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lucafrancini Envato team says

Hi there guys!

I paste here a question that I asked in the middle of an old thread that didn’t get any answers:

“I’m building the preview of my first logo pack and I’m finding some troubles: I’ve done a track with all my logos one by one; the watermark “audiojungle” must be heard every 10 seconds; so certain logos remains without watermark (because it goes in the last part of the file, where the main sound has gone). How do you manage the creation of the logo pack preview?”

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AlexanderRufire says

Hi!
You should put single watermark on each logo. If logo too short, put it on 2 to cover both. So, you should manage with watermarks manually.

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lucafrancini Envato team says

Ok thanks I’ll do this way;) I just wanted to be sure :)

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ADG3studios Envato team says

Yeah, the watermark every 10 seconds applies to longer tracks. If you have a pack of logos or sounds, a single light mark on each sound is perfectly rational and acceptable. :)

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lucafrancini Envato team says

Thanks ADG3studios ;)

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