Do you ever face any problem while placing an image with full of copyright in your blog or website? The CCFinder simplifies your work, helping to find images that can be played without authoring problems, browsing pictures on Flickr that allow copying via the Creative Commons License or are in the public domain. Also CCFinder works as a Free Stock Photography site. Today, via this article we’re gonna learn how to install and use CCFinder.
At first, you need to download CCFinder, which has only 4.2MB in size. Run the file “ccfinder.exe”, choose your language and click “Next” until installation is complete. While opening the file, we’ve faced with a very simple interface, where you first need to register with the program name and email valid to receive the activation key for free license. When you receive the email, just click on the activation link to activate the program forever.
Now here comes The Next BIG Thing. right? While using it we noticed that you can browse your desired images in three different categories. They’re as follows:
» Ultimate use of images, without the need to reference of its origin.
» Images that its author should’ve mentioned all over wherever is played, sometimes with a much larger range of results and wide utilized in videos from YouTube.
» Images which will or might not have the requirement for permission from the author. During this category, it’s not enough simply to say it, however additionally the correct to ask the owner to use, specifying when and where the pictures could be used.
Please note: Your system should’ve .NET Framework 4 full to install CCFinder. If not have, it’ll ask while you’re installation. CCFinder works with XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 and supports all 32bit and 64bit versions.
With the results available on the screen, simply click “Download” to transfer the images that you just need and use it wherever you would like by following the rules of the kind of research conducted. Feel a relief, eh? Now, you may ne’er get in bother for violating the rights of an author.