This is not working. It only takes into account the selected period, but completely ignores filter by marketplace.
Please make it complete.
Great tool! Thank you for creating and sharing with us
Great move, but why there is no “Add to cart” into the Popular week page? Cheers
We’ve got a few areas of the site like Collections and Popular that look the same as the search results but are actually using different (and older) code. We’re working to fix this and as we do we’ll be getting the Add to Cart button across more of the market.Cheers, Luke.
Maybe a bit offtopic question, but does this mean that Portfolio page also might soon finally get some love it deserves? We’ve been asking for a long time now some reasonable and (from our point of view) minor but very useful and helpful features to be added to Portfolio page, however we still don’t see them, even though they exist on other areas of Marketplaces already.
clarecomm saidMaybe it is intended for intentionally blurred / bokeh shots? But, yeah, it’s not a movement type. Just like low-angle is not a motion, but the type of shot, right? Fish eye?
@MarkBrodhuber I can understand Rack Focus as a Movement option. But Soft Focus?
‘Intentionally blurred’? You mean out-of-focus? That opens up a whole new revenue stream for me lol!
Seriously though, if there is ‘Tracking Left’ and ‘Tracking Right’, then why not ‘Pan Left’ and ‘Pan Right’ and the same for dolly shots. And ‘Handheld’ is just a SINGLE word.
And, in my experience, a ‘Follow’ shot tends to get rejected as “its usefulness is very limited”, so maybe that option shouldn’t even be included?
Anyway…just change the category title from ‘Movement’ to ‘Random Stuff’ and many of these problems go awaySo maybe we should all hold fire on updating our portfolios…?
As I said earlier – things like this should be explained somewhere in the knowledgebase, especially because many of the terms have their synonyms and not all of them are fully clear. And it is obvious that, as it is now, it’s a mixed bag of different things. People will get confused more and more.
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.
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
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.
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?
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 :)))