever the uploaded file . So do you have a fairly large file that is free and of course without license?
Know that I am new to your applicaiton BURP .
Thank you for your comprehension. cordially
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Message 14700 - Posted: 29 Aug 2016, 16:15:05 UTC
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There is nothing particularly different on the site when you are the one uploading a session as compared to part-taking in the rendering. You get to see the same things and you have access to the same parts of the site as everyone else.
When your file is accepted you get assigned a page like this where you can follow the progress. Once it is complete you can download the preview video clips from the download tab or use CATS to download the raw files. Everyone can do this.

You can try it out with some of the sessions from the Session Gallery if you like.

When it comes to uploading a file I suggest you try out Blender and make a small animation yourself - it is a lot more fun and a very nice learning experience. There are some really good tutorials in Youtube in case you are new to Blender too.
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