Our vision at Go Chatter is to serve churches with helpful video content. We know that services have changed a lot in 2020. You may be wondering what you’re allowed to do with the video content you download free, make or buy from Go Chatter. We hope the details below will be helpful. If you have any other questions please feel free to email: email@example.com
Content videos refer to videos that are downloaded from www.gochattervideos.com which aren’t music videos.
You are welcome to use the videos from this site whether free or paid within your:
For online services the video you downloaded should be part of a complete online church service of no less than 20mins.
Please do not upload the video by itself to your own YouTube Channel, Facebook page or group, or elsewhere on the internet. If you want to share a particular video online. Please find the content creators original version on YouTube or Facebook and share that rather than re-uploading.
You are welcome to use music lyric videos from this site within your:
For online services the music lyric video should be part of a complete online church service of no less than 20mins, comprising no more than 60% musical content. (Exceptions to this are made for online carol services where the musical content can be up to 80%)
The various Music Lyric video pages contain details on each page about what is permitted. The main difference is whether the song is in public domain or not.
For example, this lyric video is to a song that is in the public domain. Therefore you don’t require a CCLI license to play or stream it.
Whereas this lyric video is not in the public domain and you do require the correct CCLI license for your church
Please do not upload a music lyric video by itself to your own YouTube Channel, Facebook page or group, or elsewhere on the internet.
You are welcome to use customisable videos you create on our sister site www.gochattercustomvideos.com in your:
The customisable videos are your videos to help you promote events or to use in services. Unlike the other two video types above you are absolutely encouraged to upload the video in it’s entirety by itself to online social media.
You are of course welcome to include the video as part of longer online or offline services but you don’t have to. It’s your video that you created – please use it however best for engaging your community.
We hope these use cases are helpful and explain what you are allowed to do. If you have a situation that falls outside of these boundaries please just get in touch with us to ask: firstname.lastname@example.org