Zero dominator error usually fixes after a quicktime re-installation
I am a college student who works with our local community station. I produce a weekly newscast. If I were to buy an after effects template, do I have to purchase it for each newscast? What qualifies as a single end use? Thanks guys!
If you’re going to render a different version of the template in every newscast I believe you will need a new license each time. If you’re using the same Intro (one render) in all your episodes, then I think a single license does the job…
iMovie cannot open “After Effects” projects. So the only category you can shop from Videohive is from “stock footage” and “motion graphics”. Also, keep in mind that it does not even recognize alpha channel, so you can only import and use the video part from the motion graphics files…
You could try downloading the trial version of After Effects and edit your template:
Don’t worry Okanak! It will be solved soon. Check this thread: http://videohive.net/forums/thread/payment-processing-for-september-15-2014/142356
Yes, it’s an increase at a geometric rate! Good news is that quality (especially in After Effects templates) is also in an exponential growth!
I don’t think they ever removed effects, they sometimes just replaced them while keeping the compatibility
Well, there are cases they removed effects, like the FreeForm plugin included with After Effects CS5 but never got to be included in CS6 or above… Fortunately that’s not the case for CC (cycore effects)
Also, Live Photoshop 3d never made it to CS6, making many CS5 projects non compatible with newer versions…
Broadcast uses should have a different license from those given for Youtube or blogs. That’s the most essential need for Videohive. Given the new licenses model in Audiojungle, it’s a nice opportunity to open this dialogue for Videohive too.