How to copy Write a BookTo copy and write a book
I. For general information
IMPORTANT: Pre-registration is not a registration." If you are applying for a reservation, make sure that you want to pre-register your work instead of registering it. Pre-registering is not recommended for the overwhelming bulk of the work. Pre-registering is not a replacement for registering. When pre-registering your work, you must be registering it when it is released.
Refer to U.S.C. 17 408(f), 411 and 412, as applicable from time to time; also 37 C.F.R. 202. Pre-registration work must fulfil three conditions: Work that is eligable according to this criterion is eligible: You can find more information on the kinds of works that are considered for pre-registration in Part II. There are two items for pre-registration: a non-refundable registration charge of $140.
Notice: The registration fees are non-refundable, regardless of whether or not the pre-registration is final. All that is needed is an initial request and a charge; a copy or telephone record of the work itself or a completed part of it should not be made. Pre-registration is a rationalized procedure that is only available on-line. Pre-registration will require adequate information to adequately identifying the work for which pre-registration is requested, but no depositing material is necessary and the on-line registration forms will not be reviewed except to ensure that all necessary information has been provided by the requester.
Pre-registering is not a replacement for registering. Nor does the Office check the information in the pre-registration against the information in the re-registration, e.g. the name of the author may be added and the name of the applicant may vary between the date of pre-registration and the date of a complete re-registration.
This is necessary to be considered for pre-registration: 01: The audio authoring can be taken over by the interpreter or the producers and is often carried by both. Pre-registration is possible for all audio records, even those with original music and other works, e.g. voiceovers.
It is also necessary that: This is necessary to be considered for pre-registration: This is necessary to be considered for pre-registration: This is necessary to be considered for pre-registration: 01: The photographed image that can support [normal] recording may contain items such as timing and lighting, the reached viewing angles or perspectives, the use of lights and shadows from either physical or man-made lighting and the placement or positioning of people, sceneries or other objects shown on the film.
This is necessary to be considered for pre-registration: Reservations are only available on-line. In order to start the prebooking procedure, go to the Prebooking Your Work page and click on the Start Prebooking Procedure pushbutton at the bottom of the page. It is the same individual or firm who possesses the music and the audio recordings, and both are released on a CD for the first time:
Mark the checkboxes "Sound recording" and "Musical composition". They also own a recorded track that has been remixed from a previously released track and a new soundtrack. For the first editions, the derived recordings and the musical videos will be released as a kit comprising a CD /DVD and an SACD (Super Audio CD):
Select the checkboxes "Sound recording" and "Movie". When the work is a recorded or recorded work and the pre-registered work is an artist's work, enter only the name of the work. When the pre-registered work is an audiotape recorded from an entire CD and you know the songs or working songs of each track, you should specify these songs to make the pre-registration data set more complete.
Enter the full name of the author(s). In the case of a work that is anonymous, you can specify either the anonymous name or the name of the work. Either the person who actually created the work or an employee for whom the work is planned as a "commissioned work".
To record sound: The date recordings began. The date on which the book actually began to be written for a book. Since pre-announcement is not a means of registering, but merely an indicator of the intention to record a work after completion and/or publication, there is no obligation to do so.
In order to be able to identify the work for which a pre-notification is requested, however, a descriptive text of the work is necessary. To make a recording: If known, select the artist and main place of capture, and the disc name if known; specify any other features of the capture that may help identification the respective capture.
To create a piece of musically composed material to be included in a recorded audio track or film soundtrack: Nowadays, since works of art are mainly used for commercial purposes in the pre-recorded version or in films, please indicate the names of the artists and, if known, the main place of their recordings as well as the name of the album or film company.
The e-mail to which pre-registration notifications are to be sent must be entered. Please note: This message, which contains the pre-registration number and date, is the only message you will get that the pre-registration has been completed. Section 102 (b). A" pseudonym work" is a work on a copy or sound carrier whose creator is identifiable under a name.