A EULA or End User License Agreement is the document that proves you have legally licensed music to use in your video. Think of it as your golden ticket out of any copyright disputes.
Each EULA is specific to you and the track you’ve licensed and can’t be transferred to anyone else.
The EULA includes all the details you need, including what you can and can't do with the track. If there’s any drama over your use of the track (for example a copyright claim on YouTube), this is the document you’ll need to supply as proof you’ve licensed it.
When you pay for your license, we’ll automatically email you a copy of your EULA along with a payment receipt.
If you need another copy - no sweat - you can download one by logging-in to your Lickd account and visiting your My Account > Licenses section.
Your My Account area can be found by clicking your account picture in the top right-hand corner, or the burger menu (3 lines in the top right-hand corner) and then your account name. Alternatively, you can click here.
If you're interested... you can also find an example of an End User License here.