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Can I flash between multiple logos using a Splash screen?

I'm making a splash screen for use in videos and the game itself. I want to flash between our logo, the unreal 4 logo, and the game logo. is this allowed, and if so how should I go about it? Could the logo be modified to work with the style(a holoprojector creating flashing images), or would it have to be kept in original color/style?

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asked May 05 '14 at 08:37 PM in Legal & Licensing

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Hi, quick update - you can access the TM license, logos, style guidelines and so forth here: https://www.unrealengine.com/branding-guidelines-and-trademark-usage

Stylized logo treatments are fine; just keep the Unreal Engine logo at the proper aspect ratio and so forth. Questions can be sent to branding@unrealengine.com.

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answered Oct 10 '14 at 04:02 PM

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You can go to edit > Project Settings > Movies > Startup Movies to change the movies but the EULA has a section that specifically talks about your dilemma.

You agree to place the following notices in the credits for any Product (replacing xxxx with the current year):

“[Product name] uses the Unreal® Engine. Unreal® is a trademark or registered trademark of Epic Games, Inc. in the United States of America and elsewhere”

“Unreal® Engine, Copyright 1998 – xxxx, Epic Games, Inc. All rights reserved.”

No other license or right in the Epic Trademarks is granted under this Agreement. All use of the Epic Trademarks will inure to the sole benefit of Epic. You agree not to engage in any activity that could tarnish, dilute, or affect the validity or enforceability of the Epic Trademarks or cause consumer confusion or diminish any goodwill relating to any Epic Trademarks. If you wish to make further use of the Epic Trademarks, please go to unrealengine.com/contact.

From: https://www.unrealengine.com/eula

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answered May 05 '14 at 09:56 PM

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The section above from the EULA addresses the game credits.

As for putting a UE4 logo in the splash screen of the game, the EULA actually doesn't include a trademark license. We'll have a FAQ entry in the near future to address how to get a trademark license from Epic to do this kind of stuff.

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