personal video license transfer it to a future startup I plan to found soon

New Here ,
Sep 21, 2017 Sep 21, 2017

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If I buy a video license today in my name with intention to use that video on the website of a startup that is not yet officially founded, will the license automatically transfer to the startup? or do I have to take any step to transfer it?

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Adobe Community Professional , Sep 22, 2017 Sep 22, 2017
To give you another very common example, a web designer purchases images/videos for use on a client's website.   At completion, the website  becomes the client's responsibility.  So you don't need to do anything.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Sep 21, 2017 Sep 21, 2017

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You will have to transfer the license:

Transfer an Adobe product license

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Sep 21, 2017 Sep 21, 2017

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I'm almost certain this is an Adobe Stock question, not a software question.

You don't have to do anything to transfer the license.  You're acting as an agent for the startup. You are transferring the rights to use the image/video to your startup and the startup must comply with the license terms & use restrictions.  If you wanted to use the same image/video on a 2nd project, you'd need to buy another license.

Nancy

Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional
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New Here ,
Sep 21, 2017 Sep 21, 2017

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Yes this was a Adobe Stock question.

I ended up by calling Adobe support, got moved around between multiple persons... for getting a fuzzy answer that I cannot exploit...

I believe though that the startup will be able to use it as an employer can use a  photo licensed by an employee in its own name...

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Sep 22, 2017 Sep 22, 2017

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To give you another very common example, a web designer purchases images/videos for use on a client's website.   At completion, the website  becomes the client's responsibility.  So you don't need to do anything.

Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional
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Sep 22, 2017 Sep 22, 2017

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Nancy is correct!

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