Hey guys, take a look to this project:
I dont know, maybe I’m wrong…but it’s pretty similar to this one:
Thank you for bringing this to our attention. I’ve forwarded your concerns to Support team and they will investigate this case. If anyone else already contacted support about this same issue – please post your ticket number here so that i can link them together and support doesn’t have to deal with several tickets regarding the same issue.
Meanwhile i would like to remind you that it’s not a good practice to call out fellow authors publicly with a copyright concerns. The proper way is to contact support and they will carry out the investigation. By doing this publicly you’re risking to accuse innocent author or give the guilty author a chance to clean the mess before an investigation is carried out.
Thank you for bringing those issues to our attention. They will be investigated. However please always remember that proper way of doing this is to contact support. Accusing authors publicly is not a good thing. Sometimes it can help guilty authors to clean up the evidences or give a bad image to innocent authors.
Please do keep informing support about suspicious things that comes to your attention.
Often time it’s not the cheap or expensive equipment that you have, but the way you use it. The subject matter that you choose, how well you plan your shot, composition, light etc. When you create your next stock footage clip don’t shoot something just because you can shoot it. Carefully plan your project. Think of potential uses for the clip, think of potential buyers and think of their potential needs. I know stock footage is a random game and you can never know who will need some really random shot, but if you create targeted shots there is a much higher chance to sell them.
I don’t review stock footage category so take my comment as an author not a reviewer.
what about the fonts like arial, times new roman etc ?
Search for their licenses. Just because something comes for free or bundled with something else doesn’t automatically mean you can do whatever you want with it. Those fonts come with your system under a certain license.
The license seems a bit gray in this matter. You could simply contact font author, explain the situation and see what he thinks. Noone else could give you a better answer because all they can do is read the license and if the license in not clear then you need to further clarify it – hence ask the author.
Is your file 4.5K or at least 3K resolution? Are your assets more than 25min in total length? If no – ask how this guy did it: http://videohive.net/item/from-dust-till-dawn-lightworx-collection-v1/1606765
It is good to know than commissions have been getting better with the time…
It’s been getting a lot better. There were times when you started at 25% and 50% was as high as you could ever go: http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/117