You will need to find the file on your computer and unzip it before you will be able to use the products in any software. The entire project has been zipped standardly. You can unzip them on any device.
Windows: right-click on the zipped file and hit ‘Extract All’ – this will unzip the file and allow you to use the products within.
Mac: double-click the zipped file and it will automatically extract for you. If it does not, you can right-click on the zipped file and select Open with > Archive Utility (default).
Our team members try their best to make simple useful products. We always consider our clients so we create simple documentation (Help guide) to help our customers to know more about the products and how to use them. All the products we have created have their own guide inside the zipped package. In addition, there is a piece of brief information in the description part that you can read before purchasing the item.
Software version, Size, and compatibilities are in the description part either.
The description contains a list of software versions or extra plugins that the product is compatible with. Some of the projects need third plugins to run perfectly. We mention in the description if this product needs plugins.
Be sure to read the description thoroughly before purchasing any products to be sure they work with your program version or what you should do before running the products! In addition, you can download the Freebies (if existed) to test compatibility!
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A Motion Graphics template is customizable After Effects or Premiere Pro project file. Typically, when a motion designer is working on a project, they will use a file structure that is not formatted for other people to customize it. In a typical project file, it is common to see unnamed elements, poor organization, and confusing file structures. Templates, on the other hand, are labeled, well organized, and easy to understand.
A good template is designed in such a way that users can easily change text, colors, and design elements without needing to understand the complex file structures created by the Motion Graphic Designer. Typically, a motion graphic designer will create compositions (timelines) that allow you to simply drag and drop your images or footage inside and text fields that can be easily customized in a similar fashion to a text editor.
Soft wares Compatibility:
-Adobe Premiere Pro
Overlays consist of an image/Footage (.Jpeg, Png, Mp4, Mov) that will sit on top of your image/Footage as a layer, in order to enhance your image or add something (visual effects, particles, visual lights effects, etc…) to your image/footage.
Our overlays are compatible with any software that allows for layers.
Soft wares Compatibility:
-Gimp (including the free version)
-Final Cut Pro
and, any of your favorite compositing app or non-linear editor.
No, each purchased product from our shop only grants individual usage rights to one person (Client). Each purchase is licensed to one user only. These products are copyright protected, so any redistribution, reselling, forwarding, sharing or trading is strictly prohibited (Even free items).
You are allowed to publish or even sell your final work. (Images/works edited for clients must be presented in a non-editable file format.)
You are allowed to use the purchased items to create your final work such as a Print, picture, or video.
You are not allowed to put the product as a part of your final work and sell it.
License key(s) is a string of numbers and characters.
This code emphasizes that you purchase the item(s) legally. This code will be shown in your dashboard after purchasing a product key. You will also get an email with the license key(s) code. This code allows using the item(s) for personal and commercial use.
Free items have no license key but they are under copyright contract. You are allowed to use the free products for personal or commercial use. You are allowed to share your final work on your social networks but any publishing, redistributing, or reselling is prohibited. Though we appreciate attribution, this is not necessary.
Personal use may be commonly defined as use that is not for commercial gain. Examples of personal use (or non-commercial use) might include social newsletters or wedding announcements.
Commercial use may be commonly defined as use that is intended for commercial, promotional, endorsement, advertising, or merchandising purposes.
Examples of commercial use could include a branded company website, brochure, advert, presentation, or product.
If you use the product for personal use there is no limitation to use it as much as you want but if you want to sell your final work or any kinds of commercials usage, you have to attend to the license types:
Regular License or Extended License
A personal License is the opposite of a commercial in that Personal content cannot be used to sell, promote, or monetize a business, product, or service. It can contain logos, business names, and recognizable people without model releases. Personal content CAN NOT be used to monetize a business but can be used for personal media accounts, news, or educational purposes.
If your end product including the item is going to be free to the end-user or On-demand products/services
(e.g. “made to order” or “create your own” apps and sites) then a Regular License is what you need.
An Extended License is required if the end-user must pay to use the end product.
All of our projects are covered by our Standard Licenses. You are licensed to use the Item to create one single End Product for yourself or for one client (a “single application”), and the End Product can be distributed for Free.
For Ex: the item is an Aftereffect Template or a Printable Vector or a Color Preset and the end product is the final Edited picture or a banner customized with your content.”
This license is then transferred to your client. You can make any number of copies of the single End Product, as long as the End Product is distributed for Free.
You cannot re-distribute the Item as stock, in a tool or template, or with source files.
You cannot sell the End Product, except to one client.
If you or your client want to Sell the End Product, you will need the Extended License.
For most clients, it is rare to use this kind of license.
You are licensed to use the Item to create one single End Product for yourself or for one client (a “single application”), and the End Product may be sold.
“For example, the item is a magazine template and the end product is the finished magazine.” or the item is a set of icons and the end product is a mobile app for sale.”
You can create the End Product for a client, and this license is then transferred from you to your client.
You can combine the Item with other works and make a derivative work from it.
This license is a “single application” license and not a “multi-use” license, which means that you cannot use the Item to create more than one unique End Product.
If you make a single end product (Work) for your clients and then have another order, you need to purchase another regular license for your new work.
Remember that you use the license for one single end product and for another order you need another license.