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urbazon
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Sorry, I do not know much English, so in my speech, there may be errors. I rented titelapse (4272 × 2848). In what format is better to sell a video? standard size of 1920×1080 or 4K? Advise the beginner as well? ?

Hi. So far, 1920×1080 sells better because it is more in use and it is much cheaper.

However, you are allowed to upload BOTH versions to VideoHive, so if anybody needs 4k, they can get it, and others can buy 1080p.

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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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