As mentioned, the bit-rate has a lot to do with video and audio quality. Personally, I render at 10 mb/s for video to result in a decent quality that isn’t a bandwidth ‘hog’ as well as 320kb/s for audio.
What you can try doing is looking at the part side feature listed where it says ‘requires’. If it says Element 3D (that’s the first version) , Element 3DV2 (second version). I hope this helps you out.
Same as above two sales so far.
Nice. I’m looking forward to working on this!
Awesome stuff, thanks Envato team!
Rejections can indeed be disheartening but I have to agree with the others as well. It’s not about the resolution of the production but quality in terms of an overall general sense: how useful it is, resolution quality, animation quality, lighting quality, texture quality and so forth.
The resolution may be good but to me, the lighting needs a lot of work, it’s very flat, like a texture has been slapped on top of it in pieces, it’s not cohesive. The animation and camera would do with some work as well. Perhaps let it sit for a month then come back and take a look at it against other production of similar genre and see how it stacks up.
I was saying the same thing, those “blurred’ icons are still so easily identified, could’ve at least cropped them.
It is always difficult to accept rejection especially after working really hard on a project but as standards rise and the marketplaces become flooded only the highest quality would be accepted. As the marketplaces grow the standard of quality also rises. As it relates to your project, it is way too simple and it is something that can be done even buy frequent buyers, sadly I can see why it doesn’t meet the standards of VideoHive as well. Don’t be discouraged, keep trying.