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« on: August 13, 2014, 01:13 »
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Greetings to the MSG Community!

MotionElements (
http://www.motionelements.com/), a royalty-free marketplace in Asia for worldwide stock media, is proud to share with the community its plans to begin operating a stock music channel.

As this is the first time we are launching a new channel since weve become active in the MSG Forums, wed like to start this right and involve the community on the early stages of development.

We are currently gathering interested individuals and companies who are into Stock Music production and would like to invite them to Sign up on our Music Artist Newsletter to get the latest updates on the progress of our newest channel.

Please do so by visiting http://www.motionelements.com/music

As always, we are open to feedback from the community and we will try to be as accommodating in developing this new channel as much as we can.

We are one of the most fair marketplaces around, and just like the rest of our Artists, Music Artists will get at least 50% (up to 70%) of every sale of their music from MotionElements.

Even better, Music Artists set the selling price of their Music Track so every time they make a sale they always get what they feel is right.

Last but not the least, MotionElements has one of the largest stock video libraries in Asia, and we have positioned ourselves well to serve the markets in this region. By selling through us Music Artists effectively extend their reach to Asia through our customer support, localisation, and sales channels.

Interested? Sign up as an Artist today at https://www.motionelements.com/signup/artist

We hope that the MSG Community will be very supportive of this new channel. We hope that community could spread the word that MotionElements, a fair and convenient place to stock video, would just be as great a place to sell stock music.


« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2014, 08:35 »
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Hi john,

Not to divert from this topics, but why doesn't the video playback work on my Mac when all other video sites work fine. My system says flash player not activated but it is activated. I double checked in my system settings. Some videos play for 2-3 seconds then jump to a balk error screen. Something funky is happening.

Pm me if you want but I thought I'd make thismpublic in case someone else is having the same issue.

« Reply #2 on: August 13, 2014, 09:24 »
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Great to see an agency begin a new initiative with respectable royalty rates! In their terms and conditions for contributors is MotionElements committed to maintaining these rates?

« Reply #3 on: August 27, 2014, 02:46 »
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Great to see an agency begin a new initiative with respectable royalty rates! In their terms and conditions for contributors is MotionElements committed to maintaining these rates?

Yes. We are committed to maintaining this rates. We understand that some contributors are wary of new agencies that pay high royalties only to disappear or reduce them later on.

We've been around for awhile now, though admittedly not as impactful as we'd like to be, we've gotten around to paying our contributors 50-70% commissions and it makes us happy that we are able to sustain that.

Rest assured that our entry into the Audio market doesn't change that and we will continue to provide contributors the fairness and flexibility of our marketplaces in terms of selling and earning from their content.

Hi john,

Not to divert from this topics, but why doesn't the video playback work on my Mac when all other video sites work fine. My system says flash player not activated but it is activated. I double checked in my system settings. Some videos play for 2-3 seconds then jump to a balