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Old October 1st, 2010, 04:38 PM   #1
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Encore cs5, copyright warning template

I'm building my first DVD... I was going to create my own copyright and anti-piracy notices but it occurred to me that this has undoubtedly been done before -- by anyone producing a DVD. No point in reinventing the wheel as they say, yes?

Maybe I'll have to. I've been searching the 'net in general and this site in particular for hours and found... nada. Do such templates not exist? Or am I just such a search-klutz that I can't find them? I was really surprised that Adobe didn't provide such templates in Encore. All they provide is some dull menu templates. [And yes, I do know these warnings would vary from country to country, but you'd think that since you have to register the software they'd know where you are and could pull the appropriate stuff off the discs -- like they do with language.]

What I found from the FBI's website is that I'm not authorized to use their anti-piracy "seal", but I can use their language.

That's all I've gotten so far for my afternoon's searching. So now I'm asking the more experienced among you -- what's the deal with putting the "standard" notices on DVDs authored with Encore?
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Old October 2nd, 2010, 11:00 AM   #2
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No one uses standard warning screens?
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Old October 2nd, 2010, 11:09 AM   #3
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Probably not, because they're annoying and useless.

But even if you feel you must do this, why don't you just copy and paste the text from the FBI site into a Premiere title, and then export the title and save it as an asset? You could just insert it into your timeline, or render out and insert into any Encore project. Should take about thirty seconds.
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