That was of great help, thank you Piotr and Marco.
I also think once the main work is done, there are many helpful items in the Titles, Transitions, and Elements categories – but obviously those will be of secondary importance.
Hi guys, ThemeForest author here.
Let’s say I want to exercise my acting and tutoring abilities. I want to explain things about web design, with two running videos unified in one: my body visible on one side, and a screen recording on the other, like this:
I know how to record screen videos, yet I am completely new to video editing, so maybe VideoHive has some useful template/project to help with this.
For example, it’s necessary to be able to import and have two videos side by side, synchronize and cut them, have transitions for switching between a half screen and full screen for each side, zoom and highlight areas, easily add headings etc.
What items can assist me in creating this more easily, or even what kind of items should I be looking for, in general?
Also, please share any experience regarding process and best practices for doing this.
^ Can be also: When you read someone else’s HTML.
Fellow author trying to help you by pointing out bugs in the comment section:
Trying to pick a category for your submission:
Hard rejected author asks if their item is now close to approval:
The actual review process:
If you already had an agreement to code and sell the template, I don’t really see any issue with putting it up for sale and keeping his 50% in a safe place for him – whatever has happened, he will have money waiting for him. Except if he has partnered with another designer, which would seem strange.
But I really hope he is doing well, we don’t usually have backup mechanisms to alert “secondary” people in our lives – meaning beyond those closest to us – that we are going through some serious problem.
Best of luck,
I dont know… if we build a html page that looks like material design.I mean typo animations and….,Is that Material Design?or we should use specific framework or tool?
It look like there is no limitation on tools. There’s also a little more to MD than typography and animations – the main thread on the contest has some good resources on what MD is, but here’s a shorter video.
In accord with the contest, I thought we can help each other understand the concepts a little, as this is a good opportunity to learn something new. For example, for functional shadows it is stated that:
Shadows are the only visual affordance indicating the amount of separation between surfaces.
But is that so – if we have a light source above two surfaces, wouldn’t lifting the topmost make it appear brighter?