Modification of Work and Distribution Limit for Computer Game

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Mar 12, 2018 Mar 12, 2018

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Hi,

I have been reading the legal info for Adobe Stock and I have a question about the restrictions in section 3.1(b) of the terms to the standard license: if the Work is modified to the point of being an "original work of authorship" so that it can be distributed in merchandise [as described in section 3.1(b)(2)], does this obviate the distribution limit of 500,000 specified in section 3.1(b)(1)? Further, if the product is a digitally distributed videogame for computers (Windows, Apple, etc.), does this qualify as a product to which the limit does not apply (such as "mobile app")?

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Winslow

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Adobe Employee , Mar 13, 2018 Mar 13, 2018
Hi there,As per the license terms mentioned here: License information and Terms of use | Adobe Stock I believe your work will require an extended license since you'll be using the asset in merchandise/resale i.e. video games in your case.Regards,Sheena

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Hi there,

As per the license terms mentioned here: License information and Terms of use | Adobe Stock I believe your work will require an extended license since you'll be using the asset in merchandise/resale i.e. video games in your case.

Regards,

Sheena

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