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Does anyone out there "license" their tours for multiple clients?

For instance, say you have an exclusive (non-public) tour that needs to be accessed by multiple parties. Has anyone tried to sell memberships or licenses for viewing instead of a typical fee structure? Or any other type of creative pricing strategy?
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I am in the tour business and I license "Amenity and town tours" for my videos through Vimeo. The cool thing with Vimeo is that I can set the licensed 'embedded videos' only to play on what ever URL's I tell them to play on. This way, I have control over the videos as to whether they plays on the licensees website. They don't pay the bill, I take their URL off off Vimeos system and of course their videos won't work anymore. It would be great if we could do this on Matterport but they don't offer this controllability. The only way I can see it working is to upload the video that you want to license each time for a licensee. You can then control whether it will play by making the video private and it won't play on their site any longer. I plan on doing this for my matterport versions of my amenity tours.
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