Yup, a lot of PhotoDune (and since recently, even VideoHive) reviewers are from Hungary, as it seems
Thanks for the badge I also got it
However, it is so awesome that when I press the “That’s awesome!” button, it does nothing and popup notification about badge stays there until I cancel it by clicking on the “X” button
(it happened before as well, a few weeks ago when I got some other badge)
Using the latest version of Chrome.
I guess more than this official statement is not available: http://videohive.net/forums/thread/state-of-the-stock-footage-queue/179558
Yeah, I know about that statement, but it’s been a month since that statement has been given.
I guess it would be at least polite to address this once again, even if just to give another generic “we’re working on it” statement, don’t you think?
It’s been many weeks now since the review time is longer than 2 weeks.
Can we get an official statement from somebody from the staff, at least about what is being done to rectify this chaos? I believe we deserve to know if and when the situation will be back to normal, because it influences our workflow(s).
Thanks in advance.
Yup, same. It seems like it has to do something with site outages (see here: http://videohive.net/forums/thread/intermittent-site-outages/183714 )
Be patient, hopefully it will be settled
(P.S. I missed last month’s payout because of my mistake, and now this happens… )
- first reviewer missed something hard-rejection worthy and then the second one saw it and rejected your item,
- second reviewer made a mistake.
Whatever the reason, your best option is to post directly to support. They will forward your ticket to the reviewing team and then they will see whether there was a mistake or if it was justified hard-rejection.
Hope this helps.
Any chance we can get somebody from staff to give us an update of the situation?
I always add a small .txt file as a way to thank the buyer and to provide links for my other portfolios within Envato ecosystem (videohive, audiojungle, photodune, etc…).
When there are (recognizable) people, of course, we need release forms.
But, when there are no people, there usually isn’t much movement. Even though there is some movement, most of these kind of footage gets rejected here because it is “too static”.
I guess these’re the main reasons for lack of normal speed footage of cities.