Terms of use for utilizing public worlds on YouTube shorts source

I’ve been uploading YouTube Shorts recently, and now I want to make a video showcasing worlds that are public on VRChat. I’m concerned about potential disputes if world creators raise issues about public worlds. Can I still film public worlds for YouTube Shorts without worrying about these disputes?

Would it be sufficient if I only credit the creators, or is there more to consider?

Not a world creator here, but i’d say crediting the word name and/or creator is the good way to go.

Do you also mean recording people interacting in the public worlds, because that’s not very clear, and in that part i would be careful about consent, exception if you are making explicit that you are streaming and recording (else would need to warn every vrc streamer ever)

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