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16.149 - Copyright
The Copyright operation allows you to alter the copyright information for an image.
The dialog consists of two controls — Views and Copyright. The Views drop down box allows you to select which image view you would like to alter the copyright information for. The Copyright text entry field allows you to enter the appropriate copyright information for your images. It is important to remember that this information can only be saved in the TIFF and IFF file formats. Using other save formats for images altered by this operation will result in the loss of the copyright information applied in F/x. This operation does not require an area selection.
If this operation is applied to a sequence of frames via the TimeLine, the copyright information from the first image specified in the TimeLine will be used for all of the other images in the sequence. If no image is specified, the copyright information will come from the image that the sequence is applied to. Remember: this information will only be maintained in the image file if it is saved in the TIFF or IFF file formats.
16.149.1 - Copyright Controls
22.214.171.124 - Copyright
This text entry field allows you to view and alter the copyright information for a particular image view. An image is selected for modification by selecting the image from the View drop down list. This list will contain all of the image views that are currently open in the program. Once a view is selected, the copyright field will display any copyright information that is associated with the image. If the image does not contain any copyright information, this field will appear blank. You can alter the copyright information by clicking in this field and entering the appropriate information.
This information will become part of the image file when you save the image using either TIFF or IFF as the save type.
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