Asked Questions and Answers

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General questions
  • What does royalty free mean?

    Royalty free means you just need to pay for rights to use the item once per end product. You don't need to pay additional or ongoing fees for each person who sees or uses it.

    Please note that there may be some limits placed on uses under the different license types available on the marketplaces, such as our Photo and Music Licenses (see the PhotoDune and AudioJungle FAQs for more information)

  • What do you mean by item and end product?

    The item is what you purchase from twitter Market. The end product is what you build with that item.

    Example: The item is a business card template; the end product is the finalized business card. The item is a button graphic; the end product is an app using the button graphic in the app's interface.

  • What are some examples of permitted end products?

    * You can buy a web template, add your text and images, and use it as your website.
    * You can buy an HTML site template, convert it to WordPress, and use it as your website (but not as a stock template for sale).
    * You can buy a flyer template, modify the text, print a flyer, and hand it out.
    * You can buy a game starter kit, compile it, and put the game on an app store.
    * You can buy a music track and use it in your radio or TV ad.
    * You can buy a sound effect and put it in your game.

  • Am I allowed to modify the item that I purchased?

    Yes. You can customize our items to fit the needs of your end product.

    Example: You could change the colors, text, and layout of a flyer template or convert an HTML template into a WordPress theme for a single client.

Regular & Extended Licenses
  • Is the Regular License the same thing as an editorial license?

    No, our Regular License is for a free end product (whether or not the item is used in the end product in an editorial way). And our Extended License is for an end product that's sold (whether or not the item is used in the end product in an editorial way). If you want to use an item in an editorial way in your end product, choose the Regular License if your end product is distributed for free, and choose the Extended License if your end product is sold to the end customer.

  • Which license do I need to use an item in a commercial?

    You only need a Regular License where the end product is an advertisement, as the audience does not have to pay to view it. It doesn't matter if the advertisement is for things that are being sold.

    Please note that our Music Licenses approach broadcast advertisements a bit differently. For more information see the AudioJungle section of the FAQ.

  • Can I re-distribute an item? What about under an Extended?

    No. You can't license items and then make them available to others 'as-is' (that is, as a stand-alone item or as stock), regardless of which license you purchase.

    Example: You can't buy a business card template and distribute it as a template, source files and all.

  • Do you have a developer license?

    No. At this time we don't have a developer or multi-client license for themes and code items.
    Example: You cannot buy a WordPress theme once and use it for more than one client


What is a single application?
  • What is a single application?

    A single application means one unique end product (which can be copied and made available to end users of that product). The end product depends on the nature of the item - for an item like a logo template, the end product is the final, unique logo, which can be used in unlimited ways.

    Most of our licenses are single application, however see the "Permitted Multi-Use" FAQ section for a few specific exceptions. Where multi-use is an available option, the single application FAQs here do not apply.

  • Do I need a separate license each time I use an item in a series?

    No. You only need to purchase the item once per series.

  • What are allowed variations of a single application?

    In addition to a series, allowed variations of an end product that are still considered a single application include:
    1. Translations - the same end product simply translated into a different language (e.g. alternate text or alternate voiceover)
    2. Cut-downs - a shortened version of an end product where no new content has been added (e.g. a 15 second "teaser" version of a film trailer)
    3. Tag changes - minor revisions to text or content (e.g. changing "Coming Soon" to "Now Showing")

  • Are item packs/bundles still limited to a single end product?

    Each item within the "pack/bundle" (multiple existing marketplace items grouped together and sold as a new unique item) essentially gets its own license. Meaning each item can be used on a maximum of one end product.

Permitted multi-use
  • Can I use a PhotoDune item in different end products?

    For a tool, such as a font or Photoshop brush, you are allowed to install the tool on up to 2 computers and use it yourself. You can then create many different end products using the tool. The tool itself is not to be re-distributed. For full details see the Tools License.

  • What does the Tools License allow me to do?

    For a tool, such as a font or Photoshop brush, you are allowed to install the tool on up to 2 computers and use it yourself. You can then create many different end products using the tool. The tool itself is not to be re-distributed. For full details see the Tools License.

  • Does the Extended License allow multiple use of the item?

    No. Please see the FAQ "If I purchase an Extended License, do I get a multi-use, multi-domain, multi-client or developer license?" for more info.

  • What if there is a Multi-Use option available in the purchase box?

    Certain items offer both a single use as well as a multi-use license to choose from. Where available, purchasing the multi-use option allows multiple use of the item. The multi-use option is currently only available for our SFX License and Video Media License. Please see those specific license terms for more details.