Why not give that reason???
Because then we will have threads like “Upload Queue New Record – 16 Days!”.
Whenever it is soft rejected you are always given a reason for it, so you can fix it.
In case of a hard reject however you’ll have to pretty much change the whole project as far as I know.
In this case of E3D, it makes it just unnecessary for those who were ethical enough to buy a license but are restricted to use it in all parts of their work.
I was one of the souls who bought E3D and it was a big bummer when I found out about the pre-render thing. I never came around to make a project file with it. I still don’t get how an animation that your create with your own 3D models and stuff can fall under the license of some other dude. Imagine if all the 3dsmax and cinema renders had the same thing.
However, I just found out from this thread that Shockwave is an actual footage gallery, and obviously not a plugin like.. Let’s say ‘Particular’ which acts like a creation tool. In this matter I can see why OP posted this thread and I guess he has the rights to question it. It’s like using a Digital Juice Fire footage as a pre-render and selling it here with the project.
VideoHive has a lot, and I mean a lot of good authors here, who are constantly raising the quality bar of the projects. The market here doesn’t have any quality requirements that are set in stone. The quality bar is always rising. I’ve said it before – some of the items that were best sellers couple of year ago, would be hard rejected nowadays.
It may sound a bit harsh but your work will be compared to the top quality works here and if the quality gap is too big… hard reject. It probably doesn’t look fair to some authors, but I find it kind of inspiring. It pushes you to evolve… To evolve with the market and grow as a designer.
I had some items rejected and I was in denial at first, but later I’ve come to realize that the reviewer was actually right, my projects could have been improved and they could have been done better. Absolutely the same goes for my approved projects.
to see if i can create a project that is not only super complicated but beautiful, clean, sharp, fresh, unique, complicated, complicated, simple yet complicated, SUPER FULL HD 7000fps, lots of colors, doesn’t require any plugins oh and of course is under 1gb in size!
I hope you’re joking and you realize that the rejection has nothing to do with those things.
I see no problem here. Used as intended to be used.
You can use this project to generate ONE intro. You can use that ONE intro as many times as you wish(in all your youtube videos). But the project itself can be used to generate one video with one license.
I select no, since it’s not a third-party plugin.
You write in the description that the file requires Cycore(CC) FX, which is free and comes with the After Effects CD.
I do hope you get it resolved quickly.
Every time i’ve filed a DMCA or given takedown notice to 3rd party re-sellers hosting my work, it’s taken months for them to actually remove it.makes me wonder: does DMCA stand for: ’’Delay My Creative Artwork’‘
I’ve had a hosting site telling me they can’t accept my DMCA and take my file down from their host since my email is not ’@videohive.net’. Funny huh?
I’d file a DMCA. Then it’s up to the accused to file a counter DMCA. If they’re lying when they do this, they’re potentially getting themselves into a whole heap of legal difficulties.
Hey Felt, from what I’ve read, if they submit a counter-DMCA, our only solution to taking the copied file down would be going to court. What if the person lives 5000 miles away and going to court is basically impossibe? Does that mean that there’s nothing the original author can do?