Creattive saidI mean the Weekly Features, Featured Author and Free File of the Month are already ALL about templates,
For stock footage files, not a price increase is needed most, but an own marketplace.
You say it, wouldn’t it be nice not to mix item’s that are not really related?
I’m not saying it needs an own marketplace because it bothers me to have them here, but because they deserve an own marketplace.
An own marketplace for stock footage, where all the good shots get their exposure as weekly feature or free file of the month, an according pricing plan is made, licenses fit better, site structure is well better organized by genres right at the top bar like at photodune, where you don’t have to share the little browser window with other files and where people can go to when they actually are looking for stock.
Please tell me if I’m wrong, but afaik is videohive – when you are selling stock footage – not a good (exclusive) selling point, compared to other sites at the market. For templates it is.
On the official thread Lance answered: “I’ll definitely put footage and motion graphics high up on my priority list for a reevaluation.”
So look forward for this reevaluation hapend some day!
And guys please let’s not compare apples with bees. AE projects and stock footage/motion graphics are all for video needs and good neithbours for one Videohive marketplace but they are different to compare their prices.
Best Regards, Andrey
There is a similar example here in the Envato ecosystem: GraphicRiver VS PhotoDune. PhotoDune accepts only jpg files (of both photos and computer-generated graphics/images) and that’s it, while GraphicRiver accepts mostly the source files for further editing.
So, who’s up for the FootageLake?
I’ve opened a new thread for that topic: http://videohive.net/forums/thread/new-marketplace-for-stock-footage/102750