I'm in the process of putting together an education website for learning using memory palaces (think of a painting where each image is a place holder for information).
To do so, I will use photo-manipulation to make a collage of the images, with the individual images coming from Adobe stock.
I am one person, and not working with a team or enterprise.
My question is, does the Standard license cover me if:
- The main product is the educational information packed into picture format, and all stock images will be altered in the process.
- The collage images will be available on the my website and on the mobile application.
- The collage images will be incorporated into a video explaining the information - and the video will be available on my website, mobile application; and on youtube for marketing purposes.
The Adobe Stock terms mentioned that the 500,000 copies restriction for the Standard license did not refer to a website and mobile application traffic, so I'm hoping that is also true for my idea.
Thanks for any help in answering this question,
Are you selling anything with the images on or just creating a website in which they will be used? You don't mention if you are selling anything with the image in use.
If you are just using it as graphics on a website you should be fine as long as you aren't posting the original high resolution images. Which you shouldn't for web anyways.
To use the images of Adobe Stock on the website and on the mobile application, Standard assets/licenses are ideal if only you take all reasonable actions to prevent website visitors from downloading or reusing the work.
For more details about the different licensing terms of Adobe Stock you may also refer: http://www.adobe.com/content/dam/acom/en/legal/servicetou/Adobe_Stock_Terms-en_US-20170630 _2200.pdf
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Let me know if this information helps!
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