Users can Reproduce Unlimited Copies of Print or Web Images
Users Can Now Produce More Promotional Materials with Print or Web Extended Licenses at No Extra Expense
NASHVILLE, TN — Dreamstime, the world’s largest community in stock photography, announced today it made changes to its Extended Licenses by allowing users to produce unlimited copies with purchased media. Previously, customers purchased extended licenses for print or web usage of an image and were restricted by limits on the number of copies they could reproduce, for example for t-shirts, on-demand printed items, or e-cards.
Extended Licenses from Dreamstime are available with either credits or through one of the flexible subscription offerings. The new change goes into effect March 1, 2016 and also to Extended License purchases made within the past thirty days.
“Every change we make to our stock image services is customer centric and designed to fit the widest array of client needs,” said Serban Enache, CEO and co-founder, Dreamstime. “By expanding our Extended Licenses to unlimited copies, our millions of customers have yet another option to choose from. They no longer need to buy the print or web license again just to produce their needed number of copies. They simply buy the EL once, and then can satisfy all of their print on-demand needs and electronic image requirements. It’s just the latest example of Dreamstime’s commitment to the customer which has positioned us as the leading stock image firm.”
The Web Usage Extended License applies to electronic items that are for resale, such as web templates, screensavers, e-cards or PowerPoint presentations. The Print Usage Extended License covers physical items for resale, including the right to use the images for t-shirts, mugs, posters, and other similar promotional marketing items.
To read more details about the various Dreamstime licensing and terms options, visit http://www.dreamstime.com/terms.php#extended.