There are many websites to store sequential images such as
https://www.youtube.com/?hl=en-GB&gl=GB a website owned by google that allows users to upload videos for sharing online or just simply for your own viewing depending on the settings.
8. Rights you licence
8.1 When you upload or post Content to YouTube, you grant:
- to YouTube, a worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free, transferable licence (with right to sub-licence) to use, reproduce, distribute, prepare derivative works of, display, and perform that Content in connection with the provision of the Service and otherwise in connection with the provision of the Service and YouTube’s business, including without limitation for promoting and redistributing part or all of the Service (and derivative works thereof) in any media formats and through any media channels;
meaning youtube can now use that video as they like now it’s been uploaded to their site, with or without your permission. So you still hold the copyright, but youtube can use the video as they will.
Vimeo is a very similar, less popular website that functions in the exact same was as youtube – also allowing used to upload videos under certain terms and conditions.
Just like youtube, Vimeo is allowed to use your video but you retain the copyright-
9. Licenses Granted by You
LICENSE TO VIMEO: As between you and Vimeo, you own the video content (“videos”) that you submit to the Vimeo Service. By submitting a video, you grant Vimeo and its affiliates a limited, worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free license and right to copy, transmit, distribute, publicly perform and display (through all media now known or hereafter created), and make derivative works from your video for the purpose of (i) displaying the video within the Vimeo Service; (ii) displaying the video on third party websites and applications through a video embed or Vimeo’s API subject to your video privacy choices; (iii) allowing other users to play, download, and embed on third party websites the video, subject to your video privacy choices; (iii) promoting the Vimeo Service, provided that you have made the video publicly available; and (iv) archiving or preserving the video for disputes, legal proceedings, or investigations.