And if I understand correctly, authors will no longer get any cut from 2$ fee that was added to final item price if buyer pays directly through PayPal?
You’re breaking my balls, Envato!
X_X I still can’t understand.
Maybe someone can explain to me how this will affect non-exclusive Audio Jungle author?
Before these changes I was earning 33% of every sale. And now?
New author is trying to promote his files, Envato Elite is watching:
When I am trying to get my files in Top Sellers Of The Week:
This game is awesome:D Already 5:0…
I love to use misnaming:) It is actually mix of item name that contains some tag word and still have some “story” behind it. For example one of my punk-rock track is named “To Be Punk” – so buyer knows that it is punk music and item name looks fine:) One of my dub step tracks is called “Dubstep Heroes” – and again – I have tag word and still something more:) or “Get Up Ukulele”
AlumoAudio saidAudiomicro? It’s just a typo or AdRev is working with Audiomicro?
Depard saidYou just send a quick email to support@audiomicro dot com with a link to the video and ask them to remove the claim. It’s usually done within a few hours.
By the way, if I have sold one of my track to someone without using AudioJungle(Yes, I can do that, I am unexclusive author) and later this buyer have received AdRev claim, what should he do? I think that I must make my own written license which I send to buyer after he pays for my track? Maybe someone have some template of this kind of license?