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MusicPremium
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If you don’t agree with the extended license terms, turn it off. But don’t complain about it, and leave it on, because it makes your argument look pretty weak.

Weak ? I just dont see this issue as you do, so we dont have the same way to solve the problem. And it doesnt make “look my argument pretty weak” as well… That’s why i’m done with this thread. Too many different opinions. I just keep making my music. :) Cheers

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garethcoker
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Yup, I agree there are many ways to solve the problem, but by enabling extended licenses, you’re sending the message that you agree with Envato’s policy – even though you said that you think the situation is nonsense. It’s quite contradictory.

I disabled them, and I’ll just keep making my music. :) Cheers

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Just did some more research and it restored belief (even 1 elite author has extended licenses disabled) and who knows maybe there could be more lucrative deals when ppl can’t buy directly extended license :) and now we just continue doing music. :) Cheers

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dejans
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Just to revive this thread a bit, hope Envato changes policy on this matter.

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SchwartzSound
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Here’s an excerpt from music licensing terms on another stock marketplace, regarding prohibited use:

“Incorporation of the Content in any product that results in a re-distribution or re-use of the Content (such as templates) or is otherwise made available in such a way one could extract or access or reproduce the Content as a separate file

I’m no lawyer, but that seems exactly like what we’re looking for here. In the very least with this scenario, the licensing terms should require obtaining author permission.

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AudioMonks
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Here’s an excerpt from music licensing terms on another stock marketplace, regarding prohibited use:

“Incorporation of the Content in any product that results in a re-distribution or re-use of the Content (such as templates) or is otherwise made available in such a way one could extract or access or reproduce the Content as a separate file

I’m no lawyer, but that seems exactly like what we’re looking for here. In the very least with this scenario, the licensing terms should require obtaining author permission.

+1111111

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we will never bury this

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Thank you Envato :) http://notes.envato.com/news/marketplace-license-upgrade/

[x] enabled extended licenses :D

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pinkzebra
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Big thank you!

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MusicPremium
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Thanks for changing this point Envato !

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