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Standard vs Extended License for an animated series

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Hi, I have a very simple quesiton yet I haven't found a concrete answer in Content License info.

I am doing the budget for my project, which is an animated series, and after a good time of testing I'm probably going to use CC4 and IC8 along with Unreal Engine for this purpose. My question is if for this purpose in particular I would need a Standard or Extended license for the different content I would acquire from Content Store and Marketplace (like Hair Builder, Prime Hairstyles, and a good amount of marketplace available clothes)?

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If your animated series will be on video, then you only need a Standard License for all the content you use. An Extended License is only needed for commercial games and applications.

                                                                

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Peter (RL) (10/21/2022)
If your animated series will be on video, then you only need a Standard License for all the content you use. An Extended License is only needed for commercial games and applications.

However the OP is rendering in Unreal so he WOULD need an extended license to bring certain assets into Unreal to render Right? So yes and no would be the correct answer lol  Or did I miss some changes?




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CtrlZ (10/22/2022)
However the OP is rendering in Unreal so he WOULD need an extended license to bring certain assets into Unreal to render Right? So yes and no would be the correct answer lol  Or did I miss some changes?


The new "standard" is the old "export"...
So, no, no need for "extended" for export to Unreal and render in Unreal...

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However the OP is rendering in Unreal so he WOULD need an extended license to bring certain assets into Unreal to render Right? So yes and no would be the correct answer lol  Or did I miss some changes?


The new "standard" is the old "export"...
So, no, no need for "extended" for export to Unreal and render in Unreal...


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Indeed, I will render inside Unreal yet the final format will be video.
Thank you for your responses.



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