How to overlay creativecommons licensing logos
Christian Fredrik Kalager Schaller
christian at fluendo.com
Wed Oct 20 06:26:16 EDT 2004
Well our idea is that people generally just use one logo or that they
cycle through when the movie is played. The example of three logos onto
the screen in my shot is how we did it in this first release as it was
easier (people can of course choose not to overlay them at all).
We are also planing on switching to SVG, but some more code is needed
for that :) We can't get to everything for our first release :) (which
we did yesterday btw :)
On Wed, 2004-10-20 at 02:46 -0500, J.B. Nicholson-Owens wrote:
> Christian Fredrik Kalager Schaller wrote:
> > Some of my co-workers however got the impression from Roland that we
> > should just offer people the actual 'CC' logo to overlay, and leave it
> > up to stream providers to provide further licensing details on their
> > website.
> > So I am writing this list hoping for some final advice on which approach
> > we should take on the overlaying :)
> I'd question going with the co-workers on this one, but I tend to favor not
> interfering with the artistic image at all. I think too much screen real
> estate is taken up with all the logos one could use to describe various aspects
> of the work one is trying to see.
> "Honey" is licensed under a CC license, and you learn that in the end or
> reading information about the movie from the website. To me, that's just fine
> because most of the time (particularly if I'm only watching the movie) I
> wouldn't care if what I was seeing were CC licensed.
> Also, on a more technical note, unless you're packaging SVG logos and resizing
> them depending on the dimensions of the movie, won't bitmap images get to be
> too small to read with a large dimension movie?
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Christian Fredrik Kalager Schaller <christian at fluendo.com>
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