Hey guys, right now on frontpage is a file that pretty obviously has prerenders of Element 3D included.
I wonder what is the right behaviour now, the author did not state that it is E3D but just by looking at it I’m 99% sure (and another author who contacted me about this, too). And anyone who knows the plugin would recognize that too, I guess.
Nothing you can do about it?
If you feel there’s an issue, you can always notify support to have the review team look into it.
But how can you be certain what you’re looking at are E3D pre-renders, unless you’ve purchased the file?
Might want to be careful and be sure of your claims before making blind accusations.
Please, how in the world you can know it has element 3d pre-renders, I’m really curious.
I don’t want to make false assumptions here, I cannot prove it and neither can anyone else. I’ve contacted the author in private and he told me it’s done with C4D so everything should be fine You can close this thread I guess. I flagged my first post.
I’m just curious. We know it’s forbidden but just by looking at a prerender there is no proof that it’s E3D, so how did you want to handle such a case in the first place? Or is it more like a ethical guideline than a rule?
The reason I thought it is E3D is because it looks exactly like it’s done with the Animation Engine from Element. I’m not the only one who seemed to be curious about it (as I said I was contacted by another author).
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