savastgfx, you’re now aware of the rule
The Author Knowledgeable is currently being updated to include a list of words we don’t accept in the titles, however, in the meantime, we’re trying to weed out the submissions that do contain these words.
Again, small things such as this will unfortunately slip through on occasion. An issue of whether we miss a “4K” in the title has no bearing on the quality of its content or the number of sales an item will generate.
The titles have been fixed, thanks for bringing them to our attention. As stated earlier, shot descriptors, resolution descriptors or technical attributes such as “close up”, “dolly”, “macro”, “loop” “4K”, “HD”, etc. are not permissible in the titles.
Instead, they should be placed in the item description and/or tags.
Sometimes things like this do slip through (we aren’t robots, which might surprise a lot of you!), but part of our job as reviewers is to educate authors on what we are and aren’t accepting so that these sorts of things happen less frequently.
MotionRevolver what if it is stock with animation applied to it. Like in example some real shot modified to look interesting and fit into some special theme like finances or real estate. Is it motion graphics or stock footage ?
Stock Footage is usually the better category for that type of stuff, since it’s technically video with composited animation.
You’re correct in thinking you shouldn’t upload 50 separate items. We accept bundles/packs of 10 clips or less, so it would be best for you to upload 5 separate packs of 10 files.
If they are animations created with a computer then yes, please place them in the Motion Graphics category. If the clips were filmed with a camera, please place them in the Stock Footage category.
Hey gazman sorry to hear that, if you really care about frontpage exposure I think you can delete your project and re-upload it… However I would wait for an official permission from Envato staff, I don’t know if this is allowed, it may lead to more troubles
Don’t do this. As mentioned by other members, if you delete your project to get it back on the front page, the project will not be re-accepted
One of the biggest reasons for rejections lately is the composition of a shot. A lot of authors take their camera out into the world, plop it down somewhere and hit the record button without taking into consideration how the shot is composed.
For example, if you’re standing on a rooftop shooting a city skyline, but there’s part of another building obscuring the main subject in an awkward fashion, that shot’s overall quality and usefulness suffers as a result, no matter how good the image quality might be.
Just a quick note to all authors regarding Element 3D projects:
Since the plugin allows anybody to easily create great-looking 3D graphics with just a few clicks, we look for E3D projects that contain more complexity and customization options. Even though it might look great, a simple, nicely-textured 3D logo with a basic camera movement isn’t going to cut it