Someone spends 100+ hours on a top quality video template and someone jist goes to the river and film it with a camera. Which will take only about 5 minute to film it. Both shares the same homepage. Fair? I dont think so.
I think your post is not really fair
There are many stock footage clips here that require much more work, planning, people, time and budget than your generalized example of a 5 minute shoot.
It is always restricted to 4, if you want to link to more you have to do it with html in the profile text.
I’d always encourage you to keep an organized project file. This is not a reason to prerender it, just tidy it up.
PS: I see you are running After Effects in German. If you are using expressions, make sure you write them in universal code or people with AE in another language might have problems. Google for “AE universal expressions” to find out more about this.
Hi, yes that is allowed, it is called “prerenders” around here. As long as the parts that need to be changed (for example the text of a lower third) remains editable, this is along the lines. Make sure you render it in a codec that is allowed as assets (Quicktime PNG Alpha is one of those)
Prerenders from inside after effects should only be necessary when you use plugins that the end user may not have. In every other case I would not prerender the AE-animation. Some users may want to have access to everything, so it is good to provide them this option.
Why exactly do you want to render the lower third?
Kind regards, Tobi
Thanks for sharing, I enjoyed watching it.
160 titles now, still the same price
also is at position 1 of the top sellers this week. Maybe there is a relation…
I don’t really see any sense behind the initial question and I’d say that is why the responses are so little.
Authors are creating items to make money. I’d say the most important value of a marketplace to them is the amount they can earn with it. If that amount is now only a part of a bigger amount or the whole price the customer paid is not as important as the final figure on your bank account.
So, is a marketplace with 100% commission interesting for authors? Yes, if there are buyers and if it is possible to earn a reasonable amount of money with the work put into that marketplace.
Getting 100% of $0 is however always worse than getting only 50% of $100.
So I don’t know what kind of answers you did expect when you created this thread. But the commission percentage is irrelevant when the marketplace is not generating enough value to be considered as a serious alternative to begin with.
However, it might be assumable that prices on a 100% commission marketplace can be set lower than on the concurring websites as the fees for the marketplaces are not existent, therefor trying to get an economic advantage in price dumping which has been one of the reasons why envato has succeeded in the last years (they were super-cheap).
But all of that is not important if the sales are not there.
the main question is why you need two text layers behind each other. If you describe what you want to achieve people can help you for sure.
Kosmos raises a good point with using expressions to turn off the lower layer.
Hi, you can change the Quality of the text layers to “draft”, that disables antialiasing and should get rid of the edge-problem.Here is a screenshot of the quality switch found via google: http://www.kickerlight.com/tutorial_images/rep-quality-switch.jpg
edit/ with disabling antialiasing you lose a lot of quality, though.