A huge con grads EFEKT ! You’re life has just begun my friend!
I agree with Felts, the background is certainly a aesthetic choice and certainly can be no reason for a rejection. And I do this it is a nice touch as well. I have no idea why this would be rejected. The animation is smooth, camerawork is great, everything is great in my opinion. Great work!
Oh yeah, I caught that yesterday. Silent films are by far my favorite genre, and truly what I watch at least 50% of the time when I sit down and watch a film. Everything from feature silent films to short experimental silents. And seeing that footage from 1902 had my jaw hitting the floor. I watched it several times. Just amazing. I’m just waiting for “London After Midnight” to be discovered in someone’s attic.
Thats ridiculously amazing…. Just insane. Love the animation, love the site, love the scripts.
I think perhaps, in the end, flat-out copying, is creating work without any feeling. Like Felts said, “out to make a quick buck”. Perhaps one does make a quick buck every now and then. However, in the end, they burn away rather quick, and the ones who are here to make art, learn, be inspired, and inspire, will gain success in due time…. But I just copied what I wrote, so….what do I know.
Consider that photo jpeg not always have better quality but most usually biger size. Many cases on my experience h.264 has better quality with smaller size (with properly set sharpness and noise). For me 500mb is enough to have best quality for about 40-80 sec. 1gb – 2-3 minutes. Pretty much enought and photo jpeg will not add quality.Best Regards, Andrey
Most definitely. I am working on several bundles at once at the moment. I currently just finished rendering out some stock files, using H264 codec, at 4K size (granted not RAW ), but 4K size, each clip between 8-12 seconds, and I was able to pack 50 shots a little over 500mb. I spent countless hours of experimenting with various renders before venturing into the whole bundle territory. Trying to get the best compressions, which rendered out clean, at a compression that was easy on the user, and the H264 is the way to go. Photo jpeg was too bulky. And if Panda is using Red RAW , there really is no better format and more flexible format to be working with. With the cameras I have in stock, I edit with everything from MXF , Red, DSLR , XDCAM, QT…etc Red RAW is on another level in terms of flexibility.
...but PHANTAZMA have 900mb
All my files are in the 900mb to 1GB. I’m just a gluten for space! But seriously, I had contacted envato in the beginning, and had the idea of making little bundles with mattes, shots, AE project…etc. They did not think it would be allowed. A few days later, they contacted me and said that 1GB would be allowed. So, in my case, because I’m adding stock footage, mattes…etc. that all pertain to the AE project, it has be acceptable. Envato has been very flexible for me with this concept. So, I think, its a matter of having a reason why you need more than 500MB, and up to a 1GB extension.
Hey Panda-Bear, Videohive will allow 1GB max right now, if you request the extension, and state reasoning. I shoot on Epic Red, and s couple of days ago I released a project that has tons of mattes, 16 shots, all at 4K size, in Quicktime format. The package was about 975MB. I have had to trim a recent bundle that I submitted at 1.1GB, and had to knock it down to 1GB. So, yes, it’s pretty tight, and if you submit 1.3GB, you certainly will be asked to whack the size down to 1GB. Hope this helps.