Automatic registration from your computer

ART (Automatic Registering Tool) is a program that registers your works right from the very moment you finish them and, if you want, before publishing them.

ART is now available as a beta program and with it you can convert folders of your computer into automatic copyright registration offices. So simple and safe.

1.- Download and install ART

2.- When you start the program it will open your browser to log you into your account in Safe Creative. This way you can give the program permission to register your works.

3 .- Back with ART now you can select the folder or folders in your computer whose contents are automatically to be recorded in Safe Creative – for each folder you have to indicate which registering profile will apply to the contents inside – You might easily activate or stop the automatic registration of each of your folders.

4.- Once the program is running simply put in the folder or folders the works you want to register and they will be automatically registered. Keep in mind you should have separate folders for different kind of contents such as pictures, writings, programs, songs, etc.

5.- By clicking the “x” symbol to close the program it actually will continue to work in the background. To totally exit the application you will have go to the main menu and exit the program.


8 Replies to “Automatic registration from your computer”

  1. For work in progress, does an updated work get updated in your registry automatically?

  2. Dear Tonix, regards registered works it wouldn’t affect it as contents remain registered, stored an unaltered in our servers and redundant backup servers. You’d need to fix the hdd and configure the registration folder again. You could, of course, download the registered items from our platform.

  3. Wonderful feature, something always dreamed about, but I couldn’t find the download page or else, hoping in a soon fix of it, I am really, really interested in this software! Thank you.

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