Hi Silvia, licenses don’t expire and the project that you’ll use the track can be public forever. So it’s one time only payment.
Now, since we have YT partnership, I cannot stress enough how important it is for us to have no legal issues with the copyright part.
Hi, I would advice that you get someone create a custom track for you because licensing terms on audiojungle restricts the use with single application only.
Hi tiam, no need to complicate the issue.
- One free game = one regular license,
- Multiple free games = multiple regular licenses,
- One paid game = one extended license,
- Multiple paid games = multiple extended licenses.
When any kind of payment by the user side is involved, it is covered by extended license.
Regular license covers only free games/apps/videos, which means absolutely free to access and use without any kind of payment involved.
Hope this helps
That’s a cool track, i like it and didn’t notice any problems. So, it’s quite finished in my opinion.
Keep it up
Hi Collis, everything is as good as it can be, just bring in more buyers
Other than that, i have a few ideas that could be useful:
- An audiojungle radio that we can listen to music while doing other things
- Ability to attach cover art/image to the background of the audiojungle player
- And maybe social activity feeds on the dashboard page
Check out zbrush. It’s intuitive and almost like playing with mud to create what you want. You’ll be creating amazing looking things with extreme details within 2-3 days. Downside is it’s not industry standard and you can’t animate the objects.
Cool personal list but it’s too far away from being audiojungle top 10 Sorry.
Auto refresh on homepage may not be a good idea due to serverside reasons but i’d like to see feeds which’ll update in my dashboard like every other social network (e.g. when someone likes/bookmarks your item, replies to your comment or similar actions of other people you follow).
Hi bibawa, i don’t know what that tune is but i’m giving it a shot. I’ll be posting a very similar music in a few days if you are interested.
I’m not a lawyer or anything but i think you need an extended license. Legally speaking, the fact that you sell your dvds only to a limited number of people doesn’t change it.
As far as my understanding goes envato doesn’t want to involve too much into copyright related things that could stand against them in case of a jurisdiction.
Therefore, best thing to do is shooting an email directly to the author explaining the situation and asking them if it’s alright to go with regular license. I guess most authors wouldn’t reply negatively.
Otherwise, a movie production company can buy regular license and sell millions of dvds containing it. In such a situation, authors might easily sue that company if they know they didn’t sell an extended license of the item.
Secondly, you can’t walk around the copyright by getting someone else to buy the project and modify it for you. In that case, the person modifying the project should inform you about the copyright policy for the project as it involves multiple people’s copyrights. If they tell you that you can do whatever you want with it, they are violating the copyrights as well and they might be liable.
Again this is not a legal advice, just sharing my two cents. As i said before, just email the authors and ask for permission explaining that extended license is well over your budget.
Hope this helps