It simply depends on the outcome of the discussion. In the scenario where we would’ve mutually agreed the Item’s main idea was indeed “borrowed” then maybe a link back on the items page or a small thank you email would’ve been more than fine.
In a scenario where they would disagree the idea was borrowed I’d simply move on, as he said previously, the final outcome is different enough for both to co exist.
|+790196|felt_tips said Now, 12 weeks later, the boot’s on the other foot. You see your copyright infringed and are now arguing that a file your peers have judged to be broadly different in all repsects other than the use of the piano keyboard motif, are in fact exactly the same, and the work should be taken down. That seems somewhat inconsistent to me.Actually, I’ve said Sorry, Twice. I’ve never asked for his file to be taken down only for a second opinion, a dialogue with Envato. Had I known this would’ve ended in immediate takedown of the file without further discussion I wouldn’t have done it.
And comparing this idea to 3D Logos, IPhone, Lower thirds, News or Clouds footage – really???
So it just happeneds the he made the same mistake as me and left the main actor’s head to get chopped by the black key. It’s the new trend now ha? slacking with the placeholders’ alignment?
Just as you happen to decide on using the black keys as masks, coincidentally.
Just as in all the years of this marketplace(and maybe at all?) 0 projects used piano keys in that sense until the same month. That too, coincidentally.
There’s all these coincidences that made me wonder, and still do.
Sorry for getting your file disabled, maybe you didn’t copy, maybe you happen to just see my project and pulled out that old c4d experiment from october (same one you uploaded to youtube not even mentioning that its going to be used as a template) , maybe you did copy. It doesn’t really matter, fact is, it sucks getting your work rejected and it was never my intention. Sorry.
The people active in this thread do not need “Self Promotion” and certainly aren’t trying to show how awesome they are by saying bad things about Audiojungle.
As Tim said, we’re on the same team and without Audiojungle there would be no sales NOR inspiration for me.
Truth is, (and its been said before) – there’s no fairness in this Audiojungle – Videohive exchange.
We can use Audio on Videohive but they can’t use Video on Audiojungle and as long as it’s this way, there’s going to be more demand from Audiojungle towards Videohive to collaborate. They’re 1 sense shorter than us in selling their items. If its really annoying, maybe we could put some request out for a fairer game ?
Imagine a situation where Audiojungle would be able to use our videos to sell their music and show how great it works. While we would have to sell our Videos on MUTE while pointing to Audio tracks on audiojungle that use our videos (After, we’ve begged them to use OUR video for their great track, that is)
DsignProductions saidActually it’s the other way around, although you definitely seem to be living it your way. There’s no need to apologize for missing a point as valuable as this. Perhaps its me who should apologize for not copy pasting this a post earlier. from Urban Dictionary
If not, blame the players, not the game.
don’t dislike someone for their actions, consider instead the situation that causes it. first use: Ice T: “Hate the Playa” origin: (?) Ghandi Quote: “Hate the sin and love the sinner.” another use of Don’t Hate The Playa/Playette Hate The Game, from Ice T’s “Hate the Playa” “I don’t know why a player wanna hate T I didn’t choose the game, the game chose me”
Unfortunately, they meant to say that whatever you do – this project is rejected indefinitely (forever) from this marketplace. Make something new, its a good practice to get rejected (every now and then) – it either teaches you to get up and keep going or it makes you realize you’re not made for this stuff.