Haha, that’s funny I realised you are from Lithuania when you made your first thread in the Forums and you didn’t have any items Anyways, good luck in your projects
Don’t be sad You can be pushy and click on ‘flag for staff reply’ if you want to hear what they think about it
After all, licenses are about the use – not about what the file contains…
+1 If you included source files (C4D as you said for example), the price of the extended licence should be at least 2 times bigger. And most customers would only need that extended licence, not those files.
Oh yeah! Adele is one of my favorite singers. And the song is nice
I do not understand, how is this possible?
Video has: 302 views
and: 25,472 likes, 487 dislikes.
Well, here’s an idea. Why not make a requirement to submit source project files for 3D pre-rendered elements? It could just be another field to fill out in the upload form.
It’s a good idea, but there is one reason why I think it will certainly not happen. Source files introduce new software, new software – new plug-ins. Reviewers would need to have tens of software packages to be installed in order to view those files. They would also need to know how to use all of them. And, most importantly, projects with source files which were made using unpopular or even custom-made software would be rejected, because ‘reviewers couldn’t prove it’s not pre-rendered Element 3D’. Just ridiculous amount of inconveniences.
They are so small because it looks better this way. To make it bigger, usually you would just need to scale the logo up in the logo composition. It’s very simple
Can I ask some more? Please describe the process of seeking audio. You sit down and say “Well. I have beautiful and bright video/project. And you write the keywords: “positive” “uplifting” “sunny”.... ” Or you do another way? It’s important for us to know. Thanks.
Actually for VideoHive I usually first get an idea for my project. Then I find the music. And yeah, I search for it just the way you have described. And only then I start making my project. At least that’s the way I do this.