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Luthdrix
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I’m relatively new here and I have a quick question regarding licensing. I have a reasonable understanding of how the different licenses work. Extended license affords buyer the right to sell the end product. So my question is, Would the client also need an extended license if they plan on monetizing/placing advertising, on a video/project that contains an AudioJungle track? Say somebody purchases a license on one of your tracks, makes a youtube video, puts ads on the video and makes money. Do they need an extended license to do this?

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Art-of-Sound
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No, because they don’t sell the video.

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Luthdrix
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Dang.

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Art-of-Sound
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Yeah, I know. It’s really something that Envato should fix. Regular license should apply solely to non-commercial projects. Every project related to making profits, even indirectly, should acquire the extended license. It’s absurd that a 5-figures-budget commercial, that will bring millions of dollars profit to the advertiser, requires a $17 license only because commercials are free to watch…

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LumenMedia
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Agree

Yeah, I know. It’s really something that Envato should fix. Regular license should apply solely to non-commercial projects. Every project related to making profits, even indirectly, should acquire the extended license. It’s absurd that a 5-figures-budget commercial, that will bring millions of dollars profit to the advertiser, requires a $17 license only because commercials are free to watch…
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