General License - FAQ 1

What is an End Project?

An End Project is a project you will create from the asset(s) you purchased on Stoor. 

How can I use the assets available on Stoor?

Personal Use:

  • End Projects must not be used or sold in a way that is directly competitive with the original Item you purchased.
  • End Projects must not redistribute the original item to any third parties in a manner that allows for the extraction of the original item.

Commercial License:

  • End Projects (i) be significantly different than the original Licensed Asset, (ii) require time, effort, and skill to produce and (iii) not derive its primary value from the Licensed Asset itself.
  • End Projects must not be used or sold in a way that is directly competitive with the original Item you purchased.
  • End Projects must not redistribute the original item to any third parties in a manner that allows for the extraction of the original item.

What does Personal use mean?

For a use to be considered “Personal” it must meet ALL THREE of the following:

  • The use must not involve an exchange of money
  • The use must not promote a business entity (including non-profit businesses)
  • The use must not directly or indirectly result in financial gain

If a use results in one or more of the above, it is deemed “commercial” use. (see Commercial license FAQ)

What use cases are authorized by these licenses?

Each license comes with specific restrictions. It's important to fully read the terms of the license you purchase:

You may also read our license FAQ articles:

The Stoor License never allows for assets to be used in ways that are directly competitive with the Studio or in uses that are fraudulent, illegal, or make the asset available to unlicensed users or the public.

❌ At no time can you:

  • Resell or sub-License the Licensed Asset as in a way that is directly competitive with the original Licensed Asset.
  • Resell any modification of the asset on its own.
  • Make the asset public or share the asset in any way.
  • Use the Licensed Asset in pornographic, fraudulent, immoral, infringing, illegal, harassing, offensive, or defamatory material, is strictly prohibited
  • Falsely represent authorship and/or ownership of the Licensed Asset
  • Any other use that is not expressly permitted in the license terms (Permitted Uses and Quantity/Impression Limitations) is strictly prohibited.

What if I need an asset for something that is prohibited?

You can review each license and what’s allowed here.