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Explorer ,
Oct 14, 2023 Oct 14, 2023

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Hi community!

Can I upload a photo to Adobe where the logo was removed using Firefly in Photoshop beta?

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Community Expert , Oct 14, 2023 Oct 14, 2023

I think that in general the output from beta releases cannot be used commercially. I'll look for that in the Adobe t&c's later.

 

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Community Expert , Oct 15, 2023 Oct 15, 2023
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You misunderstood me. There were no watermarks. I used the beta version of Photoshop. Firefly was already fully functional in it.


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The beta of Photoshop used the beta of Firefly. So no. You will regenerate, as @Jill_C said.

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Community Expert ,
Oct 14, 2023 Oct 14, 2023

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You cannot upload to Adobe Stock an AI image that was made using Firefly Beta, even if you managed to remove the watermark. You should regenerate the AI asset using the fully released version of Firefly.

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You misunderstood me. There were no watermarks. I used the beta version of Photoshop. Firefly was already fully functional in it.

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I think that in general the output from beta releases cannot be used commercially. I'll look for that in the Adobe t&c's later.

 

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Content Credentials window:

Sergii5CEA_2-1697306205165.png

 

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Community Expert ,
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Here's the reference I was looking for:

https://www.adobe.com/legal/licenses-terms/adobe-cc-beta-gen-ai-additional-terms.html

from paragraph 1: 
"The Input and Output are your Content and all provisions governing Content in the Terms apply to the Input and Output; provided, however, that you may not use the Output for any commercial purpose."

 

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You misunderstood me. There were no watermarks. I used the beta version of Photoshop. Firefly was already fully functional in it.


By @Sergii5CEA

The beta of Photoshop used the beta of Firefly. So no. You will regenerate, as @Jill_C said.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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