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stormland says

I am interested what is your average time to make and prepare projects for Videohive ,I am asking just to now am I too slow , I don’t have a lot of projects still , but I started like 10 new projects and still not finish them my average time is 2 weeks per project, what is yours?

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bosone says

as a audio author, this is a question also for me. I wonder if it is “harder” to work on audio or video… regarding audio, depending on the inspiration (and on available time!!!) it can take from 2 days to 2 weeks to finish a project, depending on how complex it is. but, at least for audio, the most important thing is inspiration. no matter how much time do you have, but if you are not inspired even a month will not be sufficient to finish a song! :)

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5p1r17 says

From 4-6 hours to 2 weeks…. It depends on how complex project is.

For example, on my last template I spent around 10 hours. Previous one(DarX) – 2 weeks(3-4 hours per day)...

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