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by Roboticon on Tue May 30, 2017 3:52 am
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When registering a copyright for 3D Stereo photographs, I'm guessing that I should assemble the two images (left and right) next to each other, as they'd be viewed in a viewer / stereoscope.  This is the way they would appear when published or submitted for viewing on the WWW - two images next to each other with a very small space between to form 3D when viewed with viewer.

So, in digital form, the two images, left and right, would also be saved as one 3D Stereo image, both the left and right.  
I believe that I have seen 3D books and Stereo cards handled this way.

And would this count as two images or one (I think one) when registering?

But what would anyone's / everyone's opinion on this be?
Thanks!
Randall
 

by Jeff Colburn on Mon Jun 05, 2017 6:59 pm
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Hi,

I don't see why you would need to register both, since they are the same image. And you can batch register images, so you could register as many as you wanted in one batch and pay the one $35(?) fee.

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by Carolyn E. Wright on Thu Jun 08, 2017 5:04 pm
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Roboticon wrote:
When registering a copyright for 3D Stereo photographs, I'm guessing that I should assemble the two images (left and right) next to each other, as they'd be viewed in a viewer / stereoscope.  This is the way they would appear when published or submitted for viewing on the WWW - two images next to each other with a very small space between to form 3D when viewed with viewer.

So, in digital form, the two images, left and right, would also be saved as one 3D Stereo image, both the left and right.  
I believe that I have seen 3D books and Stereo cards handled this way.

And would this count as two images or one (I think one) when registering?

But what would anyone's / everyone's opinion on this be?
Thanks!
Randall

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