Posts by motionpictors

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  • Pulled off some great moustache to raise money or awareness for Movember Australia
  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
  • Has sold $10,000+ on Envato Market
  • Has been a beta tester for an Envato feature
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motionpictors says

Hey motionpictors! I can totally help you out with this, but it involves discussing some account details so I’ll send you an email and we can sort it out privately. By the way, I can’t find any messages from you in our support system. Keep in mind that Envato Studio has a completely separate support system from Envato Market, so you’ll always get a faster response by contacting us directly from http://studio.envato.com/contact or at studio@envato.com.
Hi blimpage,
Thank you so much for your quick reply. I received your email and gonna reply now!
322 posts
  • Pulled off some great moustache to raise money or awareness for Movember Australia
  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
  • Has sold $10,000+ on Envato Market
  • Has been a beta tester for an Envato feature
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motionpictors says

I have a question about envato studio payments but i didn’t want to make a new thread, hope someone will see this and reply.
Anyway, i have a problem with envato studio payments, everytime i try to log in my payoneer account via the payout details tab it fails, all it did is to make me receive an automated email telling me “Your Envato Studio payout method was updated” but in reality nothing happens, the page on envato studio just gets refreshed nothing more, nothing changes in ‘payments methods tab too.
I’m stuck here without the ability to withdraw my money, i know i ahev to open a support ticket but it takes ages to get a reply from them that’s why i’m trying to get some answer from you guys, thank you in advance!

322 posts
  • Pulled off some great moustache to raise money or awareness for Movember Australia
  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
  • Has sold $10,000+ on Envato Market
  • Has been a beta tester for an Envato feature
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motionpictors says

I don’t know, I’m not at envato studio. But envato have shown in the past that they don’t protect their users against this, so why should they with envato studio?

I mean, their argument was: we don’t get the money either, so you don’t get it, too. Sorry. This is still true for Studio…

Then it makes no sense if they can’t protect authors, why should i give 30% of my earnings to someone for no reason ? even the site still needs a lot of improvements, problems during upload and many other bugs, i still have a payment there but i couldn’t transfer it to my payoneer, every time i try it the page gets refreshed and nothing happens, it’s just like envato are letting people use a website that is still under construction for their businesses. i was thinking about these things all the time but saying envato studio is stll good as long as they will protect me, now after what you said about sales reversals i think it’s pointless to use envato studio in the future.
Edit: sorry for the off-topic x)

322 posts
  • Pulled off some great moustache to raise money or awareness for Movember Australia
  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
  • Has sold $10,000+ on Envato Market
  • Has been a beta tester for an Envato feature
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motionpictors says



Maybe we should send some kind of simple agreement via email and keep that message in case something goes wrong… any suggestions?
I think Envato Studio is a good option, the payment are taken up front by envato from the client, once both the client and provider confirm that the job is done envato will transfer the payment to the provider. the sad part that makes some people prefer to work directly with clients and not via Envato Studio is the 30% fee envato charges providers for every single job. i like the idea behind ES but 30% is a little bit high.

I guess just as envato market, envato studio would give you a sale reversal (or job reversal) if a payment is disputed.

So they don’t give you any more security, they just cost you a fortune.

Oops … I didn’t know sales reversals are known around Envato Studio!

322 posts
  • Pulled off some great moustache to raise money or awareness for Movember Australia
  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
  • Has sold $10,000+ on Envato Market
  • Has been a beta tester for an Envato feature
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motionpictors says

Maybe we should send some kind of simple agreement via email and keep that message in case something goes wrong… any suggestions?

I think Envato Studio is a good option, the payment are taken up front by envato from the client, once both the client and provider confirm that the job is done envato will transfer the payment to the provider. the sad part that makes some people prefer to work directly with clients and not via Envato Studio is the 30% fee envato charges providers for every single job. i like the idea behind ES but 30% is a little bit high.

322 posts
  • Pulled off some great moustache to raise money or awareness for Movember Australia
  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
  • Has sold $10,000+ on Envato Market
  • Has been a beta tester for an Envato feature
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motionpictors says

Grabs popcorn XD

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  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
  • Has sold $10,000+ on Envato Market
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motionpictors says

Hi Everyone!
Anyone having this problem ? it doesn’t let me change badges order.
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  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
  • Has sold $10,000+ on Envato Market
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motionpictors says
Hi, Xeons are from Intel, those are the server and workstation CPUs. They are called Xeon for several years so don’t assume having a Xeon must be a highend processor, it could be ten years old and really slow. Always look at the cpu name, for example Xeon X5680 or Xeon E5-2687w.

Likewise, the HP Z600 is a workstation that comes with many different specs. It can have 1 Quad Core Xeon with 2Ghz or 2×6 Core Xeons with 3Ghz. It already got replaced by the new lineup of HP workstations, HP Z620 (and HP Z420 and HP Z820 etc)

I always look at this website to get a quick first impression of a CPU. https://www.cpubenchmark.net/ Then I google for Benchmarks in areas I’m interested in, for example the Cinebench score.
Thank you so much Creattive for your reply, that makes sense, the specs of HP 600 i’m talking about are below. i’ll check that website for more information. thank you again!
  • Processor :Biproc Xeon E5540 quadricore 16 cores, 16mo in cache 2,53ghz turbo boost 2.8ghz;
  • RAM : 32Gb DDR3 ECC.
  • Graphic Card : Nvidea GTX 670
322 posts
  • Pulled off some great moustache to raise money or awareness for Movember Australia
  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
  • Has sold $10,000+ on Envato Market
  • Has been a beta tester for an Envato feature
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motionpictors says





You can go with AMD Fx series, this have multiple core which is good for rendering and the price is lower than intel core i series.
Never go with AMD.

+1000

They might have more cores but the performance is what counts, not the number of cores. And After Effects does work a lot better with Intel.
What about Xeon, something like HP Z600, it has more cores too, is it the same as AMD or better, any advice on this ?
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We all know Google, we still need reviews and advice from people, sharing their thoughts with other is always helpful, this is one of the reasons why forums were invented.
322 posts
  • Pulled off some great moustache to raise money or awareness for Movember Australia
  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
  • Has sold $10,000+ on Envato Market
  • Has been a beta tester for an Envato feature
+5 more
motionpictors says



You can go with AMD Fx series, this have multiple core which is good for rendering and the price is lower than intel core i series.
Never go with AMD.

+1000

They might have more cores but the performance is what counts, not the number of cores. And After Effects does work a lot better with Intel.
What about Xeon, something like HP Z600, it has more cores too, is it the same as AMD or better, any advice on this ?
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