Thank You Steve.
Short answer but the only I was in hope to hear
But! (maby wrong forum for this... anyway...)
Because I am not good enough in understanding even polish language of law, I still have some doubts.
My doubts ar about replicating DVD-Video.
As we know DVD it's coded in MPEG-2 and PrE 9 EULA sais:
16.15 MPEG-2 DISTRIBUTION. The following notice applies to Software containing MPEG-2 import and
export functionality: USE OF THIS PRODUCT OTHER THAN CONSUMER PERSONAL USE IN ANY
MANNER THAT COMPLIES WITH THE MPEG-2 STANDARD FOR ENCODING VIDEO INFORMATION FOR
PACKAGED MEDIA IS EXPRESSLY PROHIBITED WITHOUT A LICENSE UNDER APPLICABLE PATENTS IN
THE MPEG-2 PATENT PORTFOLIO, WHICH LICENSE IS AVAILABLE FROM MPEG LA, L.L.C. 250 STEELE
STREET, SUITE 300 DENVER, COLORADO 80206.
So I went to MPEG-2LA site and took a glance at list of licencees as follow:
and there was no replication studio that I will use.
I affraid because an answer for FAQ on MPEG-2LA says:
Q: How do I know if my DVD disc replicator or duplicator is licensed for use of MPEG-2 technology under essential MPEG-2 patents?
A: Content providers and others that contract for DVD Video disc replication and duplication services have liability for patent infringement when they deal with unlicensed replicators and duplicators. But since most DVD disc replicators and duplicators are licensed, it is not difficult to do business with those who are meeting their obligations. For a list of DVD Video disc replicators and duplicators who are meeting their patent licensing obligations, please go to the current list of MPEG-2 Licensees in Good Standing located here.
So my short question is:
Does it mean if I deal with my replication studio that may have not any license for MPEG-2 i will break the law?
I would recommend you contact Adobe about this, Adam. It's beyond my understanding of the law.
Well I just thought to give it a try.
Law is not for artists
Thanks, case closed.