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Coreaux says

what grkandesign is right, but I have read that there is a script that creates backwards compatible projects that open in any version, the name is Open Sesame, perhaps you can take a look at it to solve your problem.

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Coreaux says

Hello ! I have watched your template, and a few thoughts came to my mind : 1 – When the logo “assembles”, the letters comes from different zones of the screen until they come together. Does this works with logos that have more letters or this only works for the Envato logo ? 2 – Usually the clients wants their logo to appear as it is, with the real colors that matches the general identity of the company.. why in this template the logo has to turn to black ? Perhaps you can make the logo to be affected by caustics, since it is an underwater logo reveal maybe this effects helps to enhance the atmosphere. Just an idea.

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Coreaux says


First of all I think that the rating system is a source of problems . I have read several posts here in which some authors received a 1 star rating without any reason or explanation from the buyer and that makes the item to have a low rating . Even if sometimes is the buyer’s fault ( they buy the wrong template or one that is not compatible with their Ae version, for example), even if that is the case they deliver a 1 star rating which results in what I mentioned before. Als o, I have found items with a 5 star rating, and when you read the comments that the buyers leave most of them complain about certain aspect of the template, insulting the autor and warning other possible customers not to buy that template. So.. what is the point in having a rating system completely out of control ? I think that it makes more harm than what it helps.
Next time I will say: please don’t rate :)
Reverse psychology, huh ?? :P
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Coreaux says

First of all I think that the rating system is a source of problems . I have read several posts here in which some authors received a 1 star rating without any reason or explanation from the buyer and that makes the item to have a low rating . Even if sometimes is the buyer’s fault ( they buy the wrong template or one that is not compatible with their Ae version, for example), even if that is the case they deliver a 1 star rating which results in what I mentioned before. Als o, I have found items with a 5 star rating, and when you read the comments that the buyers leave most of them complain about certain aspect of the template, insulting the autor and warning other possible customers not to buy that template. So.. what is the point in having a rating system completely out of control ? I think that it makes more harm than what it helps.

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Coreaux says

its just for Experiments. thanks guys for advice me . i dont send any project until i see all important tutorials ! ;) again thanks guys

As I said in a previous post of yours, apparently you have a basic knowledge of After effects which means that you already gave the first steps in order to become an author.

If you allow me to give you some advice I would say that you have to work in the general style of your projects, from minimum details like the fonts choice or the colors, to the animation, flexibility of the item, usability and so.

If you put more effort and passion in what you do you will become a successful author, for sure, just don’t pay attention to some of the ” after effects gurus” that commented here in this post, apparently they were born knowing everything about everything..

Good luck my friend !

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Coreaux says

Awesome ! good work, buddy !

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Coreaux says

In the case of this project I would say that the first reason of the rejection is that you copied that tutorial and the second reason is because , sorry to say, it is very basic and have no visual impact. As another colleague said before, you have to think why somebody would buy your project ? Is a question that we all do to ourselves before designing a project. Possible reasons of a customer at the moment to decide a buy : flexibility, style, usability, if your project will make things easier and faster in order to gain time in the production process, originality, and so.. I must say that you apparently have a good knowledge about After effects. it is only matter of taking care of some details and to work harder on your projects, if you do so then your projects will be accepted and you will start to make money, my friend.

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Coreaux says


That is not a good advice my friend, one of the rules that reviewers follow is to reject templates that were designed by following a tutorial step by step. Perhaps you can learn new techniques or get some inspiration from those tutorials, but don t copy them because your time will be wasted, your project have a 90 % possibilities to be rejected.
Sheldon, is it you?

Bazinga !! I didn read that part in which you explain that it was sarcasm..

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Coreaux says

That is not a good advice my friend, one of the rules that reviewers follow is to reject templates that were designed by following a tutorial step by step. Perhaps you can learn new techniques or get some inspiration from those tutorials, but don t copy them because your time will be wasted, your project have a 90 % possibilities to be rejected.

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Coreaux says

You are welcome, my friend ;)

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