SONGBIRD SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE DOWNLOADING, INSTALLING OR USING PHILIPS SONGBIRD. PHILIPS SONGBIRD MEANS SONGBIRD MEDIA PLAYER SOFTWARE AND ITS ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTATION (“SONGBIRD MEDIA PLAYER”) AND THE SONGBIRD ADD-ON SOFTWARE AND ITS ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTATION (ANY AND ALL OF THE FORGOING THE “SONGBIRD SOFTWARE”) DISTRIBUTED BY PHILIPS ELECTRONICS HONG KONG LIMITED. THE SONGBIRD SOFTWARE DOES NOT INCLUDE THIRD-PARTY ADD-ONS(AS DEFINED IN SECTION 4 BELOW). WITHOUT LIMITING SECTION 11 BELOW, NEITHER Pioneers of the Inevitable, Inc. (“POTI”) NOR PHILIPS ELECTRONICS HONG KONG LIMITED AND ITS AFFILIATES (COLLECTIVELY REFERRED TO AS “PHILIPS”) ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE OPERATION OF ANY THIRD-PARTY ADD-ON OR YOUR USE THEREOF AND NEITHER POTI NOR PHILIPS WILL HAVE ANY LIABILITY TO YOU RELATED THERETO.

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2.      Restrictions. Except as expressly specified in this Agreement, you may not: (a) copy or modify the Songbird Software; (b) transfer, sublicense, lease, lend, rent or otherwise distribute the Songbird Software to any third party; (c) make the functionality of the Songbird Software available to multiple users through any means, including, without limitation, by uploading the Songbird Software to a network or file-sharing service or through any hosting, application services provider, service bureau or any other type of services; or (d) use the Songbird Software in any unlawful manner, for any unlawful purpose, or in any manner inconsistent with this Agreement. You acknowledge and agree that portions of the Songbird Software, including, without limitation, the source code and the specific design and structure of individual modules or programs, constitute or contain trade secrets of POTI and its licensors. Accordingly, you agree not to disassemble, decompile or otherwise reverse engineer any components of the Songbird Software provided in object code or any other POTI products or services, in whole or in part, or permit or authorize a third party to do so, except to the extent such activities are expressly permitted by law notwithstanding this prohibition.

2.      Proprietary Rights. The Songbird Media Player and Songbird Software are licensed, not sold. You agree that POTI owns all right, title and interest in and to the Songbird Media Player and Songbird Software, including without limitation all intellectual property rights therein. The Songbird Media Player and Songbird Software are protected by United States copyright law and international treaties. You will not delete or in any manner alter the copyright, trademark, and other proprietary rights notices or markings appearing on the Songbird Software as delivered to you.

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4.      Third-Party Add-Ons. The Songbird website may contain user generated add-ons (including any add-ons uploaded, posted or submitted to the Songbird website by a third party) (“Third-Party Add-Ons”). Your use of any Third-Party Add-On is subject to any terms and conditions provided with such Third-Party Add-On. You assume all responsibility and risk of use of any Third-Party Add-On and POTI hereby disclaims any and all liability to you or any third party related thereto. POTI does not have any obligation to examine or scan Third-Party Add-Ons, for any purpose, and is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, appropriateness or legality of any Third-Party Add-On. The fact that a Third-Party Add-On is available from the Songbird website is not an endorsement, authorization or representation of POTI’s affiliation with any third party, nor is it an endorsement of such Third-Party Add-On and you hereby waive, any legal or equitable rights or remedies you have or may have against POTI with respect thereto.

5.      Term and Termination.

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6.      Representations and Warranties. You agree to comply with all applicable laws, rules and regulations when using the Songbird Software. You will not use the Songbird Media Player or Songbird Software to infringe anyone’s copyrights.

7.      No Obligation. POTI is not obligated to maintain or support the Songbird Media Player or Songbird Software, or to provide you with updates, fixes, or services related thereto.

8.      Government Users. Any use, duplication, or disclosure of the Songbird Software by the U.S. government is subject to the restrictions as set forth in this Agreement and as provided in DFARS 227.7202-1(a) and 227.7202-3(a) (1995), DFARS 252.227-7013(c)(1)(ii) (OCT 1988), FAR 12.212(a) (1995), FAR 52.227-19, or FAR 52.227-14 (ALT III), as applicable. Manufacturer is Pioneers of the Inevitable, Inc.

9.      Export Laws. You agree to comply fully with all U.S. export laws and regulations to ensure that neither the Songbird Software nor any technical data related thereto nor any direct product thereof are exported or re-exported directly or indirectly in violation of, or used for any purposes prohibited by, such laws and regulations.

