Marking Video

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How to mark video work

  1. License: Let your audience know what license your work is under in one or more of these ways:
    1. CC Bumper: A notice at the beginning or end of your video stating the license
      • Download an official CC video bumper
      • Create your own CC Bumper using these guidelines
      • Browse user submitted bumpers
        • "ViewShareRemix is a project to support open movies, by creating standard identifying marks and supporting visuals. Our initial aim is to create a pro-sharing equivalent for filmmakers to the anti-piracy notices and videos seen on traditional video content. We see it as a complement to the Creative Commons-licenses."
    2. CC Marker: A graphic or line of text stating the license, next to the file (on a webpage) or in the liner notes (for physical media)
  2. Copyright Statement: A line of text stating the author(s), date & copyright
    • May either be added to the bumper or go on a separate slide
    • May be followed by "Some Rights Reserved"
    • example: © Name 2007, Some Rights Reserved
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