movies, animations + footage
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So you want your moving images to be licensed? Creative Commons licences can help you expand the exposure of your video. Follow the step-by-step guide below.

step 1: determine the nauture of the video
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If your work is hosted on your website, you can add licence details to the source code.

You can also add a physical notice of your licence on your video. For example:
>© John Citizen 2005
>this work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence
>full terms at [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0](http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/)

don’t have your own site?
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If you don’t have your own site, don’t panic! Other organisations have free hosting that already integrate Creative Commons licences

You can get specific information on publishing to the Internet Archive using the “CC Publisher (for PC 1.0.1.msi or for Mac 1.0.1.dmg) program

 

more info Looking for more information on using Creative Commons licences as a filmmaker? See the video section of the Creative Commons website

info.pack or view the iCommons.au video info.pack

 

 

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