@3Ddym i have iMac
It’s not so old (iMac 21.5 / Late 2012 / 8gb ram./ Nvidia GT 640) : http://support.apple.com/kb/SP665Original preview (The City Element 3D template) is QT MOV file with size over 2GB and it works perfect, but once is uploaded to Youtube or VH it can’t be played smooth during video playback.
I will try to disable 2nd monitor
Flash and Mac don’t get on so well. I used to have a similar problem on my old Mac laptop. The new one’s fine, although it has other minor issues with playing back Flash. When it comes to playing back Quicktime or most other movie formats it can handle huge dimensions, file sizes and frame rates effortlessly. The old one used to be okay with flvs on the desktop IIRC. It would seem to be something to do with the browser plug-in.
If it’s only you who’s seeing the problem, I wouldn’t worry about it too much.
Okay, I just had to share this…..
Reason for rating: Item Quality
Comment: I used this in one of my videos and the animations are perfect.
How many stars?
Wow… so glad the comment’s there. Now I really understand why this user rated only three stars.
- Perfection = 3 stars.
- Top creations of well-known deities = 4 stars
- 5 stars is reserved for an as yet inconceivable level of quality that may only exist in another dimension
Well anyway, thanks to that buyer for making me laugh.
So, I changed the name of the thread. C’mon …. lets have your maddest ratings. I’m in the mood.
Yep… sometimes people just give a 1 star for no reason (or for a really stupid reason that’s generally their own fault or is solely about their own misunderstanding of what they should be receiving, or their own failure to read the description or their own inability to look at a user guide. They have rarely bothered to get in contact with the author, and on the occasions that I have written to offer my help or a solution after having received a 1 start, the buyer has never written back)
I don’t want to badmouth buyers… most are great, but some are not.
It’s frustrating and there’s not much you can do about it as far as I’m aware, even when the rating is absurdly unfair.
felt_tips saidThanks so much. That really helps. I just bought that and now I can’t edit it! lol…lesson learned
Hi Wade, You should be looking at motion graphics and stock footage files. These are essentially video files, so will work in an editing package like Camtasia.
Try the free 30-day trial. You can use this to edit the Ae file you bought.http://www.adobe.com/products/aftereffects.html
Which videohive file?
There are 4 categories here:
For after effects project files you need after effects.
For cinema 4d templates you need cinema 4d and after effects.
For motion graphics and stock footages, you need any video edit software which can import quicktime mov files.
Camtasia since version 6.0.0 can import mov if you have installed quicktime. – I found that info here.
Quicktime is pretty much the format of choice for professional video post-production. It’s from Apple, but it’s free and works on Mac and PC.
You should be looking at motion graphics and stock footage files. These are essentially video files, so will work in an editing package like Camtasia.
aep files are After Effects project files and require Adobe After Effects to open them. Once you render the file, it’s video and you can import it into Camtasia. But you need After Effects to render it.
You can actually download a 30 day demo of After Effects from Adobe if you want to use the .aep file that you have purchased.