Yes, the use of a music title from the Proud Music Library in a promotional video that would be uploaded to Facebook is allowed. It makes no difference whether the video is uploaded to a video portal and then, eventually to Facebook, or whether the video is directly uploaded to said social network. Facebook is treated by us just like all other social networks: as a video portal. It is merely important that the advertising link from the promotional video license (so called pre-, mid-, and post rolls) are excluded. The license, however, has not time limitation and is always valid for one spot and one language version.
Sync rights refer to the license provided in order to be able to synchronize music to a video, film, commercial, or the like. In this way, a song can be paired with the particular genre without limitations for the licensing period without having to pay for performing rights. In order to be able to combine the two, it is also necessary to acquire proper permission, the film manufacturing rights, for example.
At Proud Music, we have cleared synchronization rights with our authors, so our clients may obtain the license of a title online from our library easily, without having to pay for expensive manufacturing rights.