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Creative Commons

Creative Commons



Creative Commons

Creative Commons



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    • What is Creative Commons? http://creativecommons.org/videos/wanna-work-together http://creativecommons.org/videos/creative-commons-kiwi 1
    • What is Creative Commons? Intellectual property (songs, documents, drawings, sound effects, melodies etc.) are automatically copyrighted – Creative Commons allows easy license sharing 6 easy to use and understand licenses for easy sharing of rights and content Idea stems from open source software licensing Use of CC material is legal within their license frameworks The CC license is automatically “acquired” when downloading the sound/picture Overview over the 6 licenses: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/ 2
    • What is protected by copyright law? You can NOT use: Songs or melodies from musicians even if they have passed away e.g. Bach (because the interpretation used is licensed) Video or sound bites from known productions e.g. ending speech from “The Great Dictator” Images from Google Sound effects found online without CC license Samples You CAN use: Sounds/pictures with CC licenses Sounds/compositions from friends etc. WITH proper legal consent of the composer Your own compositions/songs Sounds/sound effects from PURCHASED music/editing software (e.G. garageband, ableton, final cut) 3
    • Where do I find Creative Commons content? On Soundcloud Search normally Select “sounds” Select “CC license” 4
    • Where do I find Creative Commons content? Click on the desired sound Click on the License You will find information about the license type 5
    • Where do I find Creative Commons content? 6
    • Where do I find Creative Commons content? On Vimeo (Music Store) Click on “Advanced Filters” Select “License” Choose your license type 7
    • Where do I find Creative Commons content? Other Sources Click on “Licenses Tab” on the CC website Select “Find license content” https://search.creativ ecommons.org/ 8
    • Where do I find Creative Commons content? Other Sources Google is your friend: e.g. “creative commons sound effect library” 9
    • How do I cite CC-sounds properly Overview from CC website: http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Marking/Users Section: Marking Specific Media of relevance for the video Example: This video features the following songs: “Desaprendere (Treatment)” by fourstones, available under a Creative Commons Attribution- Noncommercial license. “Some Other Song” by fourstones, available under a Creative Commons Attribution license. 10