If you are planning to bundle some of your pre-existing VH items together, then no, you cannot do that.
I see you have 2 icon sets in your portfolio. So, for example, we can’t allow you to combine them to sell them as a bundle since they already exist as independent items in your portfolio.
However, if you have other projects that have not yet been approved for sale on VH, then yes, you can combine those to create a bundle, and we’d be happy to review it. (Within reason of course)
Great ! ,would be nice to unify the hard rejected´posts too.
While I understand the author´s frustration it s kind of annoying to see like now 6 posts about hard rejection.
Have them all in one place can keep things more organized.
BTW I ve been hard rejected toom in the past
All of the “My Project Was Hard Rejected” posts are supposed to be listed in the “Item Discussion” section. The problem is, since it’s not part of the main forum, most authors don’t know the page exists, so it’s difficult to keep them all where they belong.
Please keep all posts related to queue wait time here:http://videohive.net/forums/thread/the-queue-monitor/165072
Queue wait time is always a popular discussion, so to keep things unified, please use this thread to post your observations on current queue status and review wait time.
For example, if your project was reviewed and approved within 4 days of uploading it to the queue, you might post something like this: “Project reviewed in 4 days”.
Hi firestarter, just for future reference, something like this should be posted on the “Item Discussion” page instead of the main Videohive forum.
As for your project, that type of animation isn’t something we typically accept anymore. We’ve moved beyond accepting simple extrusion projects and reject them most of the time due to marketplace saturation.
Take a look at the most recently approved items in the Logo Stings or Openers category for a better idea of what the current trends are.
Yeah, maybe it does lack the razzle-dazzle of a must-have AE template! I just thought it would be a nice tool for anyone making space videos. maybe I’m biased though I’ll have a think and see what I can incorporate it with, to make it more appealing/versatile.
You can certainly list and market this as a “planet tool” which would actually be quite useful. But you’ll have to provide more than just Jupiter, and it would likely make sense to provide all of the planets in the solar system.
The animation is nice and looks great, but it’s not typically something we accept to the After Effects category, unless you provide more value such as an entire pack of pre-animated, customizable planets.
There doesn’t appear to be anything customizable with the sample you’ve provided other than the motion of Jupiter’s atmosphere. Possibly adding text layers or other customizable features, as well as additional camera angles and fly-bys might help make this more of an acceptable item.