What is Royalty Free Footage?

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Royalty Free is a simple form of Footage licensing. Once a Footage CD is purchased you can use it within the specific terms and conditions of the supplier who created it. This usually means you can use it as many times as you like, as long as you abide to the specific supplier's License Agreement.

Remember, all footage clips with Matton are Royalty Free, and we make purchasing Royalty Free easy.

Summary Of What Is Royalty Free Footage

Pay once
You pay only once for a Footage CD/ DVD that can be used for multiple projects over an unlimited period of time.

Royalty Free Usage License
The price you pay grants you a Royalty Free license to use the footage. You don't have to pay any additional royalties on a use-by-use basis. See the supplier’s End User License Agreement (EULA) for details.

Making alterations to purchased footage
You may alter the product. You may not, however, incorporate the product into a derivative production for which a claim of new copyright may be sought or obtained, or for the purpose of redistributing, sublicensing or re-selling the image.

You may use the product for advertising and promotional purposes, webpages (some restrictions apply), broadcasts, print, personal (non-commercial) materials and more. (Pornographic, defamatory, libelous or otherwise unlawful use of any product is, of course, prohibited. For more details, please see each supplier's End User License Agreements or EULA on the Licenses page on this web-site).

The Footage clips are non-exclusive.

10 specific users
No-more than 10* specific individuals, all of whom must be employed by the same entity, have access to the Footage Clips. To use this product with more than 10 individuals, please contact Matton.

Note: This is a summary only. For more details, please see each supplier's End User License Agreements or EULA (End User License Agreement) on the Licenses page on this web-site) *the number of users and specific product uses permitted may differ between suppliers. For more specific information, please read supplier's EULA.