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Thanks for reaching out to the Adobe Stock community.
- The restriction remains the same for the desktop application, a work cannot be reproduced on more than 5,00,000 copies as mentioned in the Adobe Stock licensing terms and restrictions.
- In case you are utilizing the video games for selling purpose, you will be requiring an Extended license. An extended license is an on-demand purchase and does come under the subscription plans.
- With Extended licenses, there are no boundaries on the count of people to whom the assets can be sold.
- Yes. You are welcome to edit the non-editorial asset in any way you deem necessary. Note, however, that your modifications must not violate or infringe on the intellectual property or other rights of any person or entity, nor place the author or the model in a bad light or depict them in any way that might be deemed offensive.
- You do not get a license proof for your purchase separately, however, you get an invoice for your on-demand purchase as well as the license type is mentioned in your license history.
- For using the image in scene transitions, a wiser/safer approach will be to use a part of the file or background of the file. However, an Extended license usually does not require this. In order to assist you with this, I will be requiring the screenshots of your work.
Additionally, please refer to the licensing terms and restrictions of Adobe Stock Stock Licensing & terms FAQ: Where can I find the terms and licensing information for Adobe Stock? for more information.
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Thank you for taking the time to answer that. I have resigned myself to the fact that I would need an Extended License, if I want to use your images. That being said, I would like to confirm that I can use the image prominently on my scenes if I do pay extra for the Extended License. In other words, I am referring to question 6 above.
In your answer, you said, "an Extended license usually does not require this". The word "usually" worries me here, as the following information on your website, doesn't list the "Cannot use asset prominently in merchandise or products for resale" in the Extended License column.
As a result, for my peace of mind, if I buy an Extended License, can I feature that image prominently in any scene of my video game, such as the loading screen? Or is there still a limitation as to how much of the screen space that image can take?
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You can use an Extended license for featuring the image in the scene of your video game.