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Mantis:

--- Quote from: Sean Locke Photography on September 10, 2020, 08:17 ---
--- Quote from: Mantis on September 10, 2020, 08:13 ---

"Licenses issued by Playstock for any of your Content that is later removed by yourself will remain in full force and effect in perpetuity."

Yea, NO!!

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Well, to be fair, thatís true of all agencies.

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Mainly true. Motion Elements is two Years. I just completed my two years post account closing and was finally able to delete my already sold vids that were locked for that two years.

Noedelhap:

--- Quote from: Mantis on September 10, 2020, 08:23 ---
--- Quote from: Sean Locke Photography on September 10, 2020, 08:17 ---
--- Quote from: Mantis on September 10, 2020, 08:13 ---

"Licenses issued by Playstock for any of your Content that is later removed by yourself will remain in full force and effect in perpetuity."

Yea, NO!!

--- End quote ---

Well, to be fair, thatís true of all agencies.

--- End quote ---

Mainly true. Motion Elements is two Years. I just completed my two years post account closing and was finally able to delete my already sold vids that were locked for that two years.

--- End quote ---

Doesn't it mean that buyers who bought a license, will keep that license even if you remove your videos from the platform? Cause that's pretty obvious and fair. You cannot revoke a license a customer paid for.

Jo Ann Snover:

--- Quote from: Mantis on September 10, 2020, 08:23 ---
--- Quote from: Sean Locke Photography on September 10, 2020, 08:17 ---
--- Quote from: Mantis on September 10, 2020, 08:13 ---

"Licenses issued by Playstock for any of your Content that is later removed by yourself will remain in full force and effect in perpetuity."

Yea, NO!!

--- End quote ---

Well, to be fair, thatís true of all agencies.

--- End quote ---

Mainly true. Motion Elements is two Years. I just completed my two years post account closing and was finally able to delete my already sold vids that were locked for that two years.

--- End quote ---

You're muddling a hold on your work - to continue licensing it after you want to leave - with the validity of licenses sold while you're active (every RF site does this). However, look at this language in the contributor TOS:

"Any Content uploaded through the pre-launch (Upload Bonus) event cannot be removed, and in cases where you suspend your account for personal reasons the Company has the right to retrieve the previously issued Upload Bonus payment."

I'd echo the comments above: uploading to a site that hasn't said anything about pricing is insane. Don't do it!

Looking at the contributor TOS and the TOS, it looks as though many details have yet to be worked out (such as which payment services will be supported - "Online payment processing services, such as Paypal and Payoneer will be used.").

https://www.playstock.net/contributor-terms-of-service

https://www.playstock.net/terms-of-service

Odd sections from the Contributor TOS include things like this at the end of the list of things you may not upload:

"Other insignificant, personal Content that the Company deems is misfit for the Site"

I have no clue what that would be referring to

There's also some VAT related wording that says if VAT is owed, the contributor is on the hook to pay it, not the agency.

In the TOS, it says you can't change your account email!

"You maintain sole access and control over all details in your personal profile and may alter these information at any point of use. However, you may NOT modify your email address and username required for Service management.:

They will not register "Accounts that reflect discrimination and hate, racism, abomination and pornography, violence of any sort"

I would stay far away...

Mantis:

--- Quote from: Noedelhap on September 10, 2020, 09:15 ---
--- Quote from: Mantis on September 10, 2020, 08:23 ---
--- Quote from: Sean Locke Photography on September 10, 2020, 08:17 ---
--- Quote from: Mantis on September 10, 2020, 08:13 ---

"Licenses issued by Playstock for any of your Content that is later removed by yourself will remain in full force and effect in perpetuity."

Yea, NO!!

--- End quote ---

Well, to be fair, thatís true of all agencies.

--- End quote ---

Mainly true. Motion Elements is two Years. I just completed my two years post account closing and was finally able to delete my already sold vids that were locked for that two years.

--- End quote ---

Doesn't it mean that buyers who bought a license, will keep that license even if you remove your videos from the platform? Cause that's pretty obvious and fair. You cannot revoke a license a customer paid for.

--- End quote ---

I am merely relaying you the terms set forth by ME. Those were the terms.  I deleted my content in compliance with the terms.

Chichikov:

--- Quote from: cliffordthebigreddog on September 10, 2020, 02:10 ---Hi everyone, I hope you are well!

I have posted here a couple of times regarding making a new stock video platform. Things have been really pacing up and we are almost ready to launch our website. Before the official launch, we have organized a pre-launch event for you stock video creators. Iíve shared the event poster from our facebook page and more details are in the link below. I really hope that you guys would participate -- this is a project weíve been preparing for a long time in hopes that it would be a step closer to making a better stock video experience for everyone. So please check out our website, and participate in our Upload Bonus event!

Visit our landing page for more details: www.playstock.net/pre-registration

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