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Agency Based Discussion => Adobe Stock => Topic started by: photog-teo on November 28, 2016, 21:43

Title: Adobe/FT 2.69 for a footage ?
Post by: photog-teo on November 28, 2016, 21:43
I dont get it , i sold the clip or the a still frame for 2.69 ?
Title: Re: Adobe/FT 2.69 for a footage ?
Post by: sharpshot on November 29, 2016, 02:58
FT sell for low prices, that's why I didn't upload footage there.  I thought Adobe had higher minimum prices but I find the Adobe/FT thing confusing.  They should kill off FT and just have Adobe.
Title: Re: Adobe/FT 2.69 for a footage ?
Post by: increasingdifficulty on November 29, 2016, 05:47
The lowest amount I've gotten for footage is 3.84 but that was just one time. It's almost always 17.50-28.
Title: Re: Adobe/FT 2.69 for a footage ?
Post by: Dennis Radeke on December 01, 2016, 08:34
Hi there, my name is Dennis Radeke and I am the Content Development Manager for for motion for Adobe Stock. 

As you probably know, Adobe purchased Fotolia as a way to establish a strong presence in the stock content marketplace.  Fotolia continues to have strong sales and is slightly different than Adobe Stock.

In the case of video, Adobe Stock currently offers two products to sell (4k, HD) and Fotolia offers five (4k, 1080, 720, 480, 240).  The lower resolution and frame size comes with a lower cost. 

If you received a lower royalty, then it is due to a smaller sized clip that was purchased.  Ultimately, having the two marketplaces today offers our contributors two unique offerings in which to publish and promote their content. 

I hope this helps!  8)
Title: Re: Adobe/FT 2.69 for a footage ?
Post by: cathyslife on December 01, 2016, 11:16
Hi there, my name is Dennis Radeke and I am the Content Development Manager for for motion for Adobe Stock. 

As you probably know, Adobe purchased Fotolia as a way to establish a strong presence in the stock content marketplace.  Fotolia continues to have strong sales and is slightly different than Adobe Stock.

In the case of video, Adobe Stock currently offers two products to sell (4k, HD) and Fotolia offers five (4k, 1080, 720, 480, 240).  The lower resolution and frame size comes with a lower cost. 

If you received a lower royalty, then it is due to a smaller sized clip that was purchased.  Ultimately, having the two marketplaces today offers our contributors two unique offerings in which to publish and promote their content. 

I hope this helps!  8)

You should ask Leaf for a Verified stamp so we know that you are actually an Adobe Stock representative. A whole lot of people here don't bother posting under their own name, so it is difficult to tell whether someone is who they say they are.  :)

But your explanation makes perfect sense!
Title: Re: Adobe/FT 2.69 for a footage ?
Post by: MatHayward on December 01, 2016, 14:49
Hi there, my name is Dennis Radeke and I am the Content Development Manager for for motion for Adobe Stock. 

As you probably know, Adobe purchased Fotolia as a way to establish a strong presence in the stock content marketplace.  Fotolia continues to have strong sales and is slightly different than Adobe Stock.

In the case of video, Adobe Stock currently offers two products to sell (4k, HD) and Fotolia offers five (4k, 1080, 720, 480, 240).  The lower resolution and frame size comes with a lower cost. 

If you received a lower royalty, then it is due to a smaller sized clip that was purchased.  Ultimately, having the two marketplaces today offers our contributors two unique offerings in which to publish and promote their content. 

I hope this helps!  8)

You should ask Leaf for a Verified stamp so we know that you are actually an Adobe Stock representative. A whole lot of people here don't bother posting under their own name, so it is difficult to tell whether someone is who they say they are.  :)

But your explanation makes perfect sense!

I can vouch for him Cathy...Dennis is the real deal and he is working very hard to make contributing video content to Adobe Stock a successful endeavor for everyone.

-Mat
Title: Re: Adobe/FT 2.69 for a footage ?
Post by: trucic on December 01, 2016, 14:57
Hi Dennis,
thanks for the info provided... if possible, it will be nice to see Extended and 4K prices divided, not same in both cases (availability for higher priced X license)... just keep doing what you started and you are heading to right direction.. Best regards!
 
Title: Re: Adobe/FT 2.69 for a footage ?
Post by: cathyslife on December 01, 2016, 15:49
Hi there, my name is Dennis Radeke and I am the Content Development Manager for for motion for Adobe Stock. 

As you probably know, Adobe purchased Fotolia as a way to establish a strong presence in the stock content marketplace.  Fotolia continues to have strong sales and is slightly different than Adobe Stock.

In the case of video, Adobe Stock currently offers two products to sell (4k, HD) and Fotolia offers five (4k, 1080, 720, 480, 240).  The lower resolution and frame size comes with a lower cost. 

If you received a lower royalty, then it is due to a smaller sized clip that was purchased.  Ultimately, having the two marketplaces today offers our contributors two unique offerings in which to publish and promote their content. 

I hope this helps!  8)

You should ask Leaf for a Verified stamp so we know that you are actually an Adobe Stock representative. A whole lot of people here don't bother posting under their own name, so it is difficult to tell whether someone is who they say they are.  :)

But your explanation makes perfect sense!

I can vouch for him Cathy...Dennis is the real deal and he is working very hard to make contributing video content to Adobe Stock a successful endeavor for everyone.

-Mat

Glad to hear it, figured he was, but you just never know here.  ;)
Title: Re: Adobe/FT 2.69 for a footage ?
Post by: Dodie on December 05, 2016, 08:44
You should ask Leaf for a Verified stamp so we know that you are actually an Adobe Stock representative. A whole lot of people here don't bother posting under their own name, so it is difficult to tell whether someone is who they say they are.  :)

But your explanation makes perfect sense!
The same thing was asked from Mat too when he first posted here.

I never understood why Adobe/FT doesn't use it's own official forum for announcements, so these kind of (legitimate) doubts could never occur and/or hurt anyone. The info could still be replicated here as well.
Title: Re: Adobe/FT 2.69 for a footage ?
Post by: spike on December 05, 2016, 12:40
Hi Dennis,
thanks for the info provided... if possible, it will be nice to see Extended and 4K prices divided, not same in both cases (availability for higher priced X license)... just keep doing what you started and you are heading to right direction.. Best regards!

This!