Okay! So I'm a CGI animator looking for background music for my animations, I'll post my understanding of the content policy as it pertains to this question ( http://www.ocremix.org/info/Content_Policy ) and then someone correct me if I'm wrong.
Basically, in derivative works I can use the remixes in any animation I like so long as I provide clear attribution of the remix to www.ocremix.org and the author of the remix.
My idea was to put,while my own copyright to the animation (and characters within it) was displaying in one corner, put the credits in the opposite corner.
Okay, so here's where I have a gray area and want to ask.
I'll be rendering my animations at 640x480 or 800x600 (likely the former) for distribution without charge online. Eventually I may want to release a DVD (or by that time a blu-ray disk) with high definition animations on it. If I did so, I'd be charging - for the compilation of high definition animations - more than just distribution costs. Especially since it is exponential in computing time to render at higher definitions.
Of course, credits would still be displayed at the start. The only difference would be the higher definition and higher quality settings.
Would it still be within the licensing terms to keep the remixes present in the high definition animations, even though the high-def ones wouldn't be available for free?
Also, if I decided to add exclusive animations to the compilation DVD, would I be allowed to use OCremix songs in it?
Thanks for the help! It's so hard to find decent music that they don't charge a huge amount to use in not-for-profit animations. =(