Hey @sonic-boom @jonathan01 you may find my Item Updater Chrome extension helpful here, you can also use it here to automatically update all of your items with the “Enable Responsive Layout” attribute as either “Yes” or “No”.
With 4,000 items it may take a little while for it to complete in the background, but it will save you the time and effort
Hey @Marveo & @Andrew
In the meantime, you may find my PreviewPal Chrome Extension to be helpful – along with more accessible and auto-renamed preview file downloading, I recently updated it to add a volume control to the item page playerCheck it out:
Hope this helps!
Thanks Urbazon! So glad it worked out, and very impressive achievement yourself
+1 Izotope RX will kill it no problem.
Also +1 as JamesV said if it’s a pure sine wave beep you should be able to do it pretty well with a standard EQ notch filter (super high Q, cut all the way) at the right frequency, simply applied across the whole audio file without any noticeable degradation. 1kHz sinewave is pretty standard for these kind of beeps in my experience, but if not you should be able to easily sweep the filter around to find it.
UPDATE: my bad, I’ve now realized how your replacement works Well, seems useful to me! And quiet entertaining to watch the process actually But it still feels like a hack Would still be great to have a native way to edit this with previews and stuff.
Yep “Replace Description” is the one you’re looking for! You can even chain multiple description modifiers together as well for more complex combinations and updates (e.g. prepend something, replace something else, all at once).
There’s more info and tips on this in the Help page within the extension, and feel free to reach out if you have any feedback or specific questions.
Agreed a more modular item page and description would be ideal, but hope this saves you lots of time and headache in the meantime
Hey guys, I recently created a Chrome Extension utility that can help you more easily do just what you’re looking for here! Check out my post on the new “Item Updater” extension here.
The Item Updater includes some special features for systematically and automatically updating item descriptions, including prepending or appending text/html to your existing content, removing text/html, or even replacing it.
Give it a whirl and let me know if it does the trick
Hey everyone, I’ve just pushed an update (v1.0.2) to improve the description modifying abilities.
There are now 4 ways to update an item description:
- Using the “Prepend Description” attribute name, you can add text or HTML to the beginning of the item description.
- Using the “Append Description” attribute name, you can add text or HTML to the end of the item description.
- Using the “Remove Description” attribute name, you can remove text or HTML from anywhere within the item description (will only remove the first occurrence it finds).
- Using the “Replace Description” attribute name, you can remove text or HTML from anywhere within the item description and replace it with new specified text or HTML (will only replace the first occurrence it finds). When entering the attribute value, simply insert the text “[REPLACEWITH]” in between the text you’d like to remove, and the new text you’d like to replace it with. For example, “Text to replace[REPLACEWITH]New text”.
More info and tips have been added to the help page within the extension.
To make sure you’re on the latest version just go to your manage extensions page in Chrome and click the button in the top right “Update extensions now”.
Hey, sounds very interesting, especially for update new attributes! Is it also possible to add some default text in the description field, but not erase what has already been written? That is, can you add content to the beginning or end of the description? Thanks!
Yes, for updating the Item Description, there are two special attribute names that can be used. By entering either “Prepend Description” or “Append Description” as the attribute name, you can add text or HTML to the beginning or end of the item description, respectively.
If the given text is already found anywhere within the description, it considers the description to be “validated”, to prevent double-adding the text.
Note you can also use ”\n” within the attribute value text to designate any line breaks.
There’s some more info around this on the “Help” page within the extension.
If you have any other questions or suggestions let me know
Hey everyone! I just wanted to share a new tool I created recently to help authors update our portfolios with new attribute information (such as the recently added footage and music attributes), but I thought it might generally come in handy for all authors in one way or another.
Introducing the Item Updater, a Chrome extension that let’s you systematically set and update the attribute values across any number of your Envato Market items, easily and automatically.
The Item Updater will also optionally use the provided attribute values and apply them as defaults on the item upload page if you choose. This can save loads of time and effort in particular when submitting a large batch of files with similar attributes.
It’s free to install and use from the Chrome Web Store: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/item-updater-for-envato-m/aphjbcgcmimimmdmmbokaedjmabgdpoj
Hope you find this helpful as I have! Please let me know if you have any questions or run into any issues. Enjoy