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DOGmotion
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Ok Dog, forget all examples we have mentioned. Let´s start here: I see a nice video on vimeo(like a trip video, some unknown faces appearing, and under CC). So the owner of this video changes the license and claim to Envato. My question: are we protected in this case?

I think it all depends on the individual case.

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I think Envato should warn. The author should make a corrected preview and this is it. Or am I wrong?
But you have already used and earned on Jennifer Lopez face. So you stole her face, earned on it, and then said: “Sorry!”. Do you think it’s right?..
May be a man can steal a car, and then police can’t bring him to jail… because he will give the car back. =) Funny, right?
Dog, try this: Change in your explanation “Jeniffer Lopez” to someone who you(author) don´t now but is a “kinda” famous person in some country. I think in this example Envato should just warn.

I don’t know how to say the quote in English correctly, but I will try:

Ignorance is not an excuse.

Or: Not knowing is not an excuse.
Do you know there is such law in many countries?

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I think Envato should warn. The author should make a corrected preview and this is it. Or am I wrong?
But you have already used and earned on Jennifer Lopez face. So you stole her face, earned on it, and then said: “Sorry!”. Do you think it’s right?..
May be a man can steal a car, and then police can’t bring him to jail… because he will give the car back. =) Funny, right?
Or if a man takes an apple that’s under a sign that says, “free apples”, but they aren’t really free.

Exactly!
UPD: Especially if that apple was a MacBook Pro. =)

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DOGmotion
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I think Envato should warn. The author should make a corrected preview and this is it. Or am I wrong?
But you have already used and earned on Jennifer Lopez face. So you stole her face, earned on it, and then said: “Sorry!”. Do you think it’s right?..
May be a man can steal a car, and then police can’t bring him to jail… because he will give the car back. =) Funny, right?
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A question to Envato Staff: If we use videos under CC 3.0 and the owner of any CC 3.0 video claims to Envato, our accounts would be closed??? Detail: Almost all authors use videos under CC.
If I for example upload photo of Jennifer Lopez to Flickr. Marked it under CC 3.0 license. And no one from Flickr staff notice it. They just can’t see everything… And then you came to my page. You see my Jennifer Lopez stolen photo under CC 3.0 license. And you think: “Great I use it, because it under CC 3.0!” You create a project with Lopez… Reviewer don’t know who the hell is Jennifer Lopez, just imagine this situation, and he approved your template… Some time passed, your project with Jennifer Lopez became popular, because you are talented and Jennifer is awesome, and no one, only you use such an amazing footage… But suddenly a lawyer of Jennifer Lopez came to videohive and saw your project…

So my question is how do you think what Envato will do with you? :))
And another question: How do you think who will be guilty, YOU – who use the photo for your commercial product, or I – who is a random guy without a name or any address? =)

It’s very simple, I think. )

PS: Sorry to everyone if there is any grammar or spelling mistakes.
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Just never use professionally made trailers, movies, where you see that a lot of people work on it. There is always a risk, even if it’s under CC 3.0 license. You can’t be sure that this license is legal.
I suggest to use footage from a single and free creator. And never use blockbuster trailers.

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@DOGmotion – How is that possible? I have no idea… I’m using AE CC 2014, but how can I switch to CC 2012?

I found this information yesterday: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1273143
Personally I don’t use Creative Cloud, but as I understand you can even download AE CS6 and use it. So you can save your projects in CS5.5 version.
Read the thread carefully, the link to CS6 will be in the end.

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I’m using CC 2014, unfortunately.

But Creative Cloud allow you to install CC version, not only CC 2014. Or I misunderstand something.
This subject is interesting to me too. Personally I think we should wait 2 – 3 years and then feel free to upload only CC versions… But it’s too damn long period!

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Hey everyone, just wanted to share the latest update!

While the primary purpose is still enhanced accessibility and naming of preview file downloads, version 1.5 now has some new tweaks and experimental features, including an audio waveform player for both the AudioJungle list view and item pages!

As always it’s available for free on the Chrome Web Store, so let me know how it works for you, and enjoy :)

Oh, man! Thank you soooo much!!! )

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Somebody explain me, why Envato collect VAT from my EU buyers if I’m not from EU? Furthermore, why you put this information on Tax Invoice if I don’t need it at all? Weird.

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