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Author Topic: Property release for 3D is it important?  (Read 560 times)

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« on: January 02, 2024, 14:25 »
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Hello,
for a long time i didn't upload 3D on stocks, but now I have something to upload and have a question.
If we are talking about main stocks like Adobe, Shutter, do I need some property release if I upload rendered 3D on these stocks?
In old times I need to upload screen of program as a proof that I have original 3D file that I rendered. But rules could change, so do I need to upload some property release for every rendered 3D?


« Reply #1 on: January 02, 2024, 15:17 »
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Hello,
for a long time i didn't upload 3D on stocks, but now I have something to upload and have a question.
If we are talking about main stocks like Adobe, Shutter, do I need some property release if I upload rendered 3D on these stocks?
In old times I need to upload screen of program as a proof that I have original 3D file that I rendered. But rules could change, so do I need to upload some property release for every rendered 3D?

You have to fill out a property release in which you state which software you are working with and that it is a fictitious scene.


 

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