Youtube Collaboration


If I have sent you a link to this page it means that I would like to collaborate with you on a Youtube video project. Keep reading to learn about the details.

On March 19, 2014, I have posted an article named Liberal vs. conservative activism on this blog, and now I would like to convert this article into a Youtube video.

It goes without saying, that you should first read that article to determine if you are interested in this project. Then continue reading below.


Still willing to join forces?

The video will be animated with Muvizu animation software. I will do this work. The script will basically be just a film adaptation of the original article.

However, to make the final video better and more interesting, here is what I need:

1) A female “voice actor” that will record the spoken word

2) A song(s) that I can use for intro/background/outro music (only part of the song will be used)


Terms of collaboration

If you are willing to work with me on this project, you will have to give me permission to use your audio (voice recording or your song) free of charge in this video.

I will have the full copyright of the final video.

You will be credited at the end of the video, together with link(s) to your website and/or other web addresses of your choice (e.g. Twitter, Facebook…).

I will release the video under Creative Commons license, more precisely, under Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-ND 4.0) license. Read the license terms here:

That means that anybody (including you) will have the right to put the final video on their own Youtube channel (or share it in any medium or format, for any purpose, even commercially), provided that they give appropriate credit and don’t edit it or change it in any way. (I intend to put the final video on my Youtube channel, too).

For a quick overview of Creative Commons licenses, watch this video:


Final remarks

Since the main theme of this video is going to be political activism, I decided to put the narration as if spoken by a fictional female action hero/activist. I will not reveal the plot spoilers, suffice to say that the closing point of the video will be that we need more accountability in government. (There won’t be much “action” anyway, as our heroine will just be speaking through most of the video).

Here is an example of how a scene from a Muvizu video might look like:

Lady and the policeman

If you are ready to work with me on this project, please contact me through my personal e-mail address (if you know it), or use my contact information on this page:


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