LucaFormicola saidNo problem mate, I’m glad – Tutto bene Oh well Mat, I wasn’t offended in any manner by your comment, it was just a point of view from Italy
Oh sorry, don’t feel ashame… :
1.: I believe it’s not your fault
2: There are idiots in most other countries, they just don’t act so obvious
This is a concern, along with other licensing issues on Audiojungle. There is actually a top seller who, through an external site, offers the watermarked versions of tracks labeled as “free version”. I think this kind of thing can cause some serious confusion with regard to how watermarked tracks are allowed to be used. Obviously they are intended for testing purposes, and it is assumed that no one would use a water marked track for commercial use, but this is obviously not true. Perhaps the water mark could be updated in some way. Then again, I find it shocking that this is even a problem at all. And perhaps its such a small amount of people doing this that it isn’t worth dealing with. What ever happened to just making music?
Damn! Some people (and companies) can be so cheap.
yes, even though the system is not perfect, we still love making music!
it’s sad that they would be so cheap to use a track that has a watermark in it. I think maybe they need to make sure that the watermark is louder so that it deters this kind of behavior. if the watermark is louder, then it would be very undesirable. however, in this track, it’s so low that it almost sounds like it’s part of the track. maybe this could help?
I don’t understand exactly. Is this song uploaded to audio jungle yet have 0 sales? What about checking with the actual author? What if the author directly used it and they wanted the song to have the water-mark so it would’t be stolen from youtube? That’s what most people do here when they upload to youtube isn’t it? What if they were working on some project as a demo or some college project?