I am building a commercial desktop product using:
- Adobe Animate Air (Publishing for Adobe AIR for desktop)
- Adobe Flash CS 6 Air (Older Version of Animate)
Does published projects built under these IDE's can be used for commercial purposes?
what are the legal terms for it? do we need to attach some form of a license to our EULA?
The business model is subscription based (we are not selling any type of assets)
"4.7 Selling Your Content. We may allow you to license your Content to other users through our Services after agreeing to separate terms."
Can anyone help me where can I find and sign those items? and what type of additional info I need to add to my EULA agreement.
I couldn't get those answers from Adobe support.
Adobe doesn't care what you do with the app - you can sell it, give it away, rent it, whatever. You cannot charge money for or claim copyright in the AIR runtime library itself, but the code you wrote in Flash or Animate is entirely your property.
TOU clause 4.7 is about using Adobe's own platforms to sell content (e.g. through Stock).