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What if i make achviz and sell it to my custumers ? Is that also royalty free with unreal studio? Or do i have to pay the 5% royalties?

What if i make achviz and sell it to my custumers ? Is that also royalty free with unreal studio? Or do i have to pay the 5% royalties?

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asked Aug 09 '19 at 11:03 AM in Legal & Licensing

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So if i sell a build of a archviz scene i have to pay the 5% because it contains engine code ?

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If your use of the Unreal Engine requires you to distribute any portion of Unreal Engine or relies on the Unreal Engine to run, under the Unreal Studio EULA, you can use Unreal Engine in many ways, including:

-within your corporate group, including for customer-facing uses;

-for custom consulting and work-for-hire made specifically for a particular client’s use, including customer-facing uses by the client’s corporate group;

-to make, distribute, and monetize non-interactive linear media, such as movies, animated films, and cartoons; and

-to make and broadly distribute products that are not themselves sold or monetized, even if you use them to help sell or monetize your other products.

So, among another things, if your archviz project is a custom work-for-hire for a client, then you can sell it without paying a royalty. You cannot, however, sell it generally to the public without paying a royalty.

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This depends on whether your achviz product contains any engine code or requires engine code to run. You can see more information under the "What am I allowed to do with Unreal Studio?" section of the Enterprise FAQ (https://www.unrealengine.com/en-US/faq?active=enterprise ).

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answered Aug 09 '19 at 03:00 PM

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See the top para on this page:

https://www.unrealengine.com/en-US/faq

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answered Aug 09 '19 at 01:49 PM

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