View Full Version : Anyone understand istock licences please
04-22-2009, 11:18 PM
Hi,I have downloaded and used two sets of vector figures under standard license payed by me, not the store, for a permanent vinyl window design. The figures repeat twice each in the same design spread across 8 windows. The client I have designed this for now wants to re-use this design to go in underground stations in London and be seen on plasma screens in underground stations, they would also like to use the design in brochures and booklets advertising the store. What additions to the standard licence do I need to make for this use and is it in myname or the stores. Am I right in saying the standard licence already held by me covers the store for the repeated use in the window design as its in the same location, but may need to buy duplicated licences for brochure, booklet, underground etc. I would be grateful if anyone can help, I am nervous because its complicated to fully understand the agreements and its obviously important that I get this right, I have asked istock but I might not get a reply for 5 days and this is making me panic!
04-23-2009, 02:02 AM
How can I use your files?
Almost all of the files on our site are royalty-free. Pump Audio tracks are licensed on a single production basis but the number of times you can broadcast the production is unlimited.
Only you are permitted to use the Content, although you may transfer files containing Content or Permitted Derivative Works to your clients, printers, or ISP for the purpose of reproduction for Permitted Uses, provided that such parties shall have no further or additional rights to use the Content and cannot access or extract it from any file you provide.
This means you are the party through which the royalty-free agreement is made, but you are permitted to give completed work to your client (in this case, the store) for reproduction provided that the store cannot pull the original content out of the file for use in other designs.
If you are designing further pieces with the work, you already have a royalty-free agreement with them for its use (note that they specifically mention in the FAQ that audio doesn't work like this -- one production piece per song, but no restrictions on broadcasting this production).
I don't think there's a problem.
Powered by vBulletin® Version 4.2.0 Copyright © 2013 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved.