It seems like a really weird business model to me, but I’m guessing I’m just not their target demo. I did read the license deeply, and it doesn’t say anything about one download. It does say “broad commercial use” and that “distribution” is allowed (which certainly implies more than one customer) some of the license language is in direct conflict with the notion that it’s single customer only. Like:
"However, you can print an image as a book cover and sell copies of that book, as the primary value of the book is from the writing/contents of the book and not the image itself."
It clearly says “copies” and not “one copy” so the license page language really needs to be examined if this is truly the case. It’s really confusing if Envato Elements truly wants you to track every sale and fill out another single license for every book you sell…
I could just use VideoHive sure, but I thought the whole idea of a subscription was to save money by having broad access to a lot of assets, instead of just paying for each one individually? That was why I was interested.
I have no interest in “redistributing as stock” as I’d want to use the elements in larger commercial projects. Just can’t wrap my head around how this is possibly not allowed…?
So strange. Has anyone here on the forum used a Elements item in a product they sold more than one copy of?