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I have an Adobe Stock account under my company name. My company develops e-learning courses purchased by clients which are branded with their company name. The course uses some of my Adobe Stock licensed images and videos plus other images sourced elsewhere. I currently re-license images/videos each time a client uses them as I am transferring the license used to them. My question, is this the correct way legally to give use to my clients' for the videos/images? The e-learning course does not have my company name displayed, do I need to provide anything to my client in case they are approached about the images/videos?
Please see section 3.4 (a) of the document: https://wwwimages2.adobe.com/content/dam/acom/en/legal/servicetou/Adobe_Stock_Additional_Terms_en_US... to know more about the transfer of license scenario.
Let me know if you still have questions.
I have the same issue, but with audio tracks (somewhat more complex than images). Section 3.4(a) says (in part):
You may use a Work for the benefit of one of your clients, provided that you transfer your license to your
client via an enforceable written agreement that includes terms no less restrictive than the Terms. You are solely
responsible and liable for use of the Work by your employer or client. You must purchase additional licenses for the
same Work if you intend to use the same Work for the benefit of other clients.
I would indend to incorporate the Adobe Stock Agreement by reference (URL) in my re-licensing letter to the client. Upon posting to YouTube (and upon receving the obligatory YouTube copyright takedown notice), the client then would use the track license code that I have received from Adobe to verify that all is well and properly licensed to YouTube and to Adobe. Am I correct?
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