Cool competition, here’s mine.
It’s a pretty cool track, I like the vulnerability and atmosphere of it. Obviously it’s a huge improvement on the original. There isn’t much to it though, I feel like it could have a bit of an instrumental and then repeat the “chorus” part again? Would make it overall a more satisfying song to listen to. The mix sounds good to me. No idea really if it would count as indie, I think indie is supposed to have guitars in it though.
Martin try to set the Bitrate Encoding to: VBR, 2 Pass and also you can safely increase the Target Bitrate to something near 8 Mpbs (this will increase the quality)
I guess the black bands are not related to the export settings, maybe the resolution of your media? But I’m not sure…Edit: if you don’t need to work in PAL (720×576) you can use a “Square Pixel” resolution (eg. 1920×1080 Full HD)... PAL pixels are not squares but rectangles so it’s a bit tricky and maybe the reason of the black bands
Thanks, that’s really helpful! I’ll try those settings. Good point about PAL, I don’t need to use that so I’ll use something that’ll work better for youtube.
Hi guys, I’m hoping for some help with exporting videos from premiere for youtube. I’m doing videos mostly just with still images, and the problem is that you get a horizontal banding or pixelation effect on the exports. I guess this is something that can be fixed with the right settings. Here are my export settings:
This shows the problem, you can see how the diagonal lines look bad -
Also if there’s a better resolution to get rid of the black bands, let me know.
I guess these are really rooky issues. Thanks guys!
My experience of deviant art is that you get a lot of click throughs but very few sales. I think the audience there is generally young people or not creative professionals, so not really good buyer material. I do have quite a big presence on there with photos and other stuff, but I would guess I only had a few sales from there. That’s just my experience, it may vary depending on what kind of items you have and how good they are.
So this music company (I know who they are) are hired to compose bespoke music by the video game makers…they then come along to AudioJungle, pick up cheaply priced music, call it their own, get credited as composer and to top it all, probably get paid bespoke prices!! How often does this happen I’d like to know?
There should be clear rules about crediting work from stock sites like AJ. I wonder what are the rules for crediting music from AJ?
Only authors have the contact form on their profile, so that’s normal. When you contact a user it goes to the email address that their account is registered with, so it sounds like the problem is with their email address.
The truck and the digger have too many small details for logos. Logos need to look clean and clear at a small size.