The “cheapest” option really depends on how much you are withdrawing.Placdarms wrote an article about this some time ago : http://placdarms.lv/withdraw-money-from-envato-marketplaces-cheeper.html
Personally i prefer SWIFT for large withdrawals and PayPal / Moneybookers for smaller ones.
Sounds absolutely normal.When you publish a project it gets a lot of exposure through the front page and category listing.Once that traffic dies down so does the sales,unless you manage to get to the “Popular Items” list.
Check out : http://analytics.envato.com/ – You can track your items traffic from there.
It’s a start..but i’m pretty confident it wouldn’t get approved to the marketplace.
This idea has been done a million times already and your project isn’t bringing anything new to the table.The design and camera movements are very simple and unpolished.
Looks like you know some basics of After Effects,but i would suggest you keep learning more before starting to publish projects.
When can we expect this to be implemented to the Envato marketplaces?
While we’re on the subject,is there a official Envato / Videohive channel on YouTube? Because there really should be!
I wouldn’t call him a thief.This is perfectly fine and good for the marketplace and authors.
If i would have to say something negative,it would be the “spammy” approach of these channels.Large quantities of .flv’s ripped and uploaded without proper descriptions.