@Cubell: I totally agree with every point you made in your post.
Just to add: I joined a little more than 5 years ago, and from then it never stated anywhere that authors are paying anything to Envato. Not to mention that the percentages you mention (for buyer’s fee and author’s fee) were only introduced recently. This whole situation – pardon me for the wording – stinks! A lot!
If you need any of the stock footage from my portfolio, feel free to use it I am sure you’ll be able to find footage which is appropriate for many types of ‘emotions’ and purposes
I am not sure about the exact time-frame. But I agree with you, it would be good to have that information. Maybe we can get response from somebody from the staff? I marked your previous post for staff to reply, let’s hope they’ll respond
Hi. Yes, upload form has changed indeed (a new field has been added). But that shouldn’t have caused your files to be missing.
What might’ve happened is that a few days passed after you uploaded files and the servers automatically deleted them, because they’re set up to do so. No matter how you upload your files (via browser or via ftp), they will be deleted after few days if you don’t submit them for review.
Cool, I’ll check it out
The title says it all… Do you use/know of any Chrome extension (or even desktop app for Windows OS) which can be used to paste preset short text via certain keyboard shortcut (not ctrl+v, but some other)?
I’ve found a nice desktop app, but it does a lot of other things with clipboard which I don’t need, so I thought there’s maybe something simpler and lighter.
I am a laic for this type of projects, but one thing I noticed: is it only for the 2015, or can “5” be easily changed by buyer? It would be silly to have this project here if it’s only usable for the next month or so…
Protest saidbuyers find other items faster with search
Care to share why do you think it’s a good idea?
Does Google say: let’s delete websites older than 3-4-5 years? No, instead they work on refining their search engine and providing better results… The same should be applied here as well; and recently we’re finally seeing some progress in that area of marketplaces
This kind of comments rise up every now and then… Usually people think only from the perspective of their particular marketplace, where they sell… While it might be a good idea for some marketplaces, others don’t benefit from it. Especially on AudioJungle, VideoHive, PhotoDune… where lack of sales doesn’t necessarily equal to bad quality, but rather to specific type of applications which don’t suit large number of buyers. For example, I’ve got some files which receive sales only after 2 years or so…