Dan Marchant wrote in post #18610017
I doubt it. You would be registering the video as a single/whole creative work, not the individual images/parts.
For thought, how would that likely affect the effectiveness of the copyright?
Say, a photographer combined 1,000 images into one slideshow.
Each image of the slideshow is, indeed, covered by the copyright of the entire slideshow. For instance, if you pulled a frame from a movie and used it for your own purposes, you can still be sued for copyright infringement.
It might lose a bit of effective coverage from the standpoint that unlike the case with a separate image copyright, an infringement involving only one image is only a small part of the entire copyrighted work, and percentage of the work infringed sometimes makes a difference in a judgment.
OTOH, most infringers will choose to settle when a work has been registered, so the issue may never reach that stage.