[ISO/IEC]SC 29 Software Copyright Licencing Disclaimer

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SC 29 Software Copyright Licencing Disclaimer

This software module was originally developed by <FN1> <LN1> (<CN1>) and edited by <FN2> <LN2> (<CN2>), <FN3> <LN3> (<CN3>), ... in the course of development of the <standard> for reference purposes and its performance may not have been optimized. This software module is an implementation of one or more tools as specified by the <standard>.
ISO/IEC gives users free license to this software module or modifications thereof for use in products claiming conformance to audiovisual and image-coding related ITU Recommendations and/or ISO/IEC International Standards.
ISO/IEC gives users the same free license to this software module or modifications thereof for research purposes and further ISO/IEC standardisation.
Those intending to use this software module in products are advised that its use may infringe existing patents. ISO/IEC have no liability for use of this software module or modifications thereof.
Copyright is not released for products that do not conform to audiovisual and image-coding related ITU Recommendations and/or ISO/IEC International Standards.
<CN1> retains full right to modify and use the code for its own purpose, assign or donate the code to a third party and to inhibit third parties from using the code for products that do not conform to audiovisual and image-coding related ITU Recommendations and/or ISO/IEC International Standards.
This copyright notice must be included in all copies or derivative works. Copyright (c) ISO/IEC 200_.

NB1  In the text <standard> should be replaced with the appropriate International Standard, e.g. ISO/IEC 14496-1.
NB2  <FN> = First Name, <LN> = Last name, <CN> = Company Name
NB3  Sentences in italic not required in statement when the original developer does not wish to be identified
NB4  Sentences in bold not required in statement when the original developer allows unrestricted use of this software
NB5  Reference to "ITU Recommendation" may be omitted when the module is deemed not to be relevant for ITU Recommendations.


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