GrizzleFX saidThat’s right.
Yes you have to buy a new license for each job, even if it’s the same file.
When buyer pay for an item on VH, he didn’t bought item ro do what he want, but only one single use license.
GrizzleFX saidNo. He is ok with regular licence. He will charge to client for time spent on his work, and that is correct.
And if you are selling the finished product, which it sounds like you are, you will need to buy extended license(s).
Extended licence is required only if people need to pay to watch final product: dvd for sale, membership on websites, vimeo video which is not free to watch, etc.
You didn’t used zip in the project for sure, so there is obviously no need to replace missing file(s) in the project with zip file, but with wav, psd, and two png files.
Are you sure that you collected files (File -> Collect Files… All)?
I suppose that all links works only for you…
Always check the links in other browser where you’re not logged in, to make 100% sure that links works.
Better upload images to your site. When you decide to change design, just reupload images with same file names, and no need to edit every single description.
Regarding to design: It’s really bad.
3Ddym’s link for GR buttons is great idea. For $2-3 you can have awesome buttons. You can also find something for free.
I think that the price is correct. I complained few time for the price, but for to high price, not too low.
Creattive, that’s right. Thanks for addition.
but can we, for example, give our files to other people without them having to buy it?
File -> Collect Files… All
In case you didn’t do that.
That’s all what you need to do.
If you haven’t done “collect files”, assets will load only on your computer through absolute paths.
Relative paths works only if path is (Footage)/ and that is exactly what you get with File -> Collect Files.
After that open cs6 .aep from collected folder, save it as cs5.5, delete cs6 .aep, compress everything (.aep file, (Footage) folder and documentation), and reupload zip file.