Hello, I'm entering a film contest where there will be a cash prize if I win. The contest requires me to use material that is not copy-written. I want to create a glow effect in AE for my film. Will I be in violation of Adobe rights if I do this? If not, is there a document that proves this? Thank you in advance for anyone's reply.
Is your camera copywritten? How 'bout the lights, mics, cables, editing application(s) etc?
Aside from your sarcasm, thank you for your reply! I have to be this
critical; a million dollars is on the line! God Bless you for replying!
On Fri, Nov 7, 2014 at 11:14 AM, Dave LaRonde <firstname.lastname@example.org>
No, applying effects to video in After Effects does not breach or imply any copyright process. Only content can be copyrighted so, for example, using somebody else's footage may breach their copyright of that footage.
But absolutely nothing you do to process video in AE will apply or imply any legal copyright to your own content.
Glow to your heart's content! :-)