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« on: June 02, 2021, 19:54 »
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Anyone knows what type of license a customer should take to use a stock footage clip in Broadcast TV commercials. One of my clips was sold with a standard license at iStock, however, I saw it being used in my local news ad. The ad is shown multiple times a day for several months on one of the main TV channels in the US.


« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2021, 20:23 »
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Anyone knows what type of license a customer should take to use a stock footage clip in Broadcast TV commercials. One of my clips was sold with a standard license at iStock, however, I saw it being used in my local news ad. The ad is shown multiple times a day for several months on one of the main TV channels in the US.
How many dollars did you earn for that clip?

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« Reply #2 on: June 03, 2021, 08:02 »
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"How do I know if I need a standard or extended license?
Every file downloaded on iStock comes with a standard license that lets you use it in a wide variety of ways. From social media ads to billboards, PowerPoint presentations to feature films, you're free to modify, resize and customize every asset on iStock to fit your projects. With the exception of "Editorial use only" photos (which can only be used in editorial projects and can't be modified), the possibilities are limitless. Just make sure your modifications don't violate the content license agreement.

If, however, you require over 500,000 prints, create products for resale, or share files with multiple users, you'll need to add an extended license to your credit purchase. The cost of an extended license is 18 credits for images and 21 credits for videos, in addition to your standard license. "

So it looks as though the use you found was legit.

BTW, the info about extended licences is much more difficult to find now than it used to be. I had to be determined that there is such a thing as an extended licence and I was going to find out about it. I don't know how many buyers will even think to do that, as you're not prompted at the point of sale to check. (Unless you are prompted if you actually go in to buy a file)

« Reply #3 on: June 03, 2021, 08:02 »
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Standard.

« Reply #4 on: June 03, 2021, 16:33 »
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Anyone knows what type of license a customer should take to use a stock footage clip in Broadcast TV commercials. One of my clips was sold with a standard license at iStock, however, I saw it being used in my local news ad. The ad is shown multiple times a day for several months on one of the main TV channels in the US.
How many dollars did you earn for that clip?
the average at istock is about 3$ for clip...go figure...it doesn't worth to sell there...

« Reply #5 on: June 04, 2021, 13:32 »
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Anyone knows what type of license a customer should take to use a stock footage clip in Broadcast TV commercials. One of my clips was sold with a standard license at iStock, however, I saw it being used in my local news ad. The ad is shown multiple times a day for several months on one of the main TV channels in the US.
How many dollars did you earn for that clip?
$0.00592  :'( :'( :'(


 

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