I am a voiceover seller and I often sell to other fiverr sellers who make videos. They offer video making services which include a voiceover and then outsource that part to me.
It seems pretty clear to me that the video seller is making money from my voiceover and therefore should be paying the extra for a commercial licence. Sometimes it’s pretty clear cut where the final user (their client) is a business so in that case they need a licence. When the end user is not a business however (it’s to be used for educational purposes for example) then often the video seller does not want to purchase the licence.
So my question is this - If the video seller is selling the video to an end user then the video seller is making money, so they should still need a commercial licence. I imagine lots of people have experience of this - am I justified asking that they buy the licence in all cases?
Thanks in advance for any suggestions