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11.   Limitations of Liability. IN NO EVENT WILL POTI OR PHILIPS BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR ANY DIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, EXEMPLARY, PUNITIVE OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING LOSS OF USE, DATA, BUSINESS OR PROFITS) OR FOR THE COST OF PROCURING SUBSTITUTE PRODUCTS ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT OR THE USE OF THE SONGBIRD MEDIA PLAYER, SONGBIRD SOFTWARE AND ANY THIRD-PARTY ADD-ONS, WHETHER SUCH LIABILITY ARISES FROM ANY CLAIM BASED UPON CONTRACT, WARRANTY, TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), STRICT LIABILITY OR OTHERWISE, AND WHETHER OR NOT POTI OR PHILIPS HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH LOSS OR DAMAGE. THE FOREGOING LIMITATIONS WILL SURVIVE AND APPLY EVEN IF ANY LIMITED REMEDY SPECIFIED IN THIS AGREEMENT IS FOUND TO HAVE FAILED OF ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE. IN ANY CASE, POTI’S OR PHILIPS’ ENTIRE LIABILITY UNDER ANY PROVISION OF THIS AGREEMENT SHALL NOT EXCEED THE AMOUNTS OF THE FEES THAT YOU PAID FOR THE SONGBIRD MEDIA PLAYER AND SONGBIRD SOFTWARE (IF ANY). SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.

12.   General Provisions. This Agreement will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of California, without regard to or application of conflicts of law rules or principles. The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods will not apply. You may not assign or transfer this Agreement or any rights granted hereunder, by operation of law or otherwise, without POTI’s prior written consent, and any attempt by you to do so, without such consent, will be void and of no effect. Except as expressly set forth in this Agreement, the exercise by either party of any of its remedies under this Agreement will be without prejudice to its other remedies under this Agreement or otherwise. Any notice or other communications to be given under this Agreement will be in writing and given (a) by POTI via email (in each case to the address that you provide), (b) posting on the Songbird website located at http://www.songbirdnest.com or (c) by you via email to support@songbirdnest.com or such addresses POTI may specify in writing. The date of receipt will be deemed the date on which such notice is transmitted. The failure by either party to enforce any provision of this Agreement will not constitute a waiver of future enforcement of that or any other provision. Any waiver, modification or amendment of any provision of this Agreement will be effective only if in writing and signed by authorized representatives of both parties. If any provision of this Agreement is held to be unenforceable or invalid, that provision will be enforced to the maximum extent possible and the other provisions will remain in full force and effect. This Agreement is the complete and exclusive understanding and agreement between the parties regarding its subject matter, and supersedes all proposals, understandings or communications between the parties, oral or written, regarding its subject matter, unless you and POTI have executed a separate agreement.

13.   Contact Information. If you have any questions regarding this Agreement, you may contact POTI at support@songbirdnest.com.

14.   Third Party Software. The Songbird Software is distributed with certain third party code that is licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (“LGPL”) and/or other open source licenses (“Open Source Code”), and Open Source Code is licensed in accordance with the applicable open source licenses. A copy of the LGPL and other applicable Open Source Licenses is included in this agreement. For a period of three years from the date of your purchase of the Software. POTI will at your request provide to you a copy of the source code for the code licensed under the LGPL, including any modifications made by POTI.  Please submit requests via mail to:  ATTN: POTI LGPL License Request, 2 Shaw Street, Second Floor, San Francisco, CA 94105.  Please include your email address as well as a physical mailing address so that we may get back in touch with you. POTI may charge reasonable shipping and handling charges for such distribution. To the extent that any of the terms and conditions of this Agreement conflict with any such open source licenses, the conflicting terms and conditions shall not apply to the corresponding Open Source Code. Third party software used in Songbird:

1.      FLAC libraries are distributed under the BSD License
2.      gettext is distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License v2.1
3.      GLib is distributed under the GNU Library Lesser General Public License v2.0.
4.      CD lookup data is provided by Gracenote and subject to the Gracenote terms and conditions. If the Gracenote Addon is installed and used to perform album art lookups, portions of the content is copyright © Gracenote or its providers.
5.      GStreamer is distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License v2.0 and v2.1
6.      libgpod is distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License v2.0
7.      libiconv is distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License v2.1
8.      Ogg is distributed under the Xiph.Org License
9.      Vorbis is distributed under the Xiph.Org License
10.   Theora is distributed under the Xiph.Org License
11.   SQLite is in the public domain.
12.   TagLib is distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License v2.0
13.   XULRunner is copyright © 2007 Mozilla Foundation and is distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License v2.1
14.   zlib is distributed under the zlib license.
15.   Windows Media Digital Rights Management is distributed under the WM-DRM License Agreement. By using Songbird, you are agreeing to be bound by the terms of the WM-DRM License Agreement.
16.   Neptune is distributed under the Axiomatic Systems, LLC License.
17.   axTLS is distributed under license by Cameron Rich.
18.   Zlib.h is distributed under license by Jean-Loup Gailly and Mark Adler.
19.   libdlna is distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License.

