How to use Envato Elements License

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In this video, I go over what you need to know about envato elements license.
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12 thoughts on “How to use Envato Elements License

  1. First of all, your video answered my questions. But I still have one question. Can I customize an end product for a client with using a template from Envato? For example a logo animation or something like that. Do I have to tell my client that the end product was customized with a template?

  2. Just to be completely blunt here: I could make a video that has 25 different elements in it, and I may want to make 5 of these videos a week. If anybody thinks I'm going to go onto their site and specifically register assets 125 times a week, they are out of their flippin' mind. I might use one of their sound FX, like a whoosh noise, and it might be in the video for 1-2 seconds, and I'm going to go in and register that? No. Not a chance. This next comment is directed at Envato, not at you because you are being helpful, but Envato is a stupid company with a stupid M.O. and it's a waste of time to use it. You go to motionelements and buy some stuff, it all comes with a one-time fee and a lifetime license. Now that I can get on board with. Like I'm going to register stuff 125 times a week, get the heck outta here, lol. Not a chance in this life I'm doing that. And furthermore, what sense does it make that a person needs to RE-LICENSE every SINGLE element or product they use in a video EVERY single time they use it. If I'm paying monthly for a subscription then I'm allowed to use any of their elements, so why do they treat you like that? That'd be like Costco asking you to pull out your member card and show it to them every time they scan another product at the cashier. I'm checking out, and I forget one thing and need to run a few aisles over, then I come back and they are like "wheres that membership card? Prove you're a member." "I was just here like 20 seconds ago, doing my order." "so what, put up that card or hit the road." It's ridiculous.

  3. I’ve downloaded title templates from a Envato and cannot get them to show up in davinci resolve. Do you have any suggestions I’m on a Mac.

  4. You did answer a question I was wondering, so thank you for that. I’m still trying to figure out what the easiest way is to add Envato elements to the newest version of DaVinci on a PC. The only thing I’ve currently done is download images and videos. It would be nice to improve my videos with all the other options that Envato offers for DaVinci but I’m not sure how to do that. Thanks again for the informative video.

  5. This was very helpful. Their site was sort of confusing. I do have a question. If I download something and don't use it for one project, but then it works for another project, do I need to register it again? Or only if it ends up in finished work?

  6. Good time, dear friend, I have been looking for fusion 18 for a long time in different websites, but I can't find it, and its license for Windows 11, please guide me.😊

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