It doesnt matter if you are a youtube partner. It is not the intro that makes you money it is the tutorials. If you deside to sell that intro for another client or show it on tv, or produce any commercial show with it. Then you need extended license. As long as youtube is free you may use regular license with youtube videos. But make sure you purchase another license before you make any changes to your intro.
Same situation here. I will be making videos about sound design. In the beginning without the partnership, but if all goes well I’ll possibly add advertising. I have another channel that is a partner and it works quite well.
So as long as it’s within the same channel and stays the same I can use the regular license? What if I do other things, for instance interviews, short documentaries etc? Still the regular license as long as it is within the same channel/theme?
Second question. Let’s say I put material up on Vimeo. Still the same theme (sound design) though. Do I have to buy a new license for that?
First 10 days of April were good – ending with sale of a pack. Since then nothing. Its longest no sale line of 8 days for me since I started uploading.
Exactly the same here. Almost at least one sale per day until the 9:th. Then the next one on the 15:th. After that… [insert $0]
I work as a freelance musician/sound designer, mainly for games. In addition to that I teach at the university and other schools in Stockholm.
Before I settled for this I did a lot of things. At one point I counted and came to the conclusion that I’ve worked with about 25 different things at about 30 different places in the world.
Streetdancer, mailman, PC support, sales person, janitor, teacher (from pre-school to uni), rock blasting (explosives ftw), taxi driver and much more.
I guess I couldn’t stop until I finally got to work with something creative
You’re growing up so fast. I still remember when you were a young boy trying to make it as a stock musician. Look at you now. I’m so proud of you.
April started off great. Basically sales everyday. This week’s been slow though. Or perhaps not “slow” since that indicates that it moves at all…
doru saidThat, my friend, is the worst idea I’ve ever heard.
If you want invoice for 200$ you deposit 200$, you get an invoice, then you withdraw those 1000$ that you earned.
My good idea was this one here:
“You get 800$ from envato you declare 800$. Nothing more, nothing less.”don’t read only what you like.
Lol this is going in circles. I already told you, my company will have added $200 worth of assets which must be declared. You will probably get away without telling the tax agency that but it’s still a crime.
The UK tax system seems much easier. You could use the information on Envato without a problem, which we do.
I’d love to hear how you do it