Scottwills, I understand the process and am glad for the new 60 second watermark. I was responding to Mihai_Sorohan’s comment about where the watermark sounds best. I had done something similar and warped the speed of the watermark track to match some stuff I created. I don’t waste my time with that anymore. I am happy to follow the rules – and it should be even easier now. I am pleased with audio jungle as a great place to showcase some music.
Totally understand, no problem! That’s a great AJ portfolio you have.
I have had content refused because I had the watermark tempo changed or it wasn’t exactly 10 seconds between each watermark. I guess it depends on who is doing the reviewing.
Hey wizardfx! Reviewers have every right to reject any uploads that use a watermark that (a) has been drastically changed so much that it destroys the branding of the watermark and (b) does not appear at least once every 10 seconds. Sure, we may give you an extra second here and there, but if the watermark is particularly infrequent, the file may get rejected. It’s important for both authors and AudioJungle that no-one steals all or part of the audio. I hope you understand why we take the watermarking procedure pretty seriously.
Hey guys, We’re releasing new AudioJungle watermarks today. So instead of saying “Envato”, they now say “AudioJungle”. Kinda makes sense, huh? Please download and start using the new watermark with immediate effect:
We have also included a 60 second version that you can drag and drop into your DAW to make watermarking a little easier.
IMPORTANT : Any audio already uploaded into the queue with the “Envato” watermark will be accepted. We will however begin rejecting any new submissions using the old “Envato” watermark as soon as all current items in the queue are processed. So please start using the new “AudioJungle” watermark with immediate effect. Many thanks!
Hey Firsh, Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org about that, you should not be getting that error. Copy and paste the error message you posted above and also let them know what Flash Player version you have installed, the operating system you are using and what browser (and the version) you are using. In the meantime, if you’d like to make sure your version of Flash Player is up to date, try that first (http://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/downloads.html), and then try using a different browser (Firefox and/or Safari) to see if the player works okay there. Good luck!
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