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« on: May 13, 2013, 07:36 »
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We have gone through a continuous and long research phase and have finally decided to launch a new website for Adobe After Effects Project i.e. www.editableAE.com [nofollow].  We appointed our best research team for this purpose and they went through all the researched methodologies and feasibility studies.

The solutions that we are rendering with this new website are more effective for project promotions and internet marketing. Motion graphics clips and After Effects Projects will be available on both sites i.e. www.editableAE.com [nofollow] and www.editableClips.com [nofollow].

Sellers will have to use their separate FTP accounts for which they will have to contact us.

Benefits that can be availed through this project are as follows:

         A commission of 70 % on all the sales.

         Simple procedure for uploading.

         Sellers are at liberty to set up their own prices for After Effects Projects.


You are welcome!
www.editableAE.com [nofollow]


« Reply #1 on: May 13, 2013, 10:11 »
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I wish you good luck.

I have reservations with your pricing structure and paying 70% to contributors it's going to be nearly impossible to get a foot in the door in today's market.

You require quite a lot of initial sales in order to run the back end efficiently.

I'm using a 25Mb/s internet connection and your web site appears rather slow. When I click on various different preview thumbnails the site keeps loading endlessly.

If you're still around in 3 years, I will be more than happy to upload my footage. Hopefully by that time you're still offering 70% commission...  ::)


« Reply #2 on: October 09, 2013, 00:18 »
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I've poured through the 80 million after effects posts and still have not found my answer, and I feel that the question is relatively straight forward. Here is the situation:

I currently am editing a project using media composer 6. All footage has been transcoded to  DNxHD 115. The project is finished. I simply want to add some lower thirds using after effects. My question is what is the best export format for me to send to after effects. Essentially, I dont want to lose quality after compressing and sending to after effects.

After I add the lower thirds in after effects the project is finished, and I will be converting it to a quicktime h264 for vimeo.

Now I am aware of Boris Transfer AE and Automatic duck, however I feel those are for much more involved projects. I simply have two instances in my sequence where I want to add a lower third. I feel like there must just be an easy way to export and finish in AE. newbielink:http://www.editableae.com [nonactive]
« Last Edit: October 09, 2013, 00:21 by jimmyjjohn »


 

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