Mediaflo accounts are restricted to Texas State faculty and staff.
Please use this form to request a new account. You must agree to abide by the acceptable use and copyright guidelines in order for your account to be created. When an account is created, a personal media library is created for the account.
Once this form has been submitted, users may request additional libraries, shared or personal, with the Additional Library Request Form. Below is a link to the Additional Library Request form:
Please note, all users in a shared library must first submit the Mediaflo Account Request form on this page.
Appropriate Use Statement
Appropriate use of Mediaflo service includes, but is not limited to, facilitating access to instruction, research, major events, library collections, and training. By uploading media to a Mediaflo account, users agree to comply with the copyright protections and licensing terms applicable to all audio or video works served from or residing in an account. Account owners/managers are solely responsible for compliance with the applicable copyright protections and licensing terms regardless of the source of the material (e.g., self-created work, a purchased copy of another’s work, a self-recorded copy of a live performance, works placed in this account by other(s) with authorized access, etc.).
Copyright, TEACH Act, Fair Use, and Digital Millennium Copyright Act
Copyright law generally prohibits the use of a significant portions of a body of work (audio or video) for online distribution without the expressed written permission from the copyright owner.
If you have an entire body of work on Mediaflo and have not obtained proper permission to use the work in its entirety, you are likely infringing on the owner’s copyright, even if you have instructed your audience to only access a portion of the work.
University policy holds that the University is not responsible for copyright infringements by members of its faculty, staff, and administration, and that copyright infringements are the responsibility of the individual infringer. In the event of copyright violations that are pursued by legal means, ITS will cooperate with investigating authorities, providing all required evidence to allow the prosecution of the case.
Thus, if you lack written authorization from the copyright owner for your use of a work, and if you are unsure that your use of a work is a “Fair Use” under copyright law, you should remove the work.
There are specific instances, where there is more room to provide access to copies of specific digital objects. If you require assistance in determining whether your use case falls under an exception, please feel free to contact the Mediaflo support team at email@example.com.
For additional guidance on the university's intellectual property and copyright policy see UPPS No. 01.04.27