When archiving a project that was produced with After Effects/Premiere CC, our team had a question: For how long does Adobe license fonts? The particular font our team chose is not available from a vendor with an appropriate license for our legal team, so they used the version on Adobe Fonts. But if the project needs to be opened up and modified-- for example, years from now-- is there a possibility Adobe could let the license laspse, rendering it unavailable to use in the cloud?
In other words, is Adobe Fonts like Netflix, with products coming and going regularly as their licenses lapse-- or are the fonts available in perpetuity?
Thank you for reaching out. We do have to retire fonts from our subscription library from time to time. We try our best to avoid this and we work hard to build long-lasting relationship with our font foundry partners. For more info, pleaset check out this article: https://helpx.adobe.com/fonts/using/retired-fonts.html
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