If the license includes a ND or SA clause, then no.
Having a space in the beginning of line causes this.
Yes, you’re right, it’s not the problem to filter the watermark out but from my experience when someone is determined to use a song without paying he will find a way no matter what you do. In most cases they will simply use the watermarked version, you can hear them even in TV commercial.
Watermark serves a symbolic purpose rather than practical, like a small fence in the front yard – it shows that it’s yours but can’t stop anyone.
@ dylanthomas PRO means Performance Rights Organization – they collect royalties.
Congrats is beautiful.
Sure, when they’re kept in one place, like this http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/yaythread/77816
One month in advance.
the buyer is fully justified to rate whatever he/she pleases
Hope you will keep this state of mind when you’ll get 1 star rating.
“harass them into giving you 5 stars”
Never have I asked for a higher rating. All I wanted was knowing the motifs.
” is fully justified to rate your item 1 star “
Correct me if I’m wrong, but the rating system should reflect items quality and not serve as an outlet for one’s grudge and ill will.
It’s a common sense that all commercial projects would require the extended license. Commercial project defined as “intended for or directed toward commercial advantage or payment of any monetary compensation”.
If we weren’t supposed to contact our buyers Envato would not provide us a link then. I am positive that my message was legit.