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These pages are the pages you'll use to submit your entry to the Animation Competition. Please read each step carefully to make sure that your entry is accepted.

Before you can submit your animation, you need to make sure you have everything you need. Please check that you have each of the following things:

  1. You need your submission token. Ask your teacher for this - they were sent it when they first registered your school or class for the Animation Competition, and they can find a copy of it on their teacher profile page. If your teacher doesn't have a submission token, they'll need to register here to get one.
  2. You need the file containing your animation. Make sure you know the name of the file, and which folder on your computer it's stored in. Suppose your animation file is called (for example) "MYFILE". If you used Alice to create it, then the file will be called MYFILE.a2w (or MYFILE.a3w). For Scratch it will be MYFILE.sb, for Scratch 2 it will be MYFILE.sb2, for Flash/KoolMoves/Serif/SWiSH it will be MYFILE.swf. For 3DSMax/Maya/Blender/Lightwave/Other 3D packages submissions you should save your work as an .avi file - and please ensure that the avi will play in VLC before submitting it. The maximum accepted file size is 100MBytes.
  3. You will need an email address we can contact you at. This address must be unique to you or your group, if you do not have an email address, please contact your teacher for help.

Have you got all those things ready? If you have, you're ready to submit your entry, click Next to begin the submission process. When your entry submission has gone through OK, you'll see a questionnaire, which we'd really like you to fill in for us.

IMPORTANT: We take the use of copyrighted sound, images, and other content very seriously. Before you submit your animation, you must make sure that you own the rights to, or that you have the permission of the rights owner(s) to use, any sounds, music, or graphics included in the animation. During the judging process, we may ask you to provide proof of permission to use any sound, music, or graphics you did not create yourself. Your entry may be disqualified if it contains copyrighted material without permission!