Lately I’ve just been manually using price as a filter, eg only looking at video previews for ones > $15 and/or ones by authors I know are excellent, when I visit this page daily, at http://videohive.net/category/project-files
I don’t think price should be a paragon to choose a file.
For example, Logo stings because of their duration, or because no video footages are used in these projects, they get priced for under $15, but still can be quite amazing files.
I think Price & quality are indipendent in many files categories.
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When someone changes user name, does the links to the old name, redirect to the new one? (and the reference codes too!) Does anybody now?
I think for project files it is not needed at all. After effects even when it uses footages, it keeps the original frame rate of the clip. Setting fps or the “N/A” (not available) option, I’m afraid could make some ignorent clients have second thoughts on purchasing.
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