Videos and images you use in a presentation, web site, essay, report etc... must be cited according to the referencing style you are using (APA, Harvard, etc.). See the Referencing guides for more information and examples of each style. Any videos or images must be attributed to the owner of the copyrighted work.
Remember to make a note of information like the creator's name, the image title, URL, book title, etc, as soon as you decide to use an image, so you have all the details you need when you write your references.
The following information may be required in the citation, depending on the style:
Don't forget when you create a video, you need to reference any images, audio, videos, books, articles etc you mention or use in the video.
Generally, referencing in videos is done in the credits text at the end of a video. If uploading video to sites like YouTube where there is a text description box, references can also be written in the description.
Remember not to use copyrighted material (video, audio, images) in a video you upload unless you have permission from the copyright holder, or your use is covered under Australian Fair Dealing copyright law.