The Property TV Copyright License

1.     For each digital work (called an “Item”) you download and Register under your Property TV subscription, you are granted a license to use the Item on a non-exclusive, commercial, worldwide and revocable basis, for one Single Use per Registration. Remember, if you want to use an Item you must have a valid and live subscription. What is a Single Use, and the license time periods for different item types, are explained next.

2.     The license starts when you pay the licence, and you can then use the production meet the requirements of your specific licence type and for as long as your Property TV subscription remains active.

3.     For Items other than productions, a Property TV Licence is the use of the Item to use as an End Product in one of the following ways:

a.     Personal: For use in your own personal portfolio and share with family and friends.

b.     Corporate: For use in your business and to showcase internally with employees, clients, family and friends.

c.      Extended: For corporate use and for use in advertising, share with public and other areas that are classed as extended use.

The license starts when you Register your use of the item and the license is only valid while your subscription is active.

For all items you can have more than one Single Use, but you simply need to Register each use of the item.

4.     Not all licences include the right to utilize the Item through communication to the public (performance), broadcast, display, distribution, and reproduction, but only as a part of the End Product which you have created with the Item. In respect of audio Items, read clauses 17 and 18 for special limitations on these rights.

5.     You cannot use an Item to create an End Product for yourself or for a client. If you use an Item to create an End Product for a client, then you must transfer the End Product Licence to your client as long as you have followed the requirements in clause 3 and your subscription remains active. The right to use that Item as part of the End Product is transferred to your client with the End Product under the Limited Sublicense set out in clause 6.

If you want to use the Item again, Register it for a different Single Use (see clause 3).

6.     If you transfer an End Product to a client, you do so by sublicensing these license rights in any Item within that End Product. The sublicense must only be granted on condition that use of the Item is limited to that use which is necessary in order to use the End Product, so the Item must not be extracted, reproduced or used in any other way (the Limited Sublicense). You must inform your client of this condition.

7.     You can make any number of copies of the End Product created using an Item. You can distribute the End Product through multiple media. See below for more details.

8.     You can modify or manipulate an Item, or combine the Item with other works, to suit your End Product. The resulting works created using the Item are subject to the terms of this license. You can do the things allowed in this clause as long as the End Product you then create using an Item is one that’s permitted under clause 3.

9.     If an Item contains multiple assets you can make more than one End Product with that Item but you must first Register the Item for each new project.

For example, if an Item contains a set of icons and you use more than one of these in a single End Product, you need only register the Item once. If you make five End Products using icons from the set then you first need to register the set five times: once for each End Product.

Whoa there! Things you can't do with an Item

10.  You can’t use an Item to create an End Product after your subscription ends. If you’ve installed an Item (such as a production) on your device, you need to uninstall the Item once your subscription ends.

11.  You can’t redistribute the Item as stock, in a tool or template, or with source files. You can’t do this with an Item either on its own or bundled with other items, and even if you modify the Item. You can’t redistribute or make available the Item as-is or with superficial modifications. These things are not allowed even if the redistribution is for free.

12.  You can’t use an Item in any application allowing an end user to customize a digital or physical product to their specific needs, such as an “on demand”, “made to order” or “build it yourself” application.

13.  You can’t use an Item for merchandising, which means an End Product created using that Item where the primary value of the product lies in the Item itself, including:

a.     an End Product where the Item serves as its core component, and where without the incorporation of the Item it would not fundamentally differ from any other product of similar nature and use; and/or

b.     an End Product where the incorporation of the Item is what makes the product fundamentally unique and valuable, and is the main driving factor for the sale of the End Product.

For clarity, End Products where skill and effort have been applied to incorporate the Item into a larger design (such as with text and other graphics/images) or used as product packaging are not considered merchandising and are allowed.

For example you can’t print an image out as a poster and sell copies of that poster, as the primary value of the poster is from the image itself. However, you can print an image as a book cover and sell copies of that book, as the primary value of the book is from the writing/contents of the book and not the image itself.

14.  You must not permit an end user to extract an Item and use it separately from the End Product created using that Item.

15.  You can’t claim trademark or service mark rights over an Item within the End Product created using that Item.

License terms for productions

16.  For a production, these conditions apply:

a.     The production can only ever be used by you, the original purchaser. This means that you cannot transfer the the production to someone else, or allow it to be used by someone else, even within the same company.

b.     Licensee is entitled to install the production on up to two computers per subscription seat at one time.

Installation and use of the production can only take place while your Property TV subscription is active.

c.      Except as set out in paragraph e., you can’t redistribute the production (this includes no public distribution, display or performance). You also can’t modify or make derivatives of the production.

d.     Except as set out in paragraph e., you can’t incorporate or distribute the production within an End Product. But you may link the users of the End Product to where they can directly license the production.

e.     You can incorporate a web-enabled font as part of an End Product, but your End Product must not encourage or facilitate users to extract the font or create new text using it.

f.      productions fall under the category of “Tools”. If further Tools are added to Property TV, specific license terms may be added in respect of those Tools, similar to the terms which currently apply to productions.

