I need clarification on licensing of unreal engine. I wont be releasing any games with the engine, or any demos made with it. The only thing I will be doing is setting out levels within unreal, and displaying pictures of the level on my website. Is this covered by the monthly fee, or is there some rule that says I would still need to pay epic a & of the 3d content pack that is displayed in the images? Also, a second question is, is it possible to export these projects from unreal and provide these with a 3d content pack? Again, wold I be required to pay Epic anything other than the monthly fee?
Would really appreciate concise answers on this, so I am clear of my position on this.
asked Dec 04 '14 at 05:37 PM in Legal & Licensing
If you're just using the engine to create screenshots, no royalties are owed.
answered Dec 04 '14 at 05:42 PM
As to my next question, once imported into unreal, I then create a scene with the imported content of my packs, can I provide the unreal project files to my customers like? Again, I'm releasing no games, or demos, I'm simply providing the content packs in unreal format so a customer can have a demo scene or in most cases a character is already converted from the FBX.
Best wishes Steve, Arteria3d
answered Dec 05 '14 at 02:16 PM
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