The buffering is painfully slow right now. That can’t be helping any of us
I think it has to do with how easy it is to directly copy a work instead of expanding upon an idea. They look at it as a much easier, and likely way to make money. I’ll quote the psychologist and author Alfie Kohn on this issue:
|| Kohn reports that at least 10 studies show rewards work best on simplistic and predictable tasks. However, what about more creative ones? In research on preschoolers (working for toys), older children (working for grades) and adults (working for money), they all avoided challenging tasks. The bigger the reward(money), the easier the task that is chosen; while without rewards, human beings are more likely to accept a challenge.
January is going okay, not great like December.
It didn’t help that I just bought 3 Wordpress themes either
I had a very good October that continued into the first two weeks of November. The last 7 days or so have been pretty poor. With a holiday week coming up in the U.S. it will probably stay that way.
That looks pretty solid.
The only thing I would add is an SSD for your main drive to run windows and your main programs. Then you can use the 1tb drive as your main storage. An SSD is night and day from a regular hard drive. Also if you can squeeze 16gb more RAM in there for a total of 32gb that would be noticeable too especially when working on complex scenes.
That may put you a little over the $700 but I would say it is worth it.
Maybe it will be fully compatible with Element in 3D space?
August is looking about the same as July – terrible. Looks like I’m not going to have much fun money this month either.
Yeah.. if Videohive is losing sales, then the search facilities have to be the number one culprit. These are far behind some other sites, and considering the amount of content that Videohive has, are …. how can I put this politely…. less than optimal.
Part of the problem with the search engine is that it only reacts to key words. The search engine in its current state can only be as good as the 15 key words that are entered (and the title / description, I guess). How do you describe an aesthetic, genre and possible uses in 15 key words?
So more key words would be very useful. I think that limiting to 15 is daft and probably driven by the paranoid fear that people will start key word stuffing. Sure, you want to drive maximum sales to your files, but you also want people to know the content / style and that needs more than 15 keywords. 50 would be a good start.
Another very useful thing to be able to search on would be the genre of music used. Genres of music are much better understood and have much more standard names than do genres of motion graphics. If I were looking for something youthful for a club, I might for instance search on “electro” in the music genre. A drop down list with music genre (picking up the categories from Audio Jungle) might be very useful.
I also think the categories cause much confusion to both authors and buyers. They were designed at a time when Videohive had but a handful of files on it, and haven’t changed since. I think that Videohive should design completely new categories, based on the files that exist and on consultation with authors. These categories could be illustrated with several images, so you know the kind of thing you might be getting, aesthetically speaking.
Finally, it might be useful to have the videos analysed by predominant color. (or have a drop down for this).
But for heaven’s sake… get video rollovers finally! (and ones that actually do something useful like show a selected highlight of the video)OK. Rant over.
Pretty much this, until we get a better search engine then the problem will continue to compound on itself. The iStock one is a perfect example of what we need for customers to narrow their search results progressively. That plus video rollovers would go a long way to helping people find what they need. I was doing a little testing where I took the role of a customer coming here and looking for a file. It came back with 213 search results and I had no way to narrow it further. That is as Felt says is, ‘less than optimal.’