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EBook Licensing, Conversion, Images

Community Beginner ,
Oct 22, 2023 Oct 22, 2023

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Hello. 

 

I wrote a children's book and used licensed  Adobe Stock photos for the cover and throughout the inside of the book as well. This will be used as a Kindle eBook if I can find someone to format and convert the eBook so I can finally publish it.

 

I have an Adobe Enterprise student account where I can use an unlimited amount of licensed stock photos.

 

1. My question is do I have to have an extended license to use the pictures for the cover and inside of the book, on each of the 19 pages?

 

2. Or, can I publish it with the membership I currently have?

 

3. Do I have to credit Adobe for each photo?

 

4. Or, can I use a blanket credit in an acknowledgment?

 

I have altered the images - color, sharpness, and size. The pictures are used to help tell the story.

 

Thank you.

 

Melissa 

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Community Expert ,
Oct 22, 2023 Oct 22, 2023

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in the future, to find the best place to post your message, use the list here, https://community.adobe.com/

p.s. i don't think the adobe website, and forums in particular, are easy to navigate, so don't spend a lot of time searching that forum list. do your best and we'll move the post (like this one has already been moved) if it helps you get responses.



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Community Beginner ,
Oct 22, 2023 Oct 22, 2023

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I'm sorry. I only posted once. Someone said I posted the question twice.

 

Another question. 

 

Am I to assume there is someone who works at my university who is considered an Adobe Enterprise administrator?

 

Or is there a specific department within Adobe that I contact for questions such as these?

 

And, why am I unable to find a live chat option with an Adobe employee, like I had a month or two ago?

 

Do I call corporate instead?

 

Thank you for your help.

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Oct 22, 2023 Oct 22, 2023

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if you have a teams or enterprise license, you have an administrator, https://helpx.adobe.com/enterprise/kb/contact-administrator.html

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Oct 22, 2023 Oct 22, 2023

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Thank you.

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Oct 22, 2023 Oct 22, 2023

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You've posted the same question twice. You should ask the Administrator for your Adobe Enterprise Subscription to provide you with a copy of the Stock License Agreement, since it may be different from the standard agreement that applies to non-enterprise accounts. In general Extended Licenses are required when you incorporate Stock images into commercial products (those for sale). I don't see any specific mention in the License Agreement of the need to include image attribution in a printed book, though I think it's sort of a rule-of-thumb among authors to do so.

Jill C., Forum Volunteer

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Oct 23, 2023 Oct 23, 2023

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1. You do not have an extended licence with your plan.

2. Check the terms of your licenses. 

3. Probably. In case of doubt, credit.

4. No, you need to acknowledge every author and Adobe stock. But you can do that at any place in your book, where it is appropriate. 

 

You have the right to change the assets. No trouble with that.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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