Some software I used (can’t remember which one exactly) used to embed some info of it’s own into wav file. But I couldn’t edit it.
As far as id3 tagging goes, I use foobar2000 player to do this, as I already use it to play music. But it’s very convenient.
I am updating my latest Wordpress theme “Enfold” with a fullscreen slideshow and want to use 2 or 3 images of approximately 1500px x 1500px size.
Since photodune rules state that I cannot use images above 1200×800 pixel I am asking if anyone is willing to make an exception to this rule and allows me to use the higher resolution, once I purchased the images.
The images of course wont be re-distributed and will not be part of the dummy content. I just want to make my theme demo to look as good as possibleCheers! Kriesi
If we won’t break any official rules, you can use my photos (if any suits your needs) for preview purposes. And I believe it is not a violation of PhotoDune rules, because license page clearly states: “You can’t use an Item in a digital format at a resolution greater than 1200×800 pixels, unless the Item is incorporated into a digital product (like a website design) such that the Item can’t be extracted.”
I believe the only reason for such type of pricing is that it’s the easiest to conduct.
We also have similar “issue” over at AudioJungle. Whether you hire a full orchestra and record it, or you just play piano and a guitar, it doesn’t matter – price is set only according to the length of the track. The same with sound effects: ambience recording is longer and costs more than a complex sound montage of, for example, car crash. Of course, if we take a look a bit further, it’s the same on PhotoDune, isn’t it? So don’t hold your breath, I don’t believe this is going to change any time soon.
Just noticed it as well.
Hey this seems useful thanks for that. I’d like to make sure of something.. does 1 word = 1 keyword? I thought 1 keyword can have several words. e.g: sad – 1 keyword, sad music – also 1 keyword. So in envato you can have only 30 keywords, but words them selves can be more. Am I right?
Yes, you are right, you can have tags consisting of a few words. Just like you said, “sad music” is one tag (if there is no comma sign between these two words). sad music => 1 tag sad, music => 2 tags
I noticed something similar. Not the ratings, but the item count. On top author page on specific marketplace, author is listed according to sales he/she had only on that marketplace, yet the item count states the sum of all author’s items from all marketplaces.
I wrote in my profile: Go Pro Hero HD 3 Black Edition. This is my aim.
I’d love to get this one as well. But before that, my goal is to get new dslr camera. The thing is, once you get GoPro Hero camera, there is this urge to buy accessories and it then turn out to cost a lot more At least I believe so…
Ah, yes, sorry about that.
There were a few competitions (2 or 3 at most, if I remember right) a few years back. But I haven’t seen any competition recently, on any marketplace (except for 3dOcean’s recent competition). I believe that Most Wanted contests have kinda “replaced” the idea about competitions.
Previous Most Wanted contest (and the only one so far) on AudioJungle clearly showed how eager we, AudioJunglers, are to participate. All 30 winning submissions were created and sent within the first 24 hours – and less!
But we never know when the next one will be. Envato uses such contests to “fill” new categories, or old ones that need attention or are potential good-sellers but lack items. That’s why we mostly see Most Wanted on ThemeForest.