Using a credit, whether you've purchased a credit pack or have a subscription, allows you to have broad commercial rights on the files you choose to download and use credits on. Broad commercial rights mean that you can use the file you downloaded on projects that are in-house (personal) or for paying clients (commercial). The files that you've used credits on can be used for advertising and marketing collateral, even on products you sell. However, you can't just resell or redistribute the file you've used a credit for, you must alter the image to add value to the design.
Articles in this section
- What does "Editorial Use Only" mean?
- What is an on-demand service?
- What does commercial use mean?
- What does merchandising mean?
- What does using a credit allow me to do with a file I download?
- If I have a download credit or a subscription plan, what CAN'T I do with Vecteezy files?
- Does Vecteezy own my resources?
- Can I resell the resources I download from Vecteezy?
- Can I just download the free resources and use them elsewhere?
- What does Vecteezy consider to be Art Theft?