They need to change this. Doesn’t make sense in the slightest…
Yep, I have the same problem. There are stock footages of vegetables in the Element 3D section.
If you’re talking about using Particular and Element 3D in the same project, for example, yes! Just make sure you state in the description that the project requires both Element 3D and Particular.
Particular is not an option in the list that contains “Element 3D” so you have to write in “Requires Particular” or something of that nature into the description. Not quite sure why they haven’t added other plugins to that list…
Extended license on a $27 item! Yay! Good all around so far this month.
I’ve heard the Dell U2312HM is a good one that’s reasonably priced.
I guess disagree with some of the things written in this thread. Firstly Intel is not more expensive because of their brand image. Intel’s processors have much better archetecture, making them much more efficient than AMD processors. Intel makes better processors, period. Check the links below, Intel makes 55 processors that out perform the best AMD chip.
Number of cores means almost nothing, there are countless 4 core Intel processors that destroy an AMD 8 core processor performance-wise.
If you’re looking to build a high end machine Intel is a no-brainer. That 5820 out-preforms the FX9590 by over 38% in a 3D rendering benchmark. And the first AMD processor on the second list ranks 56th behind 55 Intel processors.http://www.anandtech.com/bench/CPU/39 https://www.cpubenchmark.net/high_end_cpus.html
If you’re on a tight budget AMD is great! But when you’re building a computer that you will use everyday to make a living, you’re going to want to go with a high performance processor; something that AMD simply does not offer. I strongly advise you to spend the extra $90 and go with a 5820 or 4790k, you will notice a difference.
Took 6 days for my item that was approved today. It’ll probably speed up now that the weekend’s over.
The reviewers are on vacations for a few days because of the holidays. No need to panic.
Yes I wear glasses, I got them before I started doing motion design.
I look at the screen for around 5 – 6 hours per day.
My vision has gotten worse since I began with design 4 or 5 years ago, but it’s hard to say if my vision’s decline is due to the screen. I’m probably a lot younger (19) than most of you so my eyes are still naturally changing I guess.
I can’t stand staring into the screen for more than 3 hours at a time, so I usually take a good sized break every two hours at least. I think I heard about the 20 – 20 – 20 rule on this thread actually, but for those who didn’t see it – whilst your designing or whatever, look at something that’s 20ft away from you, for 20 seconds, every 20 minutes. This exercise gives both your mind and your eyes to relax.