Content License Policy
License Types, Benefits, Rights & Restrictions
The newly revised Content Licensing includes a three-tier model covering all needs, including one-stop purchase of royalty free perpetual licenses, use for images, videos, games, apps and AR/VR projects, sharing content among workgroup members and assigning finished works to clients. Enterprises Licensing can be requested for special arrangements such as character generators or full IP ownership over Reallusion assets.
Restriction on Special Usage Requests :
Standard License Only: The right to use 2D/3D assets in games, XR, and interactive online services are already provided by the Standard license. They are all exportable and can be used for any commercial purpose. Since they are not CC components, there isn’t an Extended license for these asset types, and you only need to purchase the Standard license for commercial use.
Q1. What’s the essence and benefit of the new policy to all users?
Q2. What types of content require Extended licensing?
Q3. How are the new Standard and Extended Licenses different from the legacy iContent and Export Licenses?
Q4. I have purchased Export Licenses for some CC Component content prior to July 27th, 2022; Do I still need to pay for the new Extended License if I use them in my game or projects in the future?
Q5. I want to use Reallusion assets in 3rd party software such as Maya, Blender, ZBrush, etc., which license is right for me?
Q6. Do you offer upgrade prices for Standard Licenses to Extended Licenses?
Q7. Do I only need to purchase the Extended License once to apply it to all my projects?
Q8. As a contractor who uses Extended Licenses for work, what rights are extended to my clients?
Q9. I'm interested in building a character creation system in my application utilizing Character Creator assets; what type of license do I need?
Q10. Is there any way to apply for free Mass Distribution Rights certificate?
Q11. Do iClone 8 and Character Creator 4 embedded content carry an Extended license?