I suggested a while ago that they should implement at least the option for authors to manually upload different resolutions of the same footage, but offer them under the same item page… But my suggestion disappeared without notice, I guess
Exactly, I wouldn’t have any problem in manually providing different resolutions for the same video item.
With more and more footage coming onto videohive, it’s soon going to look messy seeing duplicates everywhere, simply for resolution differentiation… If anyone from staff can answer on this, it would be cool.
I don’t understand why videohive still doesn’t have a system like photodune or any other major stock market, with various resolutions in the same item page.
The current method of two separate items/resolutions of the same video doesn’t make much sense, but it makes even less sense when you realize all was needed was to copy the photodune system… here’s hoping!
+1 … but to ensure variety, I’d prefer that column list to be a “Top New Items” of that particular category, otherwise it will probably look a bit like a duplicate of the main list.
Cool stuff all around. I have a suggestion for the Waveform Audio Player that I think would save a lot of time: have a “Download Preview” button appear on each search result, and give that download file a useful and relevant filename such as “[author]-[title]” instead of “preview.mp3”.
This would streamline immensely the process of downloading a number of preview tracks, to see how they fit with other media.
Because right now, if I’m looking at the search results and there are 20 tracks that I’d like to hear together with a video (to find which one fits best), I have to open 20 item pages and click the download button on each one, and then rename each one to insert author and title to differentiate them. Far from ideal, right?
Hello, there seems to be a bug in the “Number of Clips” field. I just edited a bunch of packs of items (simply added a new image on the description) and after clicking Save, the “Number of Clips” field reset to to “1” on many of them. This has happened before, but I wasn’t sure if it was my error. I suggest anyone who has packs of clips to check if that field is OK.
Hello, thanks for reporting the issue. As I have been unable to replicate could you provide me with the URL you are seeing this on and the web browser you are using.
This is happening to me too… I was almost sure a while ago this was also happening on IE and Chrome, but now it only happens on Firefox. Just go to any Popular Items page on Firefox and that will happen. Also seems to affect Profile pages: I have two 306px wide images side by side, and the second one will move down… this didn’t happen before the background color update. It also only happens on Firefox. EDIT: this last behavior of the image moving down actually happens on Firefox and IE, Chrome is fine…
Damn, mine didn’t even make the highlights list… Guess no one at envato likes espressos to start a rainy day
I kid, congrats to the winners, it was fun creating a cinematograph!
aron66 saidEh, this just reminded me of a thread from… apparently, a year ago… time flies: http://videohive.net/forums/thread/can-upload-the-preview-video-in-fullhd-1920x1080/110216?page=2&message_id=900231#900231
I upload full hd previews since march. Didnt got rejected for that.
I don’t remember seeing other stock footage marketplaces with bigger preview videos than videohive… but they do seem to have a higher bit-rate encoding which gives a better looking image. One of these other marketplaces has a “View Full Frame Still” which is a good way to judge image quality, on stock footage at least.