What's the difference between premium and standard content? How is this status determined?
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A standard content is a royalty-free asset which can be licensed such that it can be used for an illustrative purpose, even in a professional context. Individuals and teams can access Adobe Stock standard assets (standard images, standard templates, and standard 3D assets) through subscription plans. Subscription plans range from three standard assets per month to 750 standard assets per month.
The Adobe Stock Premium collection contains thousands of hand-picked images from the portfolios of some of the world’s top photographers and agencies. They have the same file types and resolutions as other Adobe Stock images but have been selected for exceptional content, style, authenticity, and production quality.
All Adobe Stock Premium collection images include an Enhanced License, which allows unlimited print runs. However, Extended Licenses to create derivate products for resale (such as coffee mugs or T-shirts) are only available for Premium images with an Adobe Stock Enterprise account.
Adobe Stock Premium collections are priced at three tiers. You can also license the same images in a smaller size for half of their price. For example, you can license a premium image priced at US$499.99 with dimensions of 6000 px x 4000 px or for US$249.99 with dimensions of 1688 px x 1125 px.
For more information, you may also refer to Common Questions, Adobe Stock
Additionally, Premium assets, such as videos, Premium collections images, and editorial images or videos, can be licensed on-demand or using credits from a credit pack.
Also, you may refer to Stock Licensing & terms FAQ: Where can I find the terms and licensing information for Adobe Stock? in order to get more information about the licensing terms and restrictions of Adobe Stock.
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