In view of what’s happening at http://videohive.net/forums/thread/the-queue-monitor/165072?page=34 and at http://videohive.net/forums/thread/the-sales-monitor/51465?page=595 I’d say the cat’s name could be Nero.
The cursor changes to a magnifying glass when hovered over a preview video and the share icons. When did that start happening?
I would like to point out something: there is already confusion between “crab” and “dolly” movement types. I was also doing it wrong, but after digging around the Internet I finally found some texts which explain it clearly. Just look at the VideoHive library and you’ll see that many people use “dolly” for crab shots. Maybe you should consider creating a quick guide after all…?
It beggars belief that Envato should have launched such a [much needed] major system of classification, without first compiling and issuing explanatory guidelines!
(Hmm…on reflection…standard MO…)
clarecomm saidMaybe it is intended for intentionally blurred / bokeh shots? But, yeah, it’s not a movement type. Just like low-angle is not a motion, but the type of shot, right? Fish eye?
@MarkBrodhuber I can understand Rack Focus as a Movement option. But Soft Focus?
‘Intentionally blurred’? You mean out-of-focus? That opens up a whole new revenue stream for me lol!
Seriously though, if there is ‘Tracking Left’ and ‘Tracking Right’, then why not ‘Pan Left’ and ‘Pan Right’ and the same for dolly shots. And ‘Handheld’ is just a SINGLE word.
And, in my experience, a ‘Follow’ shot tends to get rejected as “its usefulness is very limited”, so maybe that option shouldn’t even be included?
Anyway…just change the category title from ‘Movement’ to ‘Random Stuff’ and many of these problems go away
So maybe we should all hold fire on updating our portfolios…?
I can understand Rack Focus as a Movement option. But Soft Focus?
This is great addition, thanks!
However, I have a suggestion… Or, rather, I beg you to implement something like this:
it would be great to have “customized” upload page, with some attributes set to default for each upload, instead of them staying on N/A. For example, all footage I upload is full color, and almost none (like 99%) of it contains source audio. So, it would be of a great help not to click to set these options each time I upload a video – which happens a lotAlso, similarly to this – please provide an easy way to automatically update whole portfolio for certain attributes. For example, as I said, all of my footage is full color, and it would be a pain to go through each of 3500+ videos just to select the option “full color”. Can this be automated in any way?
There was clearly a mistake during review. The price was adjusted. If you have any further issues please contact support, thanks!
I think the only issue is that Envato ignored the suggested $35 valuation in my comment to the reviewer this morning.
But I guess you know best
Thanks for fixing!
I’d suggest you to make a little update (like changing tags for example) and submit it with a comment to a reviewer. This way you’ll get this issue fixed much faster.
Yes, did that first thing this morning. Four hours later – nada. Still…sticking it on the forum has been worth it for the entertainment value lol!