Samsung Global Blogger Contest
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All music, images, video footage and other content must be either originally produced by the person uploading the contest entry, or proper permissions must be authorized by the copyright owner. Proper permissions must include the right for the contest entry uploader to use the content in a commercial venture. Likewise, it is the responsibility of the contest entry uploader to ensure that all permissions are in place for use of actors' and/or models’ likenesses.
- Video must be in English
- You must be a resident of one of the following 14 countries, and you must indicate your country in the description field of your video upload:
- United Kingdom
- Video must be 30 seconds in length
- Do not use music
- Do not show any third party logos
- Upload your video to both this contest site and Samsung Global Blogger
- In case of discrepancy, all entries must follow Samsung Global Blogger requirements.
|Formats||asf, avi, dvd, flv, mp4, psp, mjpeg, mov, mpeg, mpegts, mpeg2video, rm, svcd, vcd, vob, 3gp, 3g2|
|Codecs||flv, huffyuv, h264, h263, mjpeg, mpeg1video, mpeg2video, mpeg4, qtrle, rv20, svq3, wmv1, wmv2, xvid|
|Max length||30 seconds|
To participate in this Zooppa contest, you must comply with the rules of this brief, and with the general contest rules, which can be found in the Membership Obligations, and in the Submission Agreement. Please note that in order to win a prize, you will be required to affirm, via Zooppa’s Submission Process, that all content in your entry is your original work, is in the public domain, or is used with the proper permissions of the copyright owner, and does not violate the publicity or privacy rights of any person. Proper permissions must include the right for the contest entry submitter to use the content in a commercial venture. Likewise, it is the responsibility of the contest entry submitter to ensure that all permissions are in place for use of actors' and/or models’ likenesses. The unlicensed use of another person’s copyright, publicity or privacy rights could disqualify your contest entry. This includes the use of video footage, images, photographs, animation, still or motion graphics, music, sound effects, fonts and in some cases trademarks unless provided by the contest sponsor.