FaceRig is awesome! I'm excited to see it come out and I expect to be experimenting with it once I acquire a webcam. I was thinking about making models (mostly for personal use) and decided to see what the conditions were for monetisation from FaceRig content.
Summarised, Legalese-ish version:
6.Permitted use of FaceRig-created content, of which may be kept private or made public at your discretion. Restrictions are as follow:
a)Classic and Pro versions prohibit fees to access FaceRig-created content unless granted permission by Holotech in a separate agreement.
b)Licensed characters provided with FaceRig must be used in compliance with the terms listed in Annex 1 of the EULA document.
c)FaceRig-created content featuring items not listed in Annex 1 is governed by other limitations as specified by their creators. Detailed descriptions of the Creative Commons license types can be found in digital format at http://creativecommons.org/ The aforementioned limitations are as follow:
c.1)FaceRig Classic (Without the PRO upgrade) is governed by Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)
c.2)FaceRig PRO is governed by Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0)
c.3)The use of community-created items are under limitations as dictated by their creators. In the case of overlapping licenses (content created using a mix of items with various Creative Commons limitations), the most restrictive license applies.
content that comes with FaceRig are to be used in their manners specified. Don't make people pay to see your FaceRig content. Community members have all rights to specify their Creative Commons, even if it's incredibly shitty. If you have several things in use with different levels of Creative Commons, the most restrictive applies.
The entire EULA can be found here: http://store.steampowered.com//eula/274920_eula_1
That being said, I'm gonna check out FRig. Happy Labour Day weekend!