FAQs

General questions

Royalty free means you just need to pay for rights to use the item once per end product. You don’t need to pay additional or ongoing fees for each person who sees or uses it.

Please note that there may be some limits placed on uses under the different license types available on the marketplaces, such as our Photo and Music Licenses (see the PhotoDune and AudioJungle FAQs for more information)

Example: If you license a brochure template and create a printed brochure given out for free, you don’t need to pay extra for each copy of the brochure you make. If you use a 3d model in a game under an Extended License, you don’t need to pay extra each time the game is sold.

The item is what you purchase from Envato Market. The end product is what you build with that item.

Example: The item is a business card template; the end product is the finalized business card. The item is a button graphic; the end product is an app using the button graphic in the app’s interface.

  • You can buy a web template, add your text and images, and use it as your website.
  • You can buy an HTML site template, convert it to WordPress, and use it as your website (but not as a stock template for sale).
  • You can buy a flyer template, modify the text, print a flyer, and hand it out.
  • You can buy a game starter kit, compile it, and put the game on an app store.
  • You can buy a music track and use it in your radio or TV ad.
  • You can buy a sound effect and put it in your game.
  • You can buy an After Effects template, include your own footage, and use it for a show.
  • You can buy a photo to use in a blog post.
  • You can buy a t-shirt template, get it printed on shirts, sell the shirts.
  • You can buy a Photoshop brush, paint a digital painting using the brush, and sell the painting.
  • You can buy a JavaScript gallery, input your own images, and display the gallery on your site.
  • You can buy a 3d model, rig it, animate it, and include it in your game or movie.

Yes. You can customize our items to fit the needs of your end product.

Example: You could change the colors, text, and layout of a flyer template or convert an HTML template into a WordPress theme for a single client.

Non-exclusive means that you are not the only person with access to the item. Others will also be licensing and using the same item.

Yes. You can customize our items to fit the needs of your end product.

Example: You could change the colors, text, and layout of a flyer template or convert an HTML template into a WordPress theme for a single client.

Regular & Extended Licenses

Royalty free means you just need to pay for rights to use the item once per end product. You don’t need to pay additional or ongoing fees for each person who sees or uses it.

Please note that there may be some limits placed on uses under the different license types available on the marketplaces, such as our Photo and Music Licenses (see the PhotoDune and AudioJungle FAQs for more information)

Example: If you license a brochure template and create a printed brochure given out for free, you don’t need to pay extra for each copy of the brochure you make. If you use a 3d model in a game under an Extended License, you don’t need to pay extra each time the game is sold.

The item is what you purchase from Envato Market. The end product is what you build with that item.

Example: The item is a business card template; the end product is the finalized business card. The item is a button graphic; the end product is an app using the button graphic in the app’s interface.

  • You can buy a web template, add your text and images, and use it as your website.
  • You can buy an HTML site template, convert it to WordPress, and use it as your website (but not as a stock template for sale).
  • You can buy a flyer template, modify the text, print a flyer, and hand it out.
  • You can buy a game starter kit, compile it, and put the game on an app store.
  • You can buy a music track and use it in your radio or TV ad.
  • You can buy a sound effect and put it in your game.
  • You can buy an After Effects template, include your own footage, and use it for a show.
  • You can buy a photo to use in a blog post.
  • You can buy a t-shirt template, get it printed on shirts, sell the shirts.
  • You can buy a Photoshop brush, paint a digital painting using the brush, and sell the painting.
  • You can buy a JavaScript gallery, input your own images, and display the gallery on your site.
  • You can buy a 3d model, rig it, animate it, and include it in your game or movie.

Yes. You can customize our items to fit the needs of your end product.

Example: You could change the colors, text, and layout of a flyer template or convert an HTML template into a WordPress theme for a single client.

Non-exclusive means that you are not the only person with access to the item. Others will also be licensing and using the same item.

Yes. You can customize our items to fit the needs of your end product.

Example: You could change the colors, text, and layout of a flyer template or convert an HTML template into a WordPress theme for a single client.

Yes. You can customize our items to fit the needs of your end product.

Example: You could change the colors, text, and layout of a flyer template or convert an HTML template into a WordPress theme for a single client.

What is a single application?

A single application means one unique end product (which can be copied and made available to end users of that product). The end product depends on the nature of the item – for an item like a logo template, the end product is the final, unique logo, which can be used in unlimited ways. The next few FAQs explain some situations where we consider allowed variations or a series of related uses to be a single application.

What constitutes a series?

To be considered a series, all things in the series (eg episode, edition) must be connected, and be released within 1 year of the first installment. There is also a maximum of 52 episodes or editions within the series.

What are allowed variations?

In addition to a series, allowed variations of an end product that are still considered a single application include: translations – the same end product simply translated into a different language; cut-downs – a shortened version of an end product where no new content has been added; tag changes – minor revisions to text or content