Can be used as a source on Google

Source

Whenever you use Google Earth Studio, you must identify both Google Earth and third-party image providers as the source. These references must be visible when showing Earth Studio content.

Data sources

The images in Earth Studio come from many different data sources. Mostly they come from Google, but third-party images are also used. All of these sources must be quoted when using equivalent images in an Earth Studio project.

When rendering, this required source information is automatically created for each frame and displayed as a watermark in the lower right corner of the rendered image. The data sources change depending on the geography and the type of visible content.

If the frame only contains 3D images from Google Earth, i.e. smaller 3D data such as bridges, buildings or trees, only "Google Earth" is specified. For all representations with satellite images, the specification of the data provider is required.

frequently asked Questions

Where can I find the source for my animation?

When rendering, the source is automatically generated for each frame and displayed as a watermark on the rendered image. The data sources change depending on the geography and the type of content visible in the frame.

Do I have to display the text exactly as it appears in the picture?

Yes, but you can use the drop-down menu in the rendering setting Attribution Use (source) to adjust placement on screen.