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AndrVlad says

Hi VideoHive brothers and sisters,

I have stock footage portfolio here and now thinking to submit into motion graphics category my first item but have a question.

Do I have correct understanding that If I combine several camera shots overlayed (actually up to 9 simultanious shots will be overlayed and mixed together) into one resulted Quicktime MOV it has to be submitted into motion graphic category?

Or since source shots are videos and no animation, simulation, graphics applied (only simple masks, keying, overlaying of source videos) it will be the stock footage still?

What do you think? Sorry for abstract questions (with not much details).

Thank you!

Best Regards, Andrey

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rover5 says

Very good question. I`m interested in the answer too.

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cloud9communication says

i guess you need to upload it on footage category as you are just treating the footage to look better

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felt_tips Moderator says

Hi VideoHive brothers and sisters,

I have stock footage portfolio here and now thinking to submit into motion graphics category my first item but have a question.

Do I have correct understanding that If I combine several camera shots overlayed (actually up to 9 simultanious shots will be overlayed and mixed together) into one resulted Quicktime MOV it has to be submitted into motion graphic category?

Or since source shots are videos and no animation, simulation, graphics applied (only simple masks, keying, overlaying of source videos) it will be the stock footage still?

What do you think? Sorry for abstract questions (with not much details).

Thank you!

Best Regards, Andrey

I’d say motion graphics. It’s not so much how it was created as the intention of the shot – how you see it being used. Ask yourself the question: If you were looking for the thing that you’ve made, where would you look first?

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AndrVlad says

Gentlemen, thank you very much for your answers!
Submitted into Motion Graphics then.

Best Regards, Andrey

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