Not to worry, I’ll check on the Cow’s forum.
This thread seems retroactive.
I’ve been looking at MotionIdea’s expression (on the last page) for using a Marker to begin an ‘end’ animation, based on Time Remapping the layer’s pre-comp.
Is there a way of using a Marker to instruct a layer to actually ANIMATE OUT (using its position values) without using Time Remapping or pre-comps?
Time Remapping only helps if nothing moves (in the pre-comp) whilst we wait for the END marker.
So, at the Marker “END” (a Comp Marker would be best) the Layer would move from its current position (value) to a second position (eg. -1920 on ‘x’) over 10 frames, for instance, WITH an Ease Out.
Using a Comp Marker (as opposed to a Layer Marker) would allow multiple layers to act at the same mark but be individually adjustable, in terms of their final position and time taken (ie. 10 frames).
I have searched everywhere for this!
Sales figures are also wrong in this search view. “Simple inspiration Slideshow” shows no sales, but has registered a sale when you go to the item description.
I have a project, 3 pages in, and the sales figures on the search page do not reflect actual sales. This is the same for many projects on the first few pages of “After Effects Project Files”.
It’s as if the system stopped working at some point – probably around the time they introduced the new sidebar.
Yay, common sense prevails!
Pretty sure re-use of videos/video templates in a series is recognised as a single use.
Correct me if I’m wrong, staff.
From official Envato License FAQ (August 2014)
What is a single application?
A single application means one unique end product (which can be copied and made available to end users of that product). The end product depends on the nature of the item – for an item like a logo template, the end product is the final, unique logo, which can be used in unlimited ways. The next few FAQs explain some situations where we consider a series of related uses to be a single application.
Example: A website theme can only be customised to create one customised website. If you want to create a second website from the same theme, you should purchase another license.
Do I need a separate license each time I use an item in a series?
No. You only need to purchase the item once per series.
What constitutes a series (eg TV series, webisodes, or a magazine with monthly editions)?
To be considered a series, all things in the series (eg episode, edition) must be connected, and be released within 1 year of the first installment. There is also a maximum of 52 episodes or editions within the series.
Example: A 12 episode TV series that starts in December and ends in July would only require a single extended license. A YouTube series that releases an episode every week (52 total) would only need to purchase a regular license once every year. A free magazine that releases an edition every other month would need to purchase a regular license once every year. A paid magazine would need to buy an extended license every year.
I don’t get on with the Magic Mouse, either. I find the gesturing over-sensitive – it often zooms into the screen I’m working on with the slightest wrong movement of a finger too close to the surface.
I use a faithful Apple Mighty Mouse quite often – never had any issues with it other than it’s wired!
There’s an old mac forum here which also suggests Logitech and (dare I say it) Microsoft mice : http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1158878
Surely, had we known about this idea beforehand we would have all made considerable efforts to promote our work!
All very secretive, Envato.
That said, as a non-exclusive, tripling my rate has been most welcome albeit short-lived!