I’m not completely sure i understand the question.Yes you can build your project in a way so that it easy for a customer to just drag and drop the audio in there and the timing is correct,but like said…the original file or any parts of it can not be sold with your file.
You are not allowed to re-sell or distribute the audio files.Using them in your preview video is fine,but you can’t include them in the final project file you send to videohive.
The license agreement can be found here: http://www.videocopilot.net/assets/public/misc/License_Agreement.pdf
In my opinion these cross-marketplace promotions are fine.”Shameless self promotions” are usually pretty easy to spot.
cyzer makes a good point though,but if a videohive author with 40 projects and 1 audio file comes in here asking everyone to check out his music..it’s a pretty easy call
Welcome to the hive!
One thing you can do is email authors directly.If there is a specific author whose work catches your eye,you can email them through their profile page.
Asking on the forums is also a good idea and i’m sure you’ll get some replies soon enough
Thanks for this revaxarts , helped out a lot!
Here’s something that has boggeled my mind for some time now,something a bit different.
Elevated by RGBA & TBC :
The whole thing is coded,procedular graphics,no textures used and fitted inside a 4k (4096 bytes) executable file…including the music!
How about moving the “Item was featured” badge to the item itself?
Just want to note that this raise in standards is only for the Motion Graphics section at the moment. I think we’re at a pretty good place in the Project Files an Stock Footage sections, and they won’t be getting raised in the foreseeable future.
Ohh right.Thanks for pointing that out,was a bit too hasty with my reply
Bit scary,but good news…especially when thinking about the future of videohive
Gotta kick it up a notch!