I am looking for a laptop to buy, mainly so that I can “move around” and still be able to edit/upload stock footage. Since most of the laptops I saw have the resolution of 1366×768 pixels, and I mostly upload 1080p footage, I was wondering this: is this going to be a problem for me? I mean, if fullHD footage is scaled down to the 1366×768 display, is the difference going to be too big (ie. footage looking better than it is, hence the possibility of me not noticing poor quality shots?). Or should I invest more money and buy a 1080p screen laptop. (Oh, and btw, we’re talking about 15.6”, so it’s another parameter in the “equation” ) ... or am I over-thinking this?
What are your opinions on this, dear VH gurus?
p.s. I hope I wasn’t too confusing with my question
Is it only me, or is this starting to feel like another forum trolling like the previous episode with the guy who wanted to buy eMvato?
Oh, I should’ve chosen coding instead of audio/video production. My files are way too big for me to upload them to the cloud backup solutions (at least with my upload speed).
I currently use external hard-drives, but I will definitely have to install NAS, as soon as I figure out where to put it in my already-too-crowded apartment
Since when are the tags alphabetically ordered?
I remember that they were put in the order in which author wrote them when uploading the item, but now I see they are alphabetically ordered (at least on codecanyon and themeforest, because on activeden, the tags are not alphabetically ordered, so perhaps this a recent change?)
They were always alphabetically ordered… in the rejection e-mail
Since I’ve got into the “lucky” 50% a few days ago (by reconnecting and gaining a new IP), I open VideoHive a few times a day and browse videos randomly, just to enjoy this new preview feature
I live in Nis and I only found out about the quake a few hours later, when I read news feed However, I was not in my flat on 5th floor – if I were there, I guess I would’ve felt it.
One of my best achievements was when I managed to lose weight, to drop it from 105kg to around 80kg in a few months, and keep it there (more-or-less ). Not only because I lost weight, but because I taught myself that every goal is reachable, if you have a goal, a plan, focus, dedication and patience. The same principles I applied to my work here at envato marketplaces, as well to some other aspects of my life