It all depends on file size for me. If I can get a similar to smaller file size out of ProRes instead of PhotoJPG then I’ll go ProRes every time.
Here is another one: http://videohive.net/item/internet-search-engine-screen-closeup/6546852
So since the standards for submitting things to videohive is high it seems a little weird that something clearly a stock video being accepted into motion graphics. [Link removed. Please do not call out items on the forums. Thanks! ^TK] I am going to hope that this is a mistake and not actually allowed since some of my motion graphic files are photo realistic and could be considered stock footage.
Would love one, motionloop.com Planning on making GIF’s
Sorry to say but I agree with you guys. Last 3 days have been the worst I’ve seen in literally years.
Usually takes a half year or so for them to start accepting the new version… although it has for sure been over a half year since CC was released(CC was released in June last year).