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Price reduction on 4K video

Explorer ,
Feb 07, 2024 Feb 07, 2024

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I just got an email like this, We are writing to let you know about a pricing update for video content on Adobe Stock: 4K video clips will now be offered alongside HD clips for licensing as part of Adobe Stock subscriptions. This change will simplify the offering for Stock customers, allowing them to license HD and 4K video content as well as standard images, templates, 3D, and audio tracks using their subscriptions.

 

There is no change to the current royalty rate.

 

However, it's worth noting that per-video license royalty payments for 4K videos may see a reduction, as these videos will be available to subscription customers at varying discounts based on their plans. The existing Adobe Stock royalty rate (35%) remains consistent, calculated based on the price per clip. 4K video pricing remains unchanged for all on-demand clips and credit packs. does that mean HD and 4K will be the same price, or even though royalties are not reduced or remain 35% there will be a reduction per download for contributors?  

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Feb 07, 2024 Feb 07, 2024

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You should correctly paragraph your message, especially when quoting, it should be clear, when the quote ends.

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does that mean HD and 4K will be the same price, or even though royalties are not reduced or remain 35% there will be a reduction per download for contributors?  


By @Budi Gustira

I suppose that this is your question and the rest of the message, except for the introductory sentence, is the quote from the e-mail.

 

No, HD and 4k won't be the same price. That's not what is being told. But as different plans offer different reductions, you may get a different price from different buyers, depending on the plan they have. That will, however, be offset with more sales, as it will be easier for users to buy assets (my guess).

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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