While a copyright is created as soon as the creator has affixed the work in a tangible form of expression such as a book, sound recording or video, it is a myth that this is all that is necessary to enforce this right. And don't be fooled by the so called "Poor Man's Copyright", which consists of mailing yourself a copy of your work. US copyright law does not recognize this as legal way to enforce your copyrights.
And what use is a copyright if you can't bring suit to protect it, right?
A copyright is only enforceable if it is registered with the United States Copyright Office. Let us prepare and file your application for copyright registration of your literary work, sound recording, script, artwork, illustrations, apparel design, video, or photo.
You can register a singular work or a group of up to 10 of works in the same medium in one application.