I need to create a mockup website for a tv show, where the characters will interact with a website, and the Gwangi theme looks very adequate for that. But reading the terms of Envato licenses, I am in doubt if I would have to buy the standard or the extended license for Gwangi , given that:
a) the website will be discarded after the shooting, it is not going to be available to the public, i.e., published on the Internet;
b) it is not going to be truly functiona;
c) on the other hand, the tv show will be monetized.
According to ThemeForest terms, the main difference is that under the Regular License, your end product (incorporating the purchased item) is distributed for free, whereas under the Extended License your end product may be sold or accessed by paying users.
Then No, if you will not be charging your members $X per month, our understanding of Envato’s licensing is that it’s not mandatory in your case to choose the Extended License.
In any case, neither Envato nor us (Themosaurus) have dedicated resources to browse the Internet and look for buyers using our theme to create premium websites or paid services, and verify each time if the Extended License has been actually purchased.
At the end of the day, you will have the final say and choose the license that suit your project the best.
This topic has been inactive for a while now so we will be closing it to keep the forum tidy. Don't hesitate to create a new topic if you still need help and we'll be glad to help you!
Best regards, The Themosaurus team.
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