Same here, like 15 or 20 followers at the same moment! Maybe a bug, the follower counter was acting strange in the last days..
Love it! It’s very strange to see it different after all these years but still, great. Thanks for the notice!
You can try with File -> Script -> Scale Composition but I hardly doubt it’ll make all the work for you..
I believe Video Co pilot have reneged on their promise, but heh that is my opinion. A gripe, a moan, yes but not a demand.
Maybe look at it like this: If v2 was free for existing customers, it wouldn’t exist, as E3D was succesful on it’s own already and why bother adding more features nobody pays for.
So you either have the chance to pay for many new, good features, or have no update at all.
In both cases, you get nothing for free, but only in one you have the chance to get more for some money.Maybe they should have called it a brand new program, “Atom”, and people can buy Element 3d v1 or Atom. Would have the same effect.
I totally agree with Creattive,
Nobody can’t update a piece of software forever, i mean, he’s running a business. Element 3D has become a rock-solid piece of software and it works just great as is. Element 3D v2 seems like a totally new plugin, written from the ground up. I’m ok with buying it. I can’t wait to test it out!
They always make amazing videos!! Thanks for sharing Mat!
I know Envato can and will make exeptions on the 1gb limit if the item is outstanding. I also agree that this kind of items should break the 52$ mark
Gif can be used on the web with no problem, but it all comes down to the developer’s workflow. You should ask him if he’s ok with using animated gif in my opinion
As far as I know, you can convert an after effects png sequence to an animated gif with the help of Photoshop. That should work for the web.