I don't know what the term "standard assets" means.
If I buy the plan with 10 standard assets a month, does that mean I can download 10 images?
Help me understand.
The FAQ should help explain this - see Common Questions, Adobe Stock
You can purchase Adobe Stock standard assets (images, 3D assets, and templates) through subscription plans. Subscription plans give you the flexibility of choosing just three downloadable images per month to up to 750 downloadable images per month. Non-standard assets (videos, Premium images, and Premium templates) can be purchased on-demand on an as-needed basis. You don’t require a subscription to buy non-standard assets.
Is there a subscription plan for non-standard assets? For instance, if I needed to purchase 10 videos.
No, there isn't a subscription plan for non-standard assets - they'd need to be purchased individually.
I honestly believe there's a major problem with stock footage, particularly video. In that there's nothing there about use of the clip. For example, I'm looking for 3 x 1 second clips of an alarm clock going off for a personal project. That will cost 3 x £50 at 1080p. Which is crazy money for what I'm using it for.
I appreciate for commercial projects, it's different. But I don't see why licenses can't vary accordingly.
Thanks for your feedback.
I'm afraid we don't have different license types depending on whether the asset is being used for personal or commercial projects.
What about music is that an asset
I am also interested in finding out about audio for adobe stock. I am ONLY interested in music tracks for a small YouTube channel but am confused by the terms "asset". I find it absurd to pay 30/mo and only get 10 songs so I must be interpreting the licensing incorrectly. Why doesn't Adobe do a carve out for Audio when people are only interested in tracks for Premiere Pro? I'm following this question in hopes of clarification. Thanks!