warning: copyright notice

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    • #38870
      AvatarAnonymous
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      I have already made my 1 hr. 25 min. dvd, but I am wondering if there is a legal copyright notice that I need to include at the beginning during First Play of the dvd. If there is a standard logo, color, format or wording that I need to use, where can download it from? I’ve already looked at the copyright office website, but I couldn’t find anything. Please help me with this obstacle. Thanks.

    • #168785
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Wow. That’s exactly what I’m looking for. I appreciate the help. Thanks.

    • #168786
      AvatarWalterGraff
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      Save yourself the money. Do a search under “FBI Warning” on Google and you’ll get he same full size logos free.

    • #168787
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Thanks, Walter. I will check out the freebies before springing for the set of fbi warnings.

    • #168788
      AvatarWalterGraff
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      I should add that when you do the search do it under “Images” in google
      Exactly the same stuff this guy sells but free.

    • #168789
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Late again, but for the browser people….

      If you go to archive.org and search for FBI warning or Copyright label etc. you can find some really nifty retro warnings. Sure they’re not the standard set, but people might actually read the thing if you write funny stuff into it like, “If you copy this, you’ll die of black lung disease.” Then at least the message of impending doom gets through without the garish and overused blue and white, $500,000 label we see all the time and roll our eyes at (or skip with our friendly remote control).

      Be creative, most people have tuned out by the time your titles roll, if they had to sit through 30sec of unskippable warnings and such.

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