Toy Story 3, Madagascar and Kung Fu Panda images are abused, for sure, on TF
Just noticed, I wrote completelt instead of completely 99% of the times in my emails
Awesome thumbs-up avatar is awesome!
ngiht, wodrpress, etc… here
I see your point, and it does sound good. But, with all due respect to Envato, piracy will always exist. Don’t you think EA, Adobe, Autodesk, Microsoft, Apple and a gazillion of other firms don’t beat their head up thinking about a solution? – and yet they do not find it. These huge firms have much more resources, money and workers than Envato, and they still get pirated. That’s just the way it is.
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No. You pretty much ask to make the entire process more complicated for real buyers, while the bad guys will still get the files without a problem from satan.
I don’t think we’ve any pro code breaking buyers in here. Anyway, you’re right. It’s more complicated. We’ll have to live with piracy.
Piracy… our main issue being authors. I was digging the forums and found some really insightful solutions to the problem. I tried to throw in my ideas and here’s what I’ve come up with:
Let Envato make an app for all major platforms which allows the buyers to download the files they’ve purchased. More like how we’re redirected to open the iTunes app from the main site to purchase any item. A list of files purchased by the user is displayed after he/she inputs his or her username and API key. To download any item, the user is made to enter its purchase code. All the files can only be opened via the app. In any case, the app feels like the item is counterfeit, it can ask for the API key.
I know this is not a complete solution. But, I think it has the potential to control piracy. Thanks to dtbaker for the idea!
Okay, so, I’m doing a project based on location. For that, I need a really huge map (preferably, Google Maps) about 3000×2000px. I tried searching around, but didn’t find any
I only need it for the mockups. Anyone?
Thanks in advance! - Haziq