Check my “Good Night Kids” as well, its full of little lovely sounds from toys etc. within a nice piano melody.
Hey guys, I’m personally curious as to the specific reasons as why you would prefer an Envato ‘currency’ as opposed to using a service like PayPal?
In my case, i won some “Envatomoney” in a competition which i can spend “only” in the marketplaces and its only valid for a Year. I dont need so many things from the marketplaces, but maybe from the other Envato places
R.I.P. Ronnie and one of your younger followers, Peter Steele from Type O Negative who past away a few weeks ago.
If you are in the UK, there is no “Fair Use” .
This is exactly what we need, it would be very helpfull if people post some facts to that thread related to different countries, as we are “multicultural” here on AJ
Daniel, i voted for you and let everyone know, so they do the same. Good luck, you deserve it !
p.s. Better don’t post “how many times you voted” or stuff like this.
Is it OK to use a voice sample / snippet from a movie or television broadcast ?This is probably the most “unclear” part of the copyright thing. If you take a voice sample of a Hollywood production you will probably end up in trouble. It is not allowed to use such phrases from movies etc., but if you cut only a few seconds and alter the sound ( pitch shifting, transform, FX etc. ) and it’s not neccessarely “Take the red pill and you’ll stay in wonderland” from the Matrix trilogy, you probably never face any problems as long as it wont be a billboard chartbreaker.
I tried to find a clear and 100% safe answer for this question i the internet and in court cases.
What could be used as a guideline is the following :
- Movie dialogues or at least the person who speakes, are protected by copyright
- If you use only a small part of it once ( not looped troughout the whole track ) it will probably be covered as a “fair use”.
- Court will decide on the “fair use” principle as : A ) did you build your work on the original work / theme ? B ) Did the copyright owner loose some potentional income because of your work ?
BUT keep in mind :
“Because of the defendant’s burden of proof, some copyright owners frequently make claims of infringement even in circumstances where the fair use defense would likely succeed in hopes that the user will refrain from the use rather than spending resources in his defense. This type of lawsuit is part of a much larger problem in First Amendment law; see Strategic lawsuit against public participation.”
HOWEVER , there may be some rare occasions that some echo applied to the watermark may be warranted. A pack of short sound effects for example may benefit from a watermark with echo applied so that the watermark is present, but not too distracting and obtrusive to the main sounds.
Perfectly explained ! Just not sure if every reviewer is aware of that
What would be helpful for us composers, is to be able to see some sort of report where Audio Jungle lacks content or only has a very little amount in? i.e. It would help us (and you) if we could see what genres need more tracks in, this way we can work on strengthening the AJ library as a whole!
Like you said, as the library grows, it makes sense to limit the files that are allready there in different variations.
@Catch22Music : Your idea is good, but probably if a genre lacks of content, it could also be, that there is not enough demand / requests for such audiofiles. Maybe it would help more to see which files / genres have been searched for ( without or with very little results ) by customers.
Anyway, i guess if you create good stuff, it will be sold sooner or later
Hey Daniel, Motion projects were once accepted here. Unfortunately there wasn’t much of a demand for them though. We only had 6 or 7 files accepted compared to After Effects which has over 1,000 files now.
I thought i saw some a while ago but wasn’t sure if i only dreamed it Well, i can finish them in AE for sure and submit it like that ( or as you mentioned as motion graphics ).
Thank you and have a good day Daniel
I’m an AudioJungle author, so excuse me if i ask some very basic stuff for you video people.
I would love to upload a few Apple Motion projects, but did not find any others on the marketplace so far. Is it not allowed or did just no one else upload one so far ?
Would there be a market for these kind of project files ?
Thanks and have a great day. Daniel