It’s a requirement that every project file has to come with included Help File and we review them to make sure they do. Help files mostly deal with project structure and explain where you can change those things. Most projects are set up in a way that you only need to drop in your logo/footage, edit text end you’re done. However you would still need to have the basic understanding of importing assets, draging/dropping them, rendering the final output etc. If this is your very first time with After Effects you might need to get some basic training to understand the project panel, timeline and other project windows.
I would suggest that you give it a try and in case included help file doesn’t cover some basic software usage aspects then check this free beginners course: http://cgi.tutsplus.com/series/welcome-to-after-effects--ae-28707
Hello guys , I wanted to know if Videohive accepts After effects CC projects ? Thank you !
Not at the moment. It should happen sometime soon. Not sure if there will be any big announcement when that happens, but you can keep an eye on that attribution window on the submission page where software versions are specified. When you see CC in there you will know that the day has come. So far some have mistaken the old AE 7.0 as new CC because CC comes after CS6, but i guess those are guys that hasn’t been around long enough to experience CS4, CS3, AE 7 and older versions.
There is not such thing as hard-rejection and a very hard rejection. There are 3 possible choices – Approve, soft-reject or hard-reject. If file is on the edge one reviewer might see it’s potential and put it on the side of the edge where soft-rejection lies and another reviewer see it on the other side. There are quality standards that reviewers follow, but they are not and can’t be lined out till the smallest detail that applies uniquely to every situation. So some parts are left to personal decision which might differ slightly.
I just read your rejection message and I believe it’s very encouraging and even explains what to do if you want to keep improving this file. So don’t get upset. Work until you’ve made the best you can and give it another try.
Different licenses give you permission for different uses of the same file. Similar to different payment plans for your mobile gives you a different amount of free minutes or texts, but none of them affects the screen size or battery life of your phone.
Read more here: http://videohive.net/licenses
Hi everyone! What happened to sort files? I do not understand the principle on which it works. I can not find my last uploads. Or is it just I have this problem?
It’s really hard to understand your english so i don’t know what is your issue with Photodune, but this might help: http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/122
Isn’t that a downgrade from 35mm to digital projectors? Cinemas in our country always had a standard projector for Ads that they show before the movie and then turn on the actual 35mm projector for the movie. That way, making it cheap for Ads and maintain quality for movies.
Hikari-Pictures saidBad thing is that some still haven’t figured the relation between object proportions and frame size which leads to Full HD projects that looks like 640×360 is their maximum resolution. I’m affraid to see 4K projects that technically has huge resolution, but visually looks big, bulky and low rez.
4k era is knocking to our doors, its time to get good machines for that