 

The following is a list of third-party open source packages that are included in the Songbird Player v1.10, along with their license terms.


Project

License

Version

FLAC

BSD
(online ref,
source ref)

1.2.1

gettext

LGPL v2.1
(source ref)

0.14.6 (Mac)
0.14.5 (Win32)
Native (Linux)

Glib

LGPL v2.0
(online ref,
source ref)

2.16.6-1 (Mac, Win32)
Native (Linux)

GStreamer

LGPL v2.0
source ref)

0.10.25+patches

gst-plugins-base

Various;
see notes

0.10.25+patches

gst-plugins-good

Various;
see notes

0.10.16+patches

gst-plugins-bad

Various;
see notes

0.10.16+patches

gst-plugins-ugly

Various;
see notes

0.10.13+patches

libgpod

LGPL v2.0
source ref)

Subversion snapshot (r1766)+patches

libiconv

LGPL v2.1
(online ref,
source ref)

1.9.1 (Win32)
Native (Linux, Mac)

libjpeg

libjpeg license (online ref, source ref)

Release 7

libogg

Xiph BSD-like License
(online ref,
source ref)

1.1.4

libvorbis

Xiph BSD-like License
(online ref,
source ref)

1.2.3+patches

SQLite

Public Domain (online ref
source ref)

3.6.10+patches

Taglib

LGPL v2.0
(online ref,
source ref)

1.6.1+patches

XULRunner

LGPL v2.1
(online ref,
source ref)

1.9.2.3+patches

libtheora

Xiph BSD-like License
(online ref,
source ref)

1.1.1+patches

zlib

zlib
(online ref,
source ref)

1.2.3 (Win32)
Native (Linux, Mac)

Fluendo MP3

Fluendo License


 

GStreamer Plugin Vendor List


Plugin Name

Platforms

Source package + version

License

Source links

acmmp3dec

Windows

gst-plugins-bad 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

acmmp3dec.c

adpcmenc

All

gst-plugins-bad 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

adpcmenc.c

adder

All

gst-plugins-base 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

gstadder.c

aiffparse

All

gst-plugins-bad 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

aiffparse.c

alaw

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.1

alaw.c

alpha

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

gstalpha.c

alphacolor

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

gstalphacolor.c

alsa

Linux

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

gstalsa.c

apetag

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

gstapedemux.c

asf

All

gst-plugins-ugly 0.10.13

LGPL v2.

gstasf.c

audioconvert

All

gst-plugins-base 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

gstaudioconvert.c

audiofx

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

audiofx.c

audiorate

All

gst-plugins-base 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

gstaudiorate.c

audioresample

All

gst-plugins-base 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

gstaudioresample.c

audiotestsrc

All

gst-plugins-base 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

gstaudiotestsrc.c

auparse

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

gstauparse.c

autodetect

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

gstautodetect.c

avi

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

gstavidemux.c

coreelements

All

gstreamer core 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

gstelements.c

coreindexers

All

gstreamer core 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

gstindexers.c

cutter

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

gstcutter.c

decodebin

All

gst-plugins-base 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

gstdecodebin.c

decodebin2

All

gst-plugins-base 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

gstdecodebin2.c

dshowdecwrapper

Windows

gst-plugins-bad 0.10.16

LGPL v2.1

gstdshowaudiodec.cpp, gstdshowvideodec.cpp

dshowvideosink

Windows

gst-plugins-bad 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

gstdshowvideodec.cpp

directdrawsink

Windows

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

gstdirectdrawsink.c

directsoundsink

Windows

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

gstdirectsoundsink.c

effectv

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

gsteffectv.c

equalizer

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

gstiirequalizer.c

ffmpegcolorspace

All

gst-plugins-base 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

gstffmpegcolorspace.c

flac

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

gstflac.c

flxdec

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

gstflxdec.c

gdp

All

gst-plugins-base 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

gstgdp.c

goom

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

gstgoom.c

icydemux

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

gsticydemux.c

id3demux

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

gstid3demux.c

jpeg

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LPGL v2.

gstjpeg.c

level

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

gstlevel.c

matroska

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

matroska.c

mozillasrc

All

gst-plugins-bad 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

mozillasrc.cpp

mpeg4videoparse

All

gst-plugins-bad
0.10.16
 

LGPL v2.

