I’m very confused with the whole new pricing for 2K: the horizontal difference between FullHD and 2K is smaller than the length of that videohive logo up there… how can an extra 128 pixels in width give a 3x increase in price? I mean I’m all up for it, but why does a similar file in fullHD stay so cheap comparatively?
+1 But unfortunately it seems this thread will continue to be an author monolog. :/
Isn’t h.265 around the corner? What about VP9 (http://news.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-57584706-93/google-urges-fast-adoption-of-vp9-video-compression/ ) ? ... Either way I agree that a better encoding for preview videos should be accepted if an author wants to do so, at least to get the ball rolling and buyers can feel this is a marketplace of 2013 …
Yup… it’s sad that on videohive, camera footage has a base price of $5, while animation videos start at $4. It just implies that creating computer images is easier and less time consuming than pointing my camera to the sunset clouds outside my window right now and pressing REC.
I don’t mind the banners, it’s just one click to close them.
However, the fact that a banner will reappear if you jump to another marketplace, even if you closed it the first time, is something that needs to be fixed. Closing multiple instances of the same banner is a bit annoying.
Also having this issue. If signed out the portfolio looks OK in grid view on any page. Logged-in however, those gaps appear starting at page 2 of the portfolio.
If you didn’t click download I believe you can get your money back, contact support.
“Adobe has shared with us that Creative Suite 6 will still be available for purchase, but it will not be updated beyond addressing bugs and OS compatibility. There will be no Creative Suite 7. Instead, Adobe is pointing all of its energy towards Creative Cloud, eliminating the familiar retail box in the process.”
Hey jimmyshoe85. Unless the motion graphic item you bought also includes an After Effects project, there isn’t much you can edit. Think of it as camera recorded stock footage… you can add other filters/effects to it as you would to any kind of AE layer. If you want to change the color add a “Photo Filter” or “Hue/Saturation” effect and play with the settings. If what you bought is something like a light leaks overlay, you might have to drop it on a layer over other footage and change its blending/transfer mode to “Add” or “Screen”. Hope that helps.
Capturing footage with h.264… then doing some kind of visual correction with software and rendering again to h.264… then having someone buy that footage for a project that is going to be possibly rendered yet again with h.264… that’s a triple lossy combo and sounds like a messy final output…but it seems neither buyers complain here in videohive nor reviewers see value in the added detail of photoJpeg… so maybe lossy is the way to go? :\
I remember favoring photojpeg to h.264 because h.264 didn’t play well with fast motion, unleashing artifacts everywhere… guess this choice depends of the subject.