Do contact me through my profile page. I can do it for you
You can ask for collaboration, but you can’t post links to your own items
You can contact me as well. Thanks
I’d say go for the degree of the field that you have passion in I like motion design/video, but I went for Computer Engineering. But now I don’t like the jobs in my field of study. I don’t have interest in it and also the work hours are unbearable. My job is the type of job where I get paid a good salary but the downside is I have to be prepared to work long hours (well, in my country, anyway). I can’t agree with that because I need time to do videos, etc, which is my passion. So, anyway, I’ve chosen not to work in what I studied. Thank God I was offered a job that was related to motion graphics/video and I’m going for it soon
I remember I saw somewhere on the forums about a guy having an item in soft rejection status for over a year or so. Haha. So I think you’re fine
Just communicate with that person and let him pay you through PayPal or something?
I would guess that most people only use a file once (unless it’s a business).
I would imagine that anyone who is working on a project with any degree of professionality is going to want to make sure that any rights/licensing issues are absolutely in order. If I buy a footage file for a client’s job that I’m working on, then if there’s any possibility that the work might be resold in the future, then I need to get an extended licence to cover my bases. That could come back on me.I think for a company, the fact of having your copyrights sorted is much more important than saving $25 here or there. Although it’s unlikely to ever happen, the more high profile the job, the bigger the chances and the more it could end up costing… not just in money, but in bad publicity.
Well, I do believe that most buyers on VH are mostly from small companies or single-person-companies.. Because big companies would have the budget to hire their own freelancer/motion graphics designer.. And small companies usually have a tighter budget (if you know what I mean). And also, smaller companies usually don’t have that big of an audience.
In my opinion, I feel most people just purchase the regular license (templates, motion graphics, etc) and use it over and over again anyhow (just like an extended license), because we don’t know who are our buyers and what they are using it for. They could be using the same template for different things over and over again, even if they only have a regular license, and we won’t be able to find out, especially for those files who have many purchases. I think it would be better just to offer a license with a higher price which allows a few (3~5?) uses or perhaps unlimited use, instead of a one-use regular license.
Besides, I feel that the quality of the files here on VideoHive currently deserve a raise in price