No, you can use Reverie as much as you want.
Lighting, landscape, post-process, soundscape and characters.
You can use JPGS and PNGS.
You can choose what to import from each picture. You could import the lighting from one specific image and the soundscape from a different one.
Reverie relies on the power of Ai to recognize, extract and categorize visual features from of images, then the appropriate asset is selected from the cloud, downloaded to the UE4 project folder specified by the user and finally placed on