Please have a look at the licensing terms for better understanding:
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I have thoroughly combed through the terms and conditions of license usage, however, it does not specifically address my concerns. I was hoping I could get a professional/staff to explain in more detail HOW the terms of the different licenses would directly apply to the situation in which I explained. I need to understand clearly how the license relates so I nor my client runs into an any legal issues up the road. I have already tried to contact Customer Support & they have no phone number that I can call in relation to "How-to's" regarding licenses. It just refers me back to "the forum" to direct my question for an expert to answer, which is quite annoying when you have a deadline. So I'm stuck waiting to get an answer & can't make a business decision with this particular client until I can get a proper response from Adobe.
I hope you can help further!
I basically need it explained to me in layman's terms in relation to my project.
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1: A standard should be fine as the primary entity of the product is the CD content not the cover. You should be good to 500,000 copies in distribution.
2: No need to transfer it if you are doing the design stuff for the client. If the client plans to use it for things designed by other designers as well it is best the client licenses it and provides it to you as an asset to design with.
3: Most promotional items is fine. However if they are selling items with the image it will need the extended license such as T-shirts as the reason for buying the t-shirt is the image on the shirt. Personally, if it was me and I was using an image in all my marketing I'd go with the Extended license just to cover myself. You can see about extended licenses here: Extended Licenses now available on Adobe Stock | Creative Cloud blog by Adobe
4: That's totally between you and the client.
Hope that helps a bit,
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Thank you! I appreciate your response.