I’ve got an item from here on GraphicRiver (it was actually part of the Birthday Bundle). I’m working on a screencast and I’d like to use the image as title “slides” for the sections of the screencast. Does the standard license allow me to use the same image, say, 5 or 6 times within the same screencast?
Thanks for clearing this up for me! I couldn’t find this in the wiki/help.
I guess you can use it in your screencast because it will be considered a single project. Only staff can confidently say something about this though.
From my knowledge one’s able to use a single license item in one project, more information about this here: http://graphicriver.net/wiki/buying/licenses-buying/graphicriver-regular-and-extended-license-usage-examples/
As it says in the Single License, one’s able to use the item in one project. It don’t state how many times though, logically, I’d say it still counts as one project. One restriction one need to take note of though, the project one’s using the Single License item in, must be free and not include the files if it’s downloadable.
If I’m wrong Amanda, feel free to correct me
One restriction one need to take note of though, the project one’s using the Single License item in, must be free and not include the files if it’s downloadable.
Ah, well, then I guess I can’t use it; the screencast is for a Nettuts+ Premium / Tuts+ Marketplace tutorial, so it’s definitely not free (although the image can’t be downloaded separately, only in the video).
Thanks for pointing that out, Patrik!