How do I register my graphics and animations copyrights online?|
Your graphic designs and computer animations have copyrights the instant that you commit them to some reproducible media. The instant you click "SAVE" the copyright becomes your, but the problem may come when you are required to prove when you first created your work.
In this Internet era, graphics and animations are created, stored and executed by an endless variety of software, file formats and applications.
WorldWideOCR has designed a 100% online international copyright date-stamping process suited for any graphic design or computer animation in any digital file format less than 20 MB. SEAL™ files offer artists and designers instant international copyright protection and redundant archiving in minutes.
In order to use a SEAL™ file to protect and archive your graphics and animations etc., you must first prepare your files accordingly.
You can prepare absolutely any digital file format for instant online copyright protection using a SEAL™ file in one of the following ways:
Large bodies of work (Multiple files/SEAL™ file)
This will save you time and money... If you have a large collection of graphics or animations, you may want to include multiple copyrights into a single ".ZIP" file of less than 20 MB in size. Also if your creations are comprised of different media (i.e. sketches, images, text etc.), you may choose to group all of the related materails into a .ZIP file. Each 20 MB (or less) file can be instanly protected for 3$ or less!
1 creation (1 file/SEAL™ file)
There is no need to re-protect unmodified files already contained in a SEAL™ file. As you make revisions to your work, or create new materials, you can instantly protect your latest copyrights! Again, if there are multiple new pieces, you can use a .ZIP file to protect all of your work with one SEAL™ file!
Securely and redundantly archive your copyrights online instantly! Real-time international copyright protection! Learn how
|Why do I need to protect or register the copyright on my graphics or computer animation?|
Yes, in theory, copyrights are automatic, but in this digital age, we highly recommend that date-stamping your graphics and computer animation becomes the second thing that you do. Problems can arise if you are required to provide credible evidence of when you first created your work...
The sooner you can produce credible evidence of your copyright ownership of your graphics or computer animations, the better off you will be. Read more