How to Find Creative Commons Video Assets


Creating a YouTube video is a breeze now that nearly every computer has built-in video editing software. But integrating images, music or other media into a video can be tricky. If you use copyrighted songs or pictures, your video may be removed, and YouTube may even suspend your account

Using media listed under a Creative Commons license can help you avoid these issues in a safe and legal way. Creative Commons video assets (that is, media you want to use in videos) are specifically marked for reuse so that, as long as the chosen work is used and credited correctly, you can include what you want from other creators without needing to worry. Read more...

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