Considering copyrights


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Considering copyrights

If you are going to include videos and sounds in your presentations, it's wise to consider whether those assets have copyrights. A copyright protects the author of the creative work. The creator has the exclusive right to decide whether other people can use the clip or make derivative works. Some authors require permission for you to use their images in you work. Others require payment for those rights. Due to the ease of googling any image or finding a movie on YouTube, it's easy to just think to yourself, "Oh, no one will notice if I just use it in my PowerPoint," but how would you feel for a work you produced wound up inside someone else's product? Wouldn't you want credit or the payment you deserve? The basic rule of thumb is this: if you are including the media as part of a personal project that only you will see or you're giving the presentation for a class, this is considered personal use.

It's usually okay to use the asset but it's appropriate...

Considering copyrights
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Considering copyrights provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the PowerPoint 2010: Audio and Video in Depth

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Business
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