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    • Let’s Look at the Rules January 26, 2013 Mrs. Kathy Sheridan
    • Ihave purchased music through iTunes. Since I own this music, I should be able to use it as background music in my Jim Harbin video.
    •  FALSE You have to get written permission to use the music – it is copyrighted. Your iTunes purchase gives you rights for PERSONAL USE.
    • Iused Google images and found 2 pictures I want to add to my video. Since I could download them for free, I shouldn’t have to worry about copyright.
    •  FALSE Unless the website they came from (not Google, but the hyperlink below the image) specifically states the images are copyright free, you have to obtain permission.
    •  My parents gave me a set of Star Wars figures for my birthday. I want to use them in a stop motion video. Is this acceptable?
    •  Not without written permission from the toy maker. TIP: Get permission BEFORE you begin video production.
    •  I’d like for my video to center around teen idols. I am planning on focusing on Star magazine and some of their favorite stars. Is this okay?
    •  You would have to get written permission from Star to spotlight their magazine. TIP: Get permission BEFORE you begin video production.
    • Irealized after reviewing one of my videos that it’s very obvious that a Pepsi can seems to be featured in many of the shots. Do I need to be concerned?
    •  Yes this is a concern. The only time you wouldn’t be concerned would be if the can only briefly appeared in a scene and wasn’t the focus.
    •  IfI’m submitting my entry right before the deadline, will it be okay for me to complete the entry form by handwriting it rather than submitting it online?
    •  Absolutely not. All entries require completion in full of an online entry form.
    • Avideo can be submittedunder more than one category.
    •  No.A video may be submitted once and only assigned to 1 category. The category and maximum length of video should be known BEFORE video production.
    •  Isit acceptable if the length of my video goes over the time allowance because of credits I added at the end?
    •  No. Thelength of your video is timed from the lead in to the absolute very end – no exceptions.
    •  Schoolproduced videos fall under the Fair Use rules so I don’t have to be very concerned about copyright.
    •  FALSE TheJim Harbin Media Festival does not fall under Fair Use so you must obtain written permission for use of copyrighted materials. Get permission up front – don’t wait!
    •  If a group of students produces a video – they must all be in the same grade level.
    •  FALSE The students may be in different grade levels, but the grade level category MUST be assigned based on the highest grade level represented within the group.
    • Now you’re in the Know!!