Any raw clip, or video edit you captured with Dash Cam is a valid entry for THINKWARE DASH CAM Awards.Whether showing off or simply catching the unexpected, we want to see your creativity shine. [100% Dash Cam Raw Clips] Submit the native raw file shot on your Dash Cam.Submissions must be shot in HD or higher resolution (higher then 720p).The higher the resolution, the better. [100% Dash Cam Video Edits] Every clip within a video submission must be 100% shot on Dash Cam.
Yes!These are all very important.We want to respect our friends, neighbors and fellow, so you’ll need to obtain additional documentation for any recognizable people seen in your videos.Thinkware cannot use anyone’s image without their permission. Unless own all the rights to the music in your video, you need to get permission and licensing to feature it.To rock that music in your video, you will need a sync license from the publisher and a master recording license from the record label.*Remember:both you and Thinkware need permission to use the music.In contract-speak, the music has to be sub-licensable and cleared for commercial use.Why?So we can share your edit and get you paid! If you’re not sure where to access music that’s available to use, simply submit your raw clips.
Image quality and story quality can help your video submission stand out. Always submit the highest quality and best resolution for any video. Raw clips and video edits should be captured and submitted in the highest quality possible without the addition of watermarks. Lastly, the more info we have, the better! Complete the fields in the content submission form to the best of your ability.
Raw clips and video edits are eligible for rewards ranging from gift cards to Thinkware dash cams. Great content in each category will be celebrated on THINKWARE DASH CAM’S social media channels, or as a Video of the Month.
Is there a limit to how many times I can submit towards the Awards?
There’s no limit to how many entries you can submit. Submit all of your best, brightest, and most captivating content, but keep in mind- multiple submissions of the same asset will not increase your chances for an award.
Thinkware will use the email associated with your Thinkware account for all communications.It’s important that your contact info is current and accurate in order to ensure proper delivery of Thinkware notifications.
A visual confirmation will appear on the upload page once your submission is complete.
Thinkware experts review every valid content submission. If your content is selected for an Award or acquired for future use, you’ll receive an email notification with additional details.
Thinkware will be reviewing and awarding content monthly.An email Notifications will be sent to recipients as they are granted.If you don’t receive a notification immediately, don’t worry—your content may still be in consideration.There is a slim chance you could see your content featured prior to receiving an email notification.
Thinkware examines submissions and evaluates the image and story quality of submissions to determine which ones deserve an Award. Always submit the highest quality and best resolution for any video.Raw clips and video edits should be captured and submitted in the highest quality possible, without the addition of watermarks, filters or other color treatments.Lastly, the more info we have, the better!Complete the fields in the content submission form to the best of your ability.
Absolutely.There’s no limit to the number of awards you can receive or the frequency with which they can be awarded.Thinkware will be consistently rewarding our favorite content submissions, so keep them coming!.
If you’re selected for an Award, you will be notified by email with further instructions.
There are a number of ways in which Thinkware might decide to celebrate your content, including but not limited to channels like YouTube™, Vimeo.Additional uses may include Thinkware promotional materials and official THINKWARE DASH CAM social channels such as Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
Yes.That’s the short answer.Simply by submitting your content, you’ve given Thinkware a non-exclusive license to use your content.
Great question.In fact, there are seven specific examples of kinds of content that shouldn’t be submitted Please don’t submit any content that: 1. Infringes, misappropriates or violates a third party’s patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret, moral rights or other intellectual property rights, rights of publicity or privacy. 2. Violates or encourages any conduct that would violate any applicable law or regulation or would give rise to civil liability. 3. Is fraudulent, false, misleading or deceptive. 4. Is defamatory, obscene, pornographic, vulgar or offensive. 5. Promotes discrimination, bigotry, racism, hatred, harassment or harm against any individual or group. 6. Is violent or threatening or promotes violence or actions that are threatening to any other person. 7. Promotes illegal or harmful activities or substances.