Explanation from Audiojungle’s website: Royalty free means you just need to pay for rights to use the item once per end product. You don’t need to pay additional or ongoing fees for each person who sees or uses it.

Unfortunately no. The license you purchased gives your permission to use the song as-is (with exception of length edit) with any motion picture format (film, video, DVD, games, animation, etc) commercial or non-commercial.

The only edit allowed is the length of the song.

No. The purchase gives you rights to use. Ownership of master and composition of the song still belongs to me (visualgroove).

If you’re looking to register your sync/audiovisual works with the PRO, check out this page for more information.


A lot of production music composer like me are facing a lot of cases where other people are stealing our music and registering these music with Content ID as theirs. If it happens, your video will also get flagged by Youtube – and even worse: now it’s really hard for either you or me to track them down and clear it.

More and more composers, especially the ones that are doing this seriously for a living, are doing it for the reason above, and royalty-free music platforms such as Audiojungle and Pond5 allow composers to upload music that are registered with Content ID.

The diligence in registering my music with Content ID guarantees that I have full control over my catalogue – as well as reassuring my clients and buyers that they can always clear Content ID through me.