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I noticed some synths have copyright info (e.g. name of a person, or company, or organization) next to the little copyright (c) at the lower left corner of each image -- how is this done? Is it in a particular file property tag of each original source photo file? Does it have to be inserted to each and every photo, or is there one place to add this info before I press the "Synth" button? Thank you.
Hi EdLee, I think I have seen the option bottom left hand corner in the window that opens up when you create and name your synth. (now if I could only understand which one to use!)
EdLee, If the Synther finds the author property in the photo's meta data we use the text next to the copyright symbol when viewing the synth. You can add this information in Windows by right clicking on the photo, then clicking properties, then clicking on the details tab. You should see Author in the list. Most photo editing programs allow you to do the same thing. At this time there is no way to retroactively update the copyright.
The license symbol, either copyright or a variation of Creative Commons license is what lostinthetriangle was refering to. Hope this helps.