Creative Commons

Creative Commons licenses provide a standard way for content creators to grant someone else permission to use their work. Dragon1 allows users to mark their visuals with a Creative Commons CC BY license. These visuals are then accessible to Dragon1 users for use, even commercially, in their own visuals via the Dragon1 Visual Designer.

Attribution is automatic under the CC-BY license, meaning that any visual you create using Creative Commons content will automatically show the source visuals' titles underneath the Dragon1 Player and Viewer. You retain your copyright and other users get to reuse your work subject to the terms of the license.

Creative Commons on Dragon1

The ability to mark published visuals with a Creative Commons license is available to all users.

The Standard Dragon1 License remains the default setting for all published visuals. To review the terms of the standard Dragon1 license, please refer to our Terms of Service.

Because Creative Commons licenses are for your original content, you cannot mark your visual with the Creative Commons license if there is a Content ID claim on it.

By marking your original visual with a Creative Commons license, you are granting the entire Dragon1 community the right to reuse and edit that visual.

What's eligible for a Creative Commons license

Please understand that you may only mark your published visual with a Creative Commons license if it consists entirely of content licensable by you under the CC BY license. Some examples of such licensable content are:

  • Your originally created content
  • Other visuals marked with a CC BY license
  • Visuals in the public domain