Simple Explanation of Canadian Copyright Laws
http://www.cmec. ca/else/copyrigh t/matters/ CopyrightMatters .pdf

Comparison between US and Canadian Copyright Laws
http://www.ctf-fce.ca/en/issues/ Copyright/ pressconference/ CanadaUSCopyrigh tComparison.pdf

There is also a short news item on the CBC website saying that the law will be further tightened next month.
http://www.cbc. ca/technology/ story/2007/ 01/11/copyright- canada.html



US Copyright Office
http://www.copyrigh t.gov/

Circular 21: Reproduction of Copyrighted Works by Educators and
Librarians
http://www.copyrigh t.gov/circs/ circ21.pdf

Digital Millennium Copyright Act
http://www.copyrigh t.gov/legislatio n/dmca.pdf

TEACH Act
http://www.copyrigh t.iupui.edu/ dist_learning. htm

Another useful site, with a special focus on multimedia
http://www.halldavi dson.net/

A good introductory site on copyright in the US and Japan
http://derrel. net/exp/copyrigh t/copyright. htm

Copyright law of Japan (in Japanese)
http://www.cric. or.jp/index. html

Copyright law of Japan (in English)
http://www.cric. or.jp/cric_ e/clj/clj. html


Handbrake (Mac only)
http://handbrake. m0k.org/

Cinematization (PC and Mac)
http://www.miraizon .com/products/ products. html

On the legal issue involved in using these tools, you may wish to
read the following sources (you will need to scroll a bit)

http://www.macworld .com/weblogs/ macgems/2006/ 01/handbrakelite /index.php

http://www.indezine .com/blog/ 2006_10_01_ archive.html