Q: What does a typical set of data in Rights Cloud look like?


A: A typical set of data in Rights Cloud might include the following elements:

  • Multiple Parties and Agreements

  • Assets attached directly to Agreements

  • Assets attached to Projects

  • Campaigns that use Projects 

  • Campaigns that have Ads

All of these are included in the Rights Cloud Sample Data provided with new accounts, more specifically represented as:

  • Parties for a photographer, a model and an actor each with an Agreement

  • Parties for a stock licensor and location company each with an Agreement

  • Asset attached directly to the model Agreement

  • Asset attached directly to the stock licensor Agreement

  • Assets generated from a photo shoot Project

  • Campaign with a photo shoot Project and two Ads


In the Rights Cloud Sample Data scenario, photo Assets  are generated for a Campaign Photo Shoot which include the photographer, a model and an actor as contributors to the assets. Some of the Assets also include a licensed location. The photos from the shoot as well as a stock photo of a sunset are then utilized in a Billboard Ad for the Campaign. 


A view of the Rights Cloud Sample Data is shown below:




The Parties, Agreements and Assets set up in the Rights Cloud Demo Data are shown below:


Parties:


Agreements:



Assets: