You may not use our content in screensavers, templates, standalone backgrounds, stock content, ringtones, etc.
You may not sell or give away our content on, for example, your YouTube channel, your website, P2P file sharing services, etc.
For photo, vector and GIF, copies of merchandise for sale are not allowed, and the physical reproduction limitation is 1,000 units.
If you wish to use the content in products such as templates, electronic greeting cards, screensavers, wallpapers, or any other electronic or printed matter, you have to obtain a prior written consent from MotionElements and/or make payment of additional License Fees.
In cases where the content features a model, indicate clearly that the person is a model and the visualization is used for illustrative purposes only:
You cannot falsely represent or imply that you are the original creator of your end work if a substantial part of its artistic components is from the stock content.
You may not use the stock content as your logo, trademark, or service mark, as you can’t claim your unique rights for the stock content.
Similarly for music, you cannot use the stock content to create derivative work and pass it off as your own, unless the stock content is labeled with “Available For Musical Works”.
Some stock content are marked with “Editorial use only” license and the people or property featured do not have releases. Editorial use only content is marked with a tag under its licensing specification on the product page and is typically used as part of a documentary, news, or editorial piece.
Editorial use only content is not available for use for commercial purposes, and cannot be used to advertise and promote a product or a service, for example: commercials, banner ads and flyers.
You are solely responsible for the use of Editorial use only content.
Contributors can register their music tracks with Performing Rights Organizations to protect their copyright and create an additional revenue stream for the usage of the track. Broadcast & TV Networks normally pay P.R.O.s a fee that is then distributed among its members whose registered tracks are used by the Broadcast & TV Networks.
Rest assured that royalty-free tracks purchased from MotionElements incur no additional cost above the purchase price.
The only difference with P.R.O. registered tracks are that if you use them for TV, film or public performance, you should indicate on the cue sheet the P.R.O. details of the music track. The relevant P.R.O. information fields are as follows:
There are various P.R.O.s in the world, and the amount of information available to be filled in the cue sheet depends on this. Learn more
By properly providing the contributor’s details, not only do you legitimize your use of the track for broadcast and public performance at no additional cost, but you also make sure that the contributor is given a share of the fee paid to their P.R.O.s by the Broadcast and TV Networks.
Here are some examples of what you can create with royalty-free content:
MotionElements’ Royalty-Free License allows you to use the stock content for multiple projects as long as it does not violate the terms of our agreement.