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Question about "release UDK code or content" statement in EULA

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  • Question about "release UDK code or content" statement in EULA

    Reading EULA of UDK, I found this statement in Section 3:License Restrictions confuse me:

    ...You may not
    ...
    release any UDK code or content under a license that is not from Epic Games, Inc.;
    1. What's the definition of "release UDK code"?

    Is using udk code, eg extends a class from UTGame, included? Or it's only prohibit publishing UDK souce code?

    2. "...under a license that is not from Epic Games"

    Is that means if you do obtain license from Epic Games, (eg, the 25% royalty commercial licens of UDK), you can freely use the content packaged with UDK?

    Stupid questions they might be, but I failed to figure them out by myself.

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    You can use the code, UTGame etc. You CANNOT use the materials, textures, sound, video (is there any?) assets. They must be YOURS.

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