Does anyone know?
>Software that is Monetized for revenue
I don't understand the question, since I don't understand what you mean by the above
monetized as in make money off my tutorial. I will be earning money by the ads on my YouTube Videos that show me giving tutorials using the adobe software
I don't see why not providing you're complying with Youtube's T's and C's.
You can use Adobe software commercially if that's what you're asking. Millions do so daily.
where in the End Users License Agreement of Adobe Software does it say I can use their software for commerical use? I don't see anywhere where it talks about that. YouTube also says that you can't use content that's not your own but yet millions of videos on YouTube show video tutorials using Adobe Software.
where in the End Users License Agreement of Adobe Software does it say I can use their software for commerical use? I don't see anywhere where it talks about that.
Never been asked that question in relation to non-education versions of Adobe software.
The EULA wording is more about what you can do to the software rather than with it and it's more about explicit restrictions rather than permissions. There's no specific clause that I'm aware of which says it's OK to use commercially but it's been used commercially since the day version 1 was released.
I've always understood that how you use it is up to you, providing there's no license restriction to the contrary.
There a specific FAQ for using Student and Teacher Editions commercially.
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