Peter Quint / PQ Houdini moving to youtube

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Vimeo have started enforcing the rule that if you make tutorials for a product, even if you are not associated with the product's owner, and don't make money from the tutorials, you need a PRO account. So after six years on Vimeo I have a choice: to charge for videos to help meet the high cost of a PRO subscription, or move off Vimeo.

I hope to have all the content back up within a week or two.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCadDnwVUjIgXmq9XeLV05wQ [youtube.com]
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I asked Vimeo about this as I also have many tutorials on there. This was the reply.


Sorry for any confusion! The only content that really requires a PRO account would be videos used for commercial gain. So if you’re selling access to these tutorial videos, then you’ll need a PRO account for sure and that has always been the case.

But if you’re making tutorials that are free to use, you can use any account type for that.
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Vimeo have now been said the same to me in an email so the axe is lifted. This followed two weeks of reminders that if I didn't upgrade my account would be suspended.

In any case thank you for the support. I will try to keep videos on both YouTube and Vimeo in future.
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peter !

here I want to thank you for all your great tutorials ans efforts.
I learned so much from you.
god bless you man!
I always look forward hearing from you doing great work.
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