Rickyloca saidI think screenshots of something will not be useful for anything except just making sure ourselves that our brain memory is working correctly
Screenshot it before it’s too late! I did ! Apologies people, sometimes I should keep my mouth shut and keep my thoughts just for me! =P
we still have some neurons in our brain to know that this website was/is commission based.
rues forbid us to post links to videohive competitors. You can use google to find them but in general the best price vs quality is found on videohive.
Didn’t tried the new version but should be possible to save to CC from CC 2014.
Software language is not important if you don’t have expressions in your project, but if you have expression then you need to run this script: http://aescripts.com/expressionuniversalizer/ to prevent compatibility problems. Running this script before uploading the project is recommended by videohive and will save you a lot of headaches in the future.
Videohive doesn’t support the latest version of After Effect as soon as they show up on market, it may take months. Designing for latest version is not a good idea if you are not using features that are present only in the recent version. Not everyone have the latest version. One of my recent project uses light features introduced in CS 5.5. I was contacted and asked if I can provide a version for CS5 but unfortunately this is not possible. So people still use versions from yeas ago.
on that particular photo no.
On the right, under the “Taken on May 16, 2009” text is the license information. It takes you to a page:https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/
where is clearly stated that:
NonCommercial — You may not use the material for commercial purposes.
what we are doing here is commercial work (you sell stuff) and your item preview is used to sell stuff (commercial use)
I’ve had this issue for months. I signed up for a trial 6-7 months ago-ish, and I didn’t really find it useful so I let it go. Ever since I’ve been getting emails that either show someone else’s statistics, or show no data at all. Though this is my old email so I have pretty much forgotten about it.
oh, just great
And I was expecting them to answer my request.
I don’t think google check the apps on their marketplace. Imagine the volume of work of verifying each app when is first uploaded on their store and each time the app is updated (quite a lot of updates for each app from my experience of using Android)
Practically they don’t do it. and then you get examples like this: http://blogs.mcafee.com/consumer/android-flashlight-app-steals-data
In my opinion downloading each time the entire app was not chosen as a security issue.