Awesome news! Happy Birthday Envato!
Just heard the news. Sad indeed. R.I.P. Robin Williams…
I plan on creating a trailer tomorrow using stock footage from this website, I’ve noticed nobody has done this. In fact I don’t think I’ve ever seen videohive or photodune stock footage in a project file preview, is this not allowed ? or do people just not do this because it doesn’t look as good having a watermark ?.
Actually, I’ve done the exact same thing in my latest trailer.
I’ve bought the licence just to have higher resolution footage and placed watermark on it (just in case). But, as said in the post above, you can just download any footage and put some credits in your description.
Good luck guys!
Congrats, Yo! Well deserved! Now go for the Power Elite!
Got one, too. Testing it right now…
@TrooperFX, steve314 – Thanks a lot for the replies guys!
@placdarms – I’ll see what I can do before I dispute the claim.
Hey everyone! I need your opinion…
Few days ago I was changing some of my YT channel settings and noticed that Ads are keep showing, both, on my YT page and on my featured video. And btw, I’m not a YouTube partner and I didn’t allow any of those Ads.
So I was searching through my settings trying to disable them and came across this “Copyright Notices” tab in a Video Manager section. I saw that my featured video has been matched by Content ID as you can see in this screenshot.
So, of course, I googled it and found that Al Arabia for Cine Production & Distribution really exist. The video wan not removed, instead, they placed Ads as I mentioned. I don’t know if this is somehow done by mistake or they just want to put those Ads on my channel but I own all the rights for this video (except for that AJ track).
My question is: should I dispute the claim? I’m a bit afraid ‘cause I’ve already seen some author’s channels have been disabled for some unknown reasons…
Sorry for my bad English