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I'm creating a DVD for a Childrens home school using iDVD. I've used the Revolution template. I've only just realised that selling this as a product may be an issue what with using a template created by Apple.

Is this an issue? Are you allowed to use templates and then sell the DVD once made?

If not, are there any similar templates I could use OR is there an easy way to create a template?

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From everything I've read - the themes are royalty free in terms of a final product - but you can't use the themes to repackage in a "collection of themes" and attempt to sell it.

Although from what I've also read, people seem to recommend that you remove the apple watermark that appears by default.

But, if you want to play it safe, you can always contact Apple to make 100% sure - finding specific wording on the themes seems to be difficult - unlike the garage band loops and such which are specifically stated to be royalty free in a final product (as long as not reselling the loops separately)

here's one of the threads at apples website about the same question:

Apple - Support - Discussions - Using iDVD for "for-profit" projects ...

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Brilliant, thanks for that
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