Congratulations! You deserve it, I’m a big fan of your cinematic music!
Recently I thought about retouching my oldest tracks. Then I checked analytics and found that most of my older tracks have 0 pageviews for many months. And I decided that it’s not worth the time and it’s better to spend this time for creation of new tracks.
ToivoMedia saidThis is my music, thank you for finding!
I was just watching this Oxfam video, featuring Bill Nighy. Listen closely to the music at the beginning. Another case of an AJ preview track being used… I expect it’s a mistake in this case. If anyone knows what author made the music, best to let them know anyway. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ghKdH1iJBc&feature=youtu.be
It’s really strange that they have bought an AE template and use watermarked music
I’m satisfied with picasaweb
SonicCube saidYeah the same thoughts. We also had some guys from customer side who got the new tested application first. And if it’s works well for them application moves to all the rest.
What i still don’t understand is, why you do all the testing in the live system ? In the company where i worked, we allways had a mirrored sytem for that and applied all the changes only when it run smoth in the test system. This would save us all a lot of headaches and money
Perhaps Envato does not want to allocate money for testing and discusses the changes with the authors
And again this topic went down without an official response. Too sad!
Thank you, this is really interesting stuff!
Yeah, it was already discussed a few times (even outside the AJ community), but still no result.
I’m sure we must contact devs about this question.