Lets say I have a web page where I use CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 licensed video and use it for non-commercial purposes. Particularly, I do not charge for it.
And in the same webpage I have other video content that I made myself and I sell it.
If the first content is popular and users like it then the video will attract more users to my website and possibly they can buy second video. Somehow the first video might play a marketing role.
If this scenario happens do I violate CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 terms?
The license states that: CC’s NonCommercial (NC) licenses prohibit uses that are “primarily intended for or directed toward commercial advantage or monetary compensation.”
But I could not understand much details what "primarily intended" means in terms of law?