**Disclaimer:** This FAQ is not a substitute for the legal license and can therefore not be used as a legal instrument. The full asset license legal text can be found [[Human Generator Asset License|here]].
#### Difference between the add-on license and the digital asset license:
The add-on and its Python source code are licensed under the [GNU General Public License](https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.en.html), as required for all Blender add-ons.
The *digital assets* of Human Generator (i.e. textures, thumbnails, and 3D models) can be purchased on BlenderMarket.com and fall under a different license, the **Human Generator Digital Asset License**:
#### License Summary:
| | Personal License | Commercial License |
| ------------------------------------- | ---------------- | ------------------ |
| Amount of users | 1 | 1 |
| Personal Use | **Yes** | **Yes** |
| Educational Use | **Yes** | **Yes** |
| *Public* YouTube and Vimeo videos | **Yes** | **Yes** |
| Digital and physical portfolio | **Yes** | **Yes** |
| Commercial renders/animations | No | **Yes** |
| Selling NFTs | No | **Yes** |
| Use in software and video games | No | **Yes** |
| Sharing/selling the HG Digital Assets | No | No |
: This only applies to *easily extractable* formats. For example, sharing/selling the assets within a closed format like a video game is allowed, but sharing/selling `.fbx` files of 3D models created with Human Generator is not allowed.
: This means *all 3D models and/or textures* created by using Human Generator. For example the base humans, the clothing, the hairstyles and the corresponding textures. *Also when you've manually edited these* models or textures.
#### Frequently asked license questions:
###### If I use Human Generator as a starting point, can I *sell the resulting 3D model* to others? (i.e. using online marketplaces, other companies)
It's not allowed to share/sell the 3D models and/or textures of Human Generator to people who don't have a Human Generator license.This is still not allowed when you have customized the models yourself (i.e. changed the textures, added your own clothes). This restriction is for both the personal and commercial license. We understand that this might seem as a strict rule, but it's very hard to draw a clear line between something *you* created and something that is just reselling the models and textures we made for Human Generator.
If it's absolutely necessary for your *business* to share the 3D models/textures with freelancers and/or third party companies, please [[Contact Us]].
###### I am a YouTube/Vimeo video creator. Do I need a commercial license?
We made an exception to our license for YouTube and Vimeo creators, so you *don't* need a commercial license if the only commercial activity you'll be doing is making *public* YouTube or Vimeo videos.
Are you using another video platform than those two? This is how to determine if you need a commercial license for that platform:
- Do people have to pay to see the video? Then you need a commercial license.
- Are the videos publicly visible? Then you don't need a commercial license.