Our YouTube policy only applies to Insomniac owned IPs, as listed below. While Ratchet & Clank (PS4) is not included in our policy (see Sony Interactive Entertainment’s policy) – we wanted to make a special note about this title. When playing Ratchet & Clank (PS4), certain cinematics containing movie footage from the feature film are blocked from PS4’s capturing and streaming. Please be advised, posting these scenes from the film online (via use of an outside capture card) may result in copyright / monetization claims from the holder of the film rights.
*The following ONLY applies to IP owned by Insomniac Games, Inc. This includes Fuse, Sunset Overdrive, Edge of Nowhere, Song of the Deep, Feral Rites, The Unspoken, and Stormland. For anything related to other games we developed, you must check with the proper IP holders. Activision for Spyro the Dragon and Sony Interactive Entertainment America for Resistance and Ratchet & Clank titles. Sony Interactive Entertainment and Marvel for Marvel’s Spider-Man.
Insomniac Games, Inc. grants permission for the use of in-game audio and video (including trailer footage) for “Let’s Play”, “Preview”, “Review” and/or “Commentary”-style videos on YouTube, Twitch.tv, or other video/streaming sites. We also grant permission to use said assets for fan made trailers and short films. This includes ad-supported/monetized channels/videos. The creator may use the in-game audio and video for as many videos as desired. In-game audio and soundtrack cannot be used without the corresponding in-game video footage. Video, however, can be used without the audio track.
We ask that you credit Insomniac Games for the footage and link to insomniac.games OR the specific game section of our website. If you are using any soundtrack outside of captured gameplay, specific permission is required. Ie- Music used in our trailers may require permission from the artist unless you are using your own audio tracks.
Lastly, we grant permission to use our in-game audio and video (including trailer footage) for education purposes and/or student projects. Again we ask to be credited and linked in the video description.