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The Complete Guide to Tinima





The Standard Royalty Free License

The information provided on this page can be used to refer to the usage of products for sale on the Tinima under the ''Standard Royalty-Free License'' unless stated otherwise. This license is legal agreement between YOU and Tinima, inc.



Q:
What are the restrictions on the usage of any model or product, with this license, that I purchase?
A:
We strive to provide you best flexibility on the usage of any given product while at the same time protecting the rights which our sellers have opon their products. If the product purchased is a 3D model, at the time of distributing, publishing, selling, or updating your final product it is absolutely illegal, as it infringes the copyright of the seller, to provide or include the 3D model in any way that a publicly available (free or commercial) 3D application might be able to open. If including the model as a 3D file is absolutely necessary, such as in a game, or a CAD presentation, the model must be encrypted or exported in a company proprietary format such in a way so that only you, your company's employees, and the final product could open or process.



Q:
I purchased a product and already used it once in a public production or display. Can I use it again for another project?
A:
Yes. You can continue to use the product purchased in a successive manner for as many projects as you wish and you don't even have to pay royalties. Hence the title 'Royalty Free'.


Q:
Do I have to pay royalties everytime that my product, or final product, which uses an asset purchased from Tinima, is produced, released, or distributed?
A:
No. All royalties are paid at the time of purchase. By purchasing the product you aquire the perpetual usage rights (those specified in this agreement) for the product purchased.


Q:
Can Models under Standard Royalty Free License be purchased then rendered in an image, or series of images such as in a film or video, then sold commercialy?
A:
Yes. The rendered image in these cases does not constitute redistribution of the product in a prohibited manner.



Q:
Can I edit the models that I've pruchased?
A:
Yes, but you cannot, however, purchase a product, modify it, and sell it as your own.


Q:
Is 3D printing accepted with a purchased model?
A:
Yes, unless stated otherwise.


Q:
Is the software also royalty-free?
A:
No. All software usage is bound by the End User License Agreement of that particular software.