Hey motionpictors! I can totally help you out with this, but it involves discussing some account details so I’ll send you an email and we can sort it out privately.
By the way, I can’t find any messages from you in our support system. Keep in mind that Envato Studio has a completely separate support system from Envato Market, so you’ll always get a faster response by contacting us directly from http://studio.envato.com/contact or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adioso does something kind of similar – with its “Quick search”, you can type in something like “Melbourne to Sydney between September 1 and September 7 for less than $50” and it’ll interpret that into an actual search query.
And while it’s not a search form, Huffduffer’s signup form uses the kind of sentence layout that you’re talking about.
Hi blimpage, I was able to submit now and I’ve set the website http://www.efekt-studio.com which by default redirects to my videohive profile page. Is that ok?
That should be fine, as long as your profile page clearly showcases some work that’s relevant to your service. If there are any items which are particularly relevant to your service, you could consider linking directly to one of them (or to a collection of a few of them) instead.
I’ll check out your service and get back to you directly about it!
Hey gang, apologies for the lack of Vimeo and YouTube support at the moment. We’ve got that on our list of features to add!
In the meantime if you don’t want to wait through the upload time, you could create a page on your own website which contains embeds of your portfolio videos, and use that page as your Demo URL. Sorry for the extra step, but that’s a workaround if you’re interested!