Tool is an installable software extension or utility designed to perform specific tasks in order to create other works. Tools include fonts, 3D and video software scripts, 3D and video software plug-ins, and graphics software add-ons.

17.  For music Items, the rights granted under this license are subject to the following restrictions:

a.     Broadcast use is not allowed. Please contact us if you wish to use the music for Broadcast.

b.     For films, the End Product, the film may not be theatrically released. (To avoid confusion, use in an Indie Film is an Allowed Use). Please contact us if you wish to use the music in a theatrically released film.

c.      For P.R.O. Music, public performance rights are not included with this license. See below for more details.

d.     The original author of the Item retains ownership of the Item. You can’t claim ownership of the Item, even if modified in accordance with this agreement, for example through content identification systems. Example: if you use a music track synced in your video, you can’t claim rights to the music (e.g. through applying “Content ID” or similar systems to the music in your video).

18.  The Items are either Non-P.R.O. Music or P.R.O. Music.

Non-P.R.O. Music. If the Item is Non-P.R.O. Music, this means it is not registered with any Performing Rights Organizations (P.R.O.s). Non-P.R.O. Music is generally not subject to any additional fees, but it is your responsibility as a buyer to pay any performing rights fees that may apply in your country, which will depend on the rules of your local P.R.O., your local laws, and your use of the Item. P.R.O. Music. If the Item is P.R.O. Music, this means the author of the item is a member of a P.R.O. and/or the item is registered with a P.R.O. If you intend to use the P.R.O. Music in an End Product that is publicly performed, then you may need to obtain additional performing rights from a P.R.O. and be subject to additional fees which are collected by a P.R.O. Nothing in this license acts as a waiver of any P.R.O. fees.


(a) Traditional television or radio broadcast (e.g. terrestrial, cable or satellite TV, broadcast radio); or (b) Mobile or online substitutes for traditional television or radio broadcast (e.g. mobile TV, IPTV (streaming TV or video-on-demand), streaming radio).

Indie Film

(b) A film not for general theatrical release. “Indie Film” includes a student film, a film distributed on online user generated platforms, and a film festival screening.

19.  For some Items, a component of the Item will be sourced from a third party and different license terms may apply to the component, such as someone else’s license or an open source or creative commons license. If so, the component will be identified in the Item’s description or in the Item’s downloaded files. The other license will apply to that component instead of this license. This license will apply to the rest of the Item.

For example: A theme might contain images licensed under a Creative Commons CCBY license. The CCBY license applies to those specific images. This license applies to the rest of the theme.

20.  For some Items, a GNU General Public License (GPL) or another open source license applies. The terms of any open source license will be included with the item (as a .txt file or, in some cases, embedded as part of the item itself). For any parts of the Item subject to the open source license, those open source license terms will apply to the extent that’s determined by the open source license terms and the nature of the Item, and this license applies to the rest of the Item.

Open source licensing is relevant for themes and plug-ins for WordPress and other open source platforms. Where an Item has components that are licensed under the GPL or other open source license, information about the applicable license will be noted in the Item’s download files. For more information, see this article.

21.  We are not responsible for the accuracy of the Items including the Item’s description and any keywords provided by the owner of the Item and nor are we responsible for any component of an Item sourced from a third party. Content that is used by the author of the item to demonstrate how the item works (for example things like photos in themes and audio files for videos) may have been sourced from a third party and it's your responsibility to check the files to ensure that there is an appropriate license for your intended use.

22.  You can only use an Item for lawful purposes. Also, you can’t use an Item in connection with material which is offensive, defamatory, pornographic, obscene or demeaning, or promotes discrimination. If an Item contains an image of a person, even if the Item is model-released you can’t use it in a way that creates a fake identity, implies personal endorsement of a product by the person, or in connection with sensitive subjects.

23.  Items that contain digital versions of real products, trademarks or other intellectual property owned by others have not been property released. It is your responsibility to consider whether your use of these Items requires a clearance and if so, to obtain that clearance from the intellectual property rights owner.

24.  "This license applies in conjunction with the User Terms for your use of Property TV. If there is an inconsistency between this license and the User Terms, this license will apply to the extent necessary to resolve the inconsistency.",

25.  This license can be terminated for any Item if you breach the license and don’t remedy the breach. If termination happens, you must stop using the relevant Item, which includes no longer making copies of or distributing the End Product created using that Item (unless you remove the Item from it).

26.  The owner of each Item retains ownership. You can’t claim ownership of an Item, even if modified under clause 8, for example through content identification systems.