There’s been a lot of files being uploaded recently with After Effects text and images dropped over a 3D pre-rendered background.
I think that this is perhaps confusing to some buyers. Not that it makes much of a difference to the end product and not that most buyers a remotely interested in changing camera positions…
But still, it might be a good thing to have a “3D is prerendered” none / some / all
Oh yeah…. I even commented. My memory’s not what it used to be.
Prerendered footage: Yes/No/Some
And also prerendered plug ins would be cool:
Prerendered plug ins: Optical Flares, Particular etc…
Pre-rendered info would be nice.I would go for:
"Includes pre-rendered footage : YES / NO"
For the plugins you could add:
“Requires Plugins : YES / OPTIONAL / NO”
Most of the explaining would still need to be done in the description,and i would like to see the info box kept as simple as possible.
Just “pre-rendered footage” Y/N might be a bit simple though. You may build a whole world in AE3D , then use a pre-rendered lens flare and hey presto! everyone assumes the lot is a pre-render.
Better might be a description box with “pre-rendered elements”: where you simply type in which parts are pre-rendered.
And a second “optional pre-renders” for plug-in pre-renders etc.
Well my main concern is that many buyers don’t read the info box,so that’s why i would like to keep the information in there as simple as possible and get the details out in the main description.
Yep… you’re right.
Most people read the descriptions dont they?