THe above post is true. Yo

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THe above post is true. You "bought" or licensed the stock for that ONE production, and likely paid based on its expected distribution, and obtained a non-exclusive license for THAT use (unles you bought royalty free video) – it’s for the use you put it to.

Even if it is Royalty Free…you then own the license and decide what it’s used for/

Most people wont’ chase nonprofits – and I donate video to NPOs all the time…so it’s a good thing to do

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