looks like I will go with 3840×2160
I had the similar dilemma when I wanted to create first time-lapse in 4k. I finally settled to 3840×2160 because I couldn’t get above 4000pixels due to the camera limitations. After obtaining a better camera, I started creating in 4096×2304 – it is still 16:9, and it can be scaled down if needed.
I had the feeling that they will win it, after I saw them in their first game. Congratulations!
One word version: awesome!
Three words version: I can’t wait!
I agree with you on that – both rules/guidelines as well as upload form should be made more clear. Until now, I was convinced that the system automatically rejects submissions with main file larger than 1gb.
They tried to improve upload form a few months ago, but they only made it worse imho (thankfully the changes were not launched officially).
I suggest you to abandon your efforts, because the last time I asked (a few months ago), it was still not allowed to upload already approved files as part of a pack. It is confusing for us who come here from AudioJungle, because AudioJungle allows (and encourages) that, while VideoHive forbids.
Some people still do it, however – whether unknowingly or on purpose – and reviewers can’t control things like that, so something slips through occasionally…
If you ask me – it would be better to have shopping cart and some kind of system for discounts, rather than forcing authors to clutter their portfolios with packs.
I’d like to be able to buy some shirts. I won one a while ago and it’s awesome, but since then I lost weight and now it’s big for me to wear :/
Wow, this is great!
Any chance you could also include cropping of images? It’ll be of great help for the process of creating thumbnails for the upload process at VideoHive.