I was thinking that not including ukulele and glockenspiel would be enough to make the track a little different
I gave up trying to second guess the market. I haven’t made any files for a while, but when I do, I think I’m going to move more in the direction of just making stuff that I enjoy making.
installed After Effects, Avid, Cinema 4D. a positive result is not achieved.
That sounds a bit like saying I want a wardrobe. I bought some wood, a saw and a hammer, but a positive result is not achieved.
Software is a tool and you have to learn how to use it. This may take years.
The easier software that Andre mentions is editing software. That means you need some footage to edit. So you either need to shoot it, or you need to create it digitally. Either which way, if you’re a beginner, you’ve got a lot to learn.
For promo videos, one of the most important things you’ll need is an idea. Once you have this, you’ll find the rest starts to fall into place.
‘Corporate’ to me says only bland and middle-of-the-road. I don’t believe there’s any such thing as a corporate spirit. Generally, when I’m seaching Audiojungle, I avoid anything with ‘corporate’ in the title like the plague… even if it’s on a job for a corporate company, they’re rarely looking for a ‘corporate’ piece of music.
If I were you, I’d make the music you like to make, not the music that you think other people would like to hear or corporate people would like to buy. If the listener feels your spirit, then they’ll come buying in their droves, corporate or not.
As for your track, it’s okay. Seems pretty well crafted. It lacks any real hook for me. There’s not much that makes it stand out from the crowd. Sounds a bit corporate to be honest. I’d be unlikely to use it for an animation.
For whose tracks?
After Effects, Final Cut, Avid, Smoke, Flame, Premiere, Maya, Cinema 4D, 3D Studio Max, Nuke, Fusion.
Any of those any good? (None of them are especially simple)
I think that the sales issue is something to do with the unreliability of the site at the moment. It’s okay for me, but there are a lot of people reporting that it’s hard to access.
This doesn’t appear to be some seasonal change or a bit of sales noise. For me, sales are at about 65% of what they’d normally be by this point in the month – that’s a drop of a third, with no precedent in the 18 months preceding it.
Seems like I’m not the only one experiencing this either. Bundles are a nuisance if you’re not in ‘em, but seriously they don’t generally affect sales that badly.
I’d like to hear something from support on this one.
If you want feedback on your item, then you’d need to post a link to it. Otherwise, who’s to say.
I’ve moved this to Item Discussion.
I got some situation when buyer email me reporting error with my project. and the problem usually is because different platform AE conflict. I use Windows. and i know most us like to use Mac in design field. Sometime simple Color Control Expression not working on Mac. Thinking again how is that possible to happened. right? Is it because after effects problem or machine?
What should i do in that case? i mean problem with different platform .Thanks, Madli
Ae projects are fundamentally cross platform. I’ve never seen the issues you’re talking about.
As I understand, expressions are parsed internally to Ae, so there shouldn’t be a Mac / Win difference.
Much more likely is that you have a fundamental problem with your expression, that the user has created a situation that brings it out. Or maybe the user has a different language version of Ae. If that’s the case, you need to write expressions in a specific way to make them work universally.
People won’t buy video bundles if they can’t preview what they’re getting.
Preview what they’re getting and quickly.
The Audio Jungle player also needs to be able to be made so you can easily skip ahead in the track.
There is so much stuff on Envato, and the pricing is so low, that there’s inevitably a mass of lower quality items to sift through. Incredibly, there’s plenty of stuff that’s very high quality too. Incredible at the price, but finding it is a big problem. And I think it’s also a problem for authors who are producing high quality work, that all too often their work is getting lost in the melee.