Using Adobe puppets of Character Animator in a creative commons licensed video?

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I'd like to use some puppets that adobe provides for free in an educational video for students.

 

I want to license the video under a Creative Commons license, is that possible with those puppets?

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Adobe Employee , Dec 15, 2020 Dec 15, 2020
Yep! That's fine! See 1:50 into here: https://youtu.be/7pgm_u4VkQk?t=110

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Dec 15, 2020 Dec 15, 2020

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I struggle to find any license information at all on Adobe puppets. Can anyone help?

 

I'm working at a public university in Germany and try to publish educational content under a creative commons license so that others are able to reuse it, i.e. republish and remix educational videos at other universities or schools.

 

In this particular case, we are producing a video on different measurements of economic inequality using Character Animator puppets. I'm happy to share more details with Adobe if this is a case by case decision.

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Yep! That's fine! See 1:50 into here:

https://youtu.be/7pgm_u4VkQk?t=110

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