One of the best ways to learn about Creative Commons is to watch one of our videos.
ccAustralia has created two animations featuring Mayer and Bettle, with the second featuring a cameo appearance by Flik. They aim to provide a fun and accessible explanation of the Creative Commons licences.
Focuses on the basics of what the Creative Commons licences are and how they work.
This sequel to the original Mayer and Bettle video, provides some further information about how to use the Creative Commons licences on your own work.
Creative Commons videos
For podcasts and vodcasts of various presentations, talks and conferences by ccAustralia team members, see here.
Below are other videos from the Creative Commons international community (external links).
A high-level overview of the goals of Creative Commons and how we are “saving the world from failed sharing.” Created by Jesse Dylan, director of the “Yes We Can” video.
Wanna Work Together? explains in practical details how creators expose, share, and remix their works using our free public licenses.
The winner of our Moving Images Contest, Justin Cone created a short, succinct “commercial” that demonstrates what Creative Commons is, and how it works, in a slick package.
This short film covers the basics of why we formed, what we do, and how we do it.
This video explains how Creative Commons licenses can be used in conjunction with commercial licensing arrangements.
This film describes some of CC’s success stories and gives insight into where we’re headed.
In the spring of 2004, a documentary film crew followed Creative Commons staff to Brazil. This ten-minute video covers the launch event, the impact on the country, and the people behind the project.
In this short produced by Intelligent Television, you can hear from established film makers on why CC is a crucial part of their work flow and perspective on creating new media.
Sheryl Seibert’s video about found art and remix culture was the second place winner of the Moving Images Contest.
In December of 2008, CC and Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society joined forces to bring you the panel discussion: “The Commons: Celebrating accomplishments, discerning futures.”