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Commonly Asked Registration Questions

Types of Image Formats

All images fall into two basic categories: raster and vector.

 

Raster Images

Raster images are for photography and scanned documents.

 

The quality of a raster image is called resolution. Resolution is measured in ppi (pixels per inch) or dpi (dots per inch). PPI measures pixels on a screen, while dpi measures drops of ink on a printed page. The higher the ppi or dpi, the higher the... Read more

Get fast answers from Onregistry’s support team by opening a ticket located under Help desk within My Account.

 

Revised March 1, 2017

Publication Ref. 0392.3907 EN form 3907.1/V1.0

A Public Profile page contains basic information about the author/right holder and his or her registered collection of works. The author/rights holder’s personal information is not displayed publically. The Public Profile can be edited within your control panel.

 

Revised March 1, 2017

Publication Ref. 0392.3872 EN form 3872.1/V1.0

Depending on the type of registered works, the type of account, and account history, a registration and or its works may be reviewed in order to determine if it meets guidelines set by Onregistry. Our reviewer team’s philosophy is based on a number of variables in order to determine what is acceptable for the intended creative field category. Our reviewers may inspect the registration and or the work’s content, in detail. We recommend that you do the same prior to submission in... Read more

Onregistry will find out where your creative works are on the web.

 

Not only is registering your work free. Onregistry’s search web crawling and monitoring is also free. We’ll search the entire web in order to discover unlicensed use of each work registered.

 

Our genius begins with the World Wide Web.

 

The web is currently made up of over 130 Trillion individual... Read more

Copyright is a set of laws created by national governments and harmonized, with limited success, by a series of international treaties. Creative Commons, GPL and similar licenses are exactly that, licenses built upon the existing legal framework to allow certain copyright and reuse of work.

 

Creative Commons is not an attempt to replace copyright law. In fact, all of these licenses would become meaningless if modern copyright law were done away with... Read more

Onregistry is the world's first platform to enable independent, direct self-registration of copyrights.

 

We provide the creative community intellectual property management using hybrid media recognition and computer vision. Protection begins the moment works are registered in our system. Our web crawlers perform millions of searches over the entire web identifying use of unlicensed work against those registered. We don’t just discover... Read more

Onregistry is the world's first platform to enable independent, direct self-management of copyrights.

 

We provide the creative community intellectual property management using hybrid media recognition and computer vision. Protection begins the moment works are registered in our system. Our web crawlers perform millions of searches over the entire web identifying use of unlicensed work against those registered. We don’t just discover... Read more

Registration of Works

 

Registering your work is completely free. Our search web crawling and monitoring is also free. We’ll search the entire web in order to discover unlicensed use of each work registered. There’s no monthly fee, no surprise pricing, no hidden in the fine print charges, no term contracts, and no up-selling, ever. And no, we don’t ask for your credit card either.

 

Licensing and Copyright... Read more

Yes. We maintain an alliance with a global network of law firms in order to facilitate cases in North America, Europe and Asia/Pacific.

 

Revised March 1, 2017

Publication Ref. 0392.3899 EN form 3899.1/V1.0

We support authors who use Creative Commons and open licensing. There is no distinction between works published under Creative Commons or standard license terms. Licensing under Creative Commons does not in any way affect your remedies if a work is used outside the license terms. With that in mind, Onregistry recommends that authors choose wisely when selecting a Creative Commons license type as the licenses are non-revocable. Here is a brief summary of two representative Creative Commons... Read more

A registration contains all the authorship and copyright information that has been registered at Onregistry for a specific work. The registration provides relevant data that can help authenticate the legal rights holder and provide court-admissible evidence in case of license misuse, or copyright infringement.

 

Registration of works with Onregistry or with a traditional registry such as the U.S. Copyright Office does not need to be exclusive. Authors can strengthen the... Read more

Registration

 

Registering your work with Onregistry is completely free.

 

Web Monitoring

 

Our search web crawling and monitoring is also free. We’ll search the entire web in order to discover unlicensed use of each work registered. 

 

Licensing and Copyright Infringement

 

Onregistry will only collect a... Read more

There are several ways to register works, a standard method for individual works, or by using FTP for mass uploading a catalog of works. Works may also be mass uploaded from your Google Drive or DropBox.

 

The standard method for registering works:

 

Click “Register Works” and create an Onregistry account

Create a “Public Name” and... Read more

All registrations are stored on our secure servers indefinitely for security reasons. They are archived after 12 months but not deleted. All archived registrations and evidences are still valid, but no public information is displayed or provided. Often, archived registrations may return to public display and be manageable if the original account holder decides to again create an Onregistry account.

 

Revised March 1, 2017

Publication Ref. 0392.3890 EN form... Read more

Onregistry will accept the registration of nearly any kind of work so long as it’s in digital form. However, not all types of works are protected by copyright laws. According to the World International Property Organization’s Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, a copyright may be the following:

 

Artistic works: photography, drawings, paintings, designs, three-dimensional models, sculpture, engravings, lithography, comics, and... Read more

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