video display is a template that act as a frame for your content (video or photos). You chose a certain style (futuristic or children or whatever) and you add your content to that template. To be a video display is important to have a fair number of placeholders to show the buyer media.
the opener is more like a movie title but can be really the same as the video display. You add photos, videos text logos. The same as above.
the intro and outro are just parts of a template, don’t think there are category for this. Are just names for how some templates are build. Intro may have a title and the outro the logo and the final messageAt least that is what I’m understanding this
thank you dude
We all create items for market but i’m bit confused about technical defination of these words. Anybody ?
EDIT[What is intro, outro, openers and video display]
Pretty fast now and will sure affect the sales!
Why buyers buy the same ? you’ve got hundreds sales on this one and it’s sure this was popular enough i’m sure this guy will learn soon.
Your work speak itself
They’re doing pretty hard work i guess mine accepted few hours ago! great work
you will learn here lot Good luck
They’re not really my taste, but I don’t see on what quality grounds they might have been rejected. It’s pretty overblown in its aesthetic and it doesn’t really correspond to any level of realism, but I suppose that wasn’t the aim – I perceive it as more a kind of turned up to 200%, over-the-top kitsch. I think there’s a market for this on Envato, though.
I sometimes wonder if as the quality rises, reviewers are sometimes just accepting things that correspond to their own taste and area of preference, without really considering the vast variety of buyers (and authors) from various different backgrounds and cultures that might be interested. There’s the danger that Envato becomes a design mono-culture, and in light of the variety of authors and buyers we have here, that would be a terrible shame.
What’s more, we are seeing the fallout from these kind of rejections on the forums and I’m finding it increasingly difficult in many cases to think up solid reasons that are absent from the standard rejection email that the author receives.
As the quality rises, the quality of reviewing has to rise too. Going forwards, I think that the reasons for rejection are going to need to be spelled out more carefully, and taste put on the back-burner somewhat for reviewing.
OK, a taste judgement from me:-I would say that the moving Bokeh thing is ugly and just too much, and the overall movement is too large for the backgrounds to be really that useful. Remember a user can easily speed stuff up, but it’s hard to slow stuff down (successfully). I also find that whilst they’re very saturated, they’re also rather too monochrome. I’d have preferred to see a broader colour palette… .but like I say, those are my subjective judgements.