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urbazon
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Hey Mark. Thanks for the explanations. It helps a lot. And, yeah, it makes sense what you say about Steadicam vs stabilized – I didn’t think about it that way.

Anyway, with that being cleared, I think I can start going through the portfolio… See you guys again in few weeks, if I survive :D

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I think the same, but because we both are not 100% sure – and I imagine we’re not alone in this – there should be at least brief explanations somewhere. :)

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Oh, and also – Steadicam is brand name. I believe you’d want it changed to “stabilized” or something similar…?

Also, “aerial” and “drone” – what is real difference? Isn’t drone actually aerial? :)

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Btw, I might turn out “stupid”, but – can somebody from staff, please, write short explanations for the camera movement options? For some of them I only guess what they mean, but I am not 100% sure. And I should be sure, before I start going through my portfolio :)))

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This is not a new purchase. In fact, I bought it more than year ago. But that said, after that much time I can say for sure that it was one of best investments I ever made: e-book reader, Kobo Glo in particular :)

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These attributes (plus a few more!) have now been added to the Upload page for footage items. See forum post for more details.

@Urbazon – thanks for the suggestion about adding model as an attribute. We haven’t included this in the current release, but as part of a bigger piece of work we will be reviewing how we handle Model Release forms, so this feature may well be incorporated into that.


Great decision, I like that. I was actually thinking about something like this a few days ago. Any chance there will be a way to indicate model, so that buyers who want multiple clips with the same model can browse videos by specific model?

Thanks for your reply, Julian.

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This is great addition, thanks!

However, I have a suggestion… Or, rather, I beg you to implement something like this:

it would be great to have “customized” upload page, with some attributes set to default for each upload, instead of them staying on N/A. For example, all footage I upload is full color, and almost none (like 99%) of it contains source audio. So, it would be of a great help not to click to set these options each time I upload a video – which happens a lot :)

Also, similarly to this – please provide an easy way to automatically update whole portfolio for certain attributes. For example, as I said, all of my footage is full color, and it would be a pain to go through each of 3500+ videos just to select the option “full color”. Can this be automated in any way?

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Insert property address ! I had some of those with no issue whatsoever. Cheers !

Thanks. That’s what I initially thought, but I was confused by the (lack of) explanation under the empty line :)

I guess this topic can now be locked by a mod.

Cheers!

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A friend of mine is an architect, so he did a pretty good job of designing the interior of his own flat. I did a couple of shots and intended to upload footage to VideoHive. However, they were soft-rejected by a reviewer asking for a property release form to be attached.

So, I took a look at the property release form provided by Envato and I don’t understand what exactly to write on the last line, stating “[insert property]”... Can somebody help me? What to write there? Some explanation, like: “Apartment” or “Living room”? Or the address of the property?

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This is indeed a great read, for both senior as well as new authors. Thanks, Adrien!

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