The low-down! The nuts and bolts of the Bundles License
1) You are granted a license to use each Item within the Bundle you have selected, on an ongoing, non-exclusive, commercial and worldwide basis, to create one single End Product.
An End Product is one of the following things both requiring an application of skill and effort.
a) For an Item that is a template, the End Product is a customised implementation of the Item.
b) For other types of Item, an End Product is a work that incorporates the Item as well as other things, so that it is larger in scope and different in nature than the Item.
2) Each license also includes the right to utilise the Item through communication to the public (performance), broadcast, display, distribution, and reproduction.
3) The licensing terms for Tools and Apps are a bit different. There are also more licensing details for specific Item types. See below for more details.
Go for it! More details about what you can do with a Bundle Item
4) You can use an Item to create an End Product for yourself or for one client. If you use an Item to create an End Product for a client, then the license for that Item is transferred to your client with the End Product (and you may no longer make use of that Item). You can choose either to use each Item to make a different End Product, or to use more than one Item to make the same End Product. In either case, an Item can only ever be used in a single End Product.
5) For most Items (except music and photos), you can make any number of copies of the single End Product created using a Item. You can distribute the single End Product through multiple media, and you can make it available online or broadcast it to an unlimited number of viewers. Some restrictions apply to music and photos. See below for more details.
6) You can modify or manipulate a Item, or combine the Item with other works, to suit your End Product. The resulting works created using the Item are subject to the terms of this license. You cannot claim ownership to a Item, whether it’s in original form or altered under this clause. You can do the things allowed in this clause as long as the End Product you then create using a Item is one that’s permitted under section 1.
Whoa there! Things you can’t do with a Item
7) You can’t use one Item to make more than one End Product. This is true whether the Item contains a single work like a code file, video template or photo, or contains multiple assets like a set of icons or a music track with alternative mixes.
8) You can’t redistribute any Item ‘as is’, as stock, in a tool or template, or with source files. This applies even if you modify Items or package them with other digital or physical products.
9) You can’t use a Item in any application allowing an end user to customise a digital or physical product to their specific needs, such as an “on demand”, “made to order” or “build it yourself” application.
10) You can’t use a Item for merchandising, which means an End Product created using that Item where the primary value of the product lies in the Item itself.
11)You must not permit an end user to extract an Item and use it separately from the End Product created using that Item.
12) You can’t claim trademark or service mark rights over a Item within the End Product created using that Item.
Special terms for music
13) There is a limit of 10,000 digitally downloaded or physical copies of an End Product created using music. However, no limits apply to internet views or page impressions of an End Product created using music.
14) There is also an audience size limit of 1 million for any Broadcast of the End Product created using music. By audience size, we mean the maximum number of people that the Broadcast has the potential to reach).
Broadcast is a traditional television or radio broadcast (eg, terrestrial, cable or satellite TV or broadcast radio) or any mobile or online substitutes for traditional television or radio broadcast (eg, streaming TV or radio, mobile TV or video-on-demand).
15) Additionally, a film created using music cannot be theatrically released. Music can be used to create student films, films distributed on online user generated platforms and film festival screenings.
Special terms for photos
16) There is a limit of 250,000 digitally downloaded or physical copies of an End Product created using a photo.
License terms for Tools and Apps
17) For a Tool or App, you’re licensed to use the Tool or App on on an ongoing, non-exclusive, commercial and worldwide basis, to create an unlimited number of different End Products. However, these restrictions apply:
a) The Tool or App can only ever be used by you, the original purchaser. This means that you cannot transfer the the Tool or App to someone else.
b) You can only install the Tool or App on up to two of your computers at one time.
c) You can’t redistribute the Tool or App (this includes no public distribution, display or performance). You also can’t modify or make derivatives of the Tool or App.
d) You can’t incorporate or distribute the Tool or App within an End Product. But you may link the users of the End Product to where they can directly license the Tool or App.
A Tool is an installable software extension or utility designed to perform specific tasks in order to create other works. Tools include fonts, 3D and video software scripts, 3D and video software plug-ins, and graphics software add-ons.
An App is an installable software application designed to automate and perform specific tasks. Apps include email and file extractors, slideshow creators, data harvesters, crawlers, compressors, generators, and file importers and exporters.
The nitty gritty! Other license terms
18) You can only use a Item for lawful purposes. Also, you can’t use a Item in connection with defamatory, obscene or demeaning material, or in connection with sensitive subjects.
19) You must not use a Item in violation of any export laws that apply to you.
20) This license applies in conjunction with the Buyer Terms for your use of Envato Bundles. If there is an inconsistency between this license and the Buyer Terms, this license will apply to the extent necessary to resolve the inconsistency.
21) This license for any Item can be terminated if you breach it and don’t remedy the breach. If termination happens, you must stop using the relevant Item, which includes no longer making copies of or distributing the End Product created using that Item (unless you remove the Item from it).
22) The owner of each Item retains ownership. You can’t claim ownership of an Item, even if modified under section 6, for example through content identification systems.
Version 1.0, effective date: 26 November 2015