Yes, for our purposes, the user owns the work product and content the user creates using our software.
We retain the rights to the software, and to the images, sounds and other creative elements that we provide you for you to use in connection with the software, and those are licensed to you in accordance with the End User Agreement. The works that you create using these elements and our software are yours, as between you and us.
We do not re-use, distribute or commercialize your work product. The user is responsible for ensuring the user has all the necessary rights to the content the user creates or adds to the work product and that the user work does not violate the rights of third parties.
Articles in this section
- Toonly: Downloading and Installing Toonly
- Toonly: Do you have a Free trial for Toonly?
- Toonly: What is Toonly’s Image Policy?
- Toonly: What is the difference between Toonly Standard and Enterprise license?
- Toonly: Facebook blocked a video that I uploaded, what do I do?
- Toonly: How can I submit a feature request?
- Toonly: I submitted a support ticket in Toonly, when will I receive a reply?
- Toonly: Where can I watch some tutorials on Toonly?
- Toonly: Do I own the work I create?
- Toonly: How do I change my account's email address?