Ok, so a project of mine was rejected stating the famous sentence “it did not meet our minimum requirements for quality and/or marketplace policies”
That’s ok with me and it just makes me try to work better.. but then bellow there’s a “Our Review team also provided these comments:” and I was pleased because maybe they could telm me what I am doing wrong…
saddly.. the coment was has it followed:
“Unfortunately your submission An Element Logo isn’t ready for VideoHive and cannot be resubmitted as it did not meet our minimum requirements for quality and/or marketplace policies. In order for submissions to be considered for sale they must be of high aesthetic and technical quality, unique to our library and cannot be in violation of Envato’s policies. Please see our Knowledgebase for more information: http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/List
Our Review team also provided these comments:
Thanks for your submission! - The Envato Marketplaces Team”
I think I don’t have to say nothing more
Same thing happend to me, they said the animation was poor , when all i had was a pack of lens flares that followed a set trajectory to be in sync with the camera movement so it can be blended easily in any video….LMAO, i feel angry cause my project was ok and i followed all the uploading rules and it was FULL HD …
Hi guys !
It happened to me as well, unfortunately, envato market is sooooo crowded, and that is why they are not accepting any project, they are only taking the really really high aesthetic quality projects that have lot of work, creativity, design concepts and complicated compositions that really sell and go along what’s trending in the market. Your project might be very advanced and wonderful, but you have to take into consideration what they really want and need at this time, they know better what the market is craving for, so such replies don’t necessarily mean that your projects are bad or useless, it is just they do not meet their requirements taking into consideration what I stated. You have to keep in mind that out of 10 to 15 projects you send, maybe 1, 2 or 3 maximum will be approved, that if they DO get approved ! So better not to loose too much time selling for Videohive except when you really feel like you’ve done a GREAT PROJECT WHICH IS UNIQUE ! But, to gain time and get use of your rejected projects, you can still try selling them on Pond5, there, you set the price, you have control over your items, there are review processes as here, but approvals are much more likely there. My advice, every project you do, try first selling it to videohive, if rejected, sell it to Pond5. You have to keep in mind that you need to build a portfolio as well, so don’t throw your projects away when rejected by envato team… Envato team are extremely professional people, so they won’t be easy folks !
I hope i have been of good service