Parsing mpeg4 video headers

-

mpeg4videoparse.c

mpegaudioparse

All

gst-plugins-ugly 0.10.13

LGPL v2.

MPEG1/2 Audio header parsing/seeking support.

gstmpegaudioparse.c

mulaw

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

mu-law audio decoder

-

mulaw.c

multifile

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

File source for reading multiple files.

-

gstmultifile.c

multipart

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

MIME-multipart demuxer

-

multipart.c

ogg

All

gst-plugins-base 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

Ogg file format support.

Links to libogg (Xiph license)

gstogg.c

osxaudio

Mac

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.1

Mac audio output

-

gstosxaudiosink.c

osxvideosink

Mac

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

Mac video output

-

osxvideosink.m

playbin

All

gst-plugins-base 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

Playback of arbitrary URIs

-

gstplaybin2.c

pulse

Linux

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.1

PulseAudio audio output

-

pulsesink.c

queue2

All

gst-plugins-base 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

Generic data queueing

-

gstqueue2.c

qtaudiowrapper

Windows, Mac

gst-plugins-bad 0.10.16

LGPL v2.1

Wrapper for Quicktime audio decoders. Used for ALAC, AAC, AMR, MP3 decoding.

qtaudiowrapper.c

qtvideowrapper

Windows, Mac

gst-plugins-bad 0.10.16

LGPL v2.1

Wrapper for Quicktime video decoders. Used for H.264, MPEG-4 decoding.

qtvideowrapper.c

qtdemux

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

Quicktime file format demuxing

-

qtdemux.c

qtmux

All

gst-plugins-bad 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

Quicktime file format muxing (mp4/mov files)

-

gstqtmux.c

replaygain

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.1

Replaygain calculation and application

-

gstrgvolume.c

rtp

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

RTP payloaders and depayloaders

-

gstrtp.c

rtpmanager

All

Gst-plugins-bad 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

RTP stream management

gstrtpmanager.c

rtsp

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

RTSP network source

-

gstrtsp.c

sdpelem

All

Gst-plugins-bad 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

SDP file format parsing

gstsdpdemux.c

selector

All

Gst-plugins-bad 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

Stream selection from multiple streams from a single source

gstselector.c

smpte

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

Standard SMPTE transition effects for video

-

gstsmpte.c

spectrum

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

Calculate FFT of audio data for later visualisation

-

gstspectrum.c

theora

All

gst-plugins-base 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

Theora decoder

Links to libtheora (Xiph license)

theoradec.c

typefindfunctions

All

gst-plugins-base 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

Stream type detection

-

gsttypefindfunctions.c

Udp

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

UDP network sources/sinks

-

gstudp.c

videobalance

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

Video balance controls

-

gstvideobalance.c

Videobox

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

Adding borders to video

-

gstvideobox.c

Videocrop

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

Cropping video

-

gstvideocrop.c

Videoflip

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

Flipping video images

-

gstvideoflip.c

videomixer

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

Mixing multiple video streams

-

videomixer.c

Videorate

All

gst-plugins-base 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

Video stream timestamp correction

-

gstvideorate.c

Videoscale

All

gst-plugins-base 0.10.25

LGPL v2 and BSD.

Video scaling

-

gstvideoscale.c, vs_scanline.c

videotestsrc

All

gst-plugins-base 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

Video test signal generator

-

gstvideotestsrc.c

Volume

All

gst-plugins-base 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

Audio volume adjustment

-

gstvolume.c

Vorbis

All

gst-plugins-base 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

Vorbis decoder

Links to libvorbis (Xiph license)

vorbisdec.c

Wavenc

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

WAV file format muxer

-

gstwavenc.c

Wavparse

All

gst-plugins-good 0.10.16

LGPL v2.

WAV file format parser.

-

gstwavparse.c

Ximagesink

Linux

gst-plugins-good 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

X11 video display

-

ximagesink.c

xvimagesink

Linux

gst-plugins-good 0.10.25

LGPL v2.

X11 video displaying using XVideo extensions

-

xvimagesink.c

flump3dec

Linux

Licensed from Fluendo

Proprietary.

MP3 decoder

N/A

DLNA


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Author

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Plutinosoft, LLC

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Axiomatic Systems, LLC

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Cameron Rich

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Jean-loup Gailly and Mark Adler

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libdlna

Benjamin Zores

0.2.3

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