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« on: June 21, 2019, 03:35 »
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Hi there, anyone here uploading their videos to Vjloops.com ?
just saw some artists links and wonder if it's worth


« Reply #1 on: June 21, 2019, 16:34 »
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HI,

I've been running VJLoops.com since 2005.  It's a small niche company that caters to the nightlife and entertainment industry although we do get customers that buy licenses for commercial projects and other applications.  I try to cater to both markets but our primary focus is on DJs, VJs, clubs, festivals and special events.  We have just over 900 artists and about 90,000 assets in 4k and HD.  We pay up to 50% royalties and artists are allowed to set their prices above our preset minimums.  Artists upload single loops and then have an option to create bundles or packs. 

If you would like to send me a link to your portfolio I can take a look and tell you if I think it would be a good fit. 

« Reply #2 on: June 23, 2019, 05:22 »
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Hi
thanks for answering
I have just applied and have some videos already approved! (user name: benchart)
Best,
Benoit

« Reply #3 on: June 24, 2019, 21:01 »
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Who dat?

« Reply #4 on: July 29, 2019, 06:05 »
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So I applied to VJloops and I think for those of you who are motivated it can be worth the effort.
I made 23 sales and $103 for my first month (around 1600 vids portfolio).
Yes the prices are a bit low BUT you can set them above the default value if you want.
I know some of you will be angry that I put forward this kind of small agency with small prices.
I'm selling on all the big agencies except Istock but I always felt like trying with other small ones, because I had very good surprises sometimes.
For example I work with Videezy which sells at small prices I agree but sells great (around $250 per month is not ridiculuous to me) and meanwhile my sales are not decreasing on SS, P5 & AS so...

The main thing I could say about VJloops is that it's a small agency leaded by a nice guy called Kyle.
If you look at their contributor stats, they have good numbers.

One of the main lack I see is that they don't read metadata so be ready for the usual painful upload thing.

All things considered It can't be as painful as this crappy bxstxrd upload system from Getty and it sounds good to me to work with small entities.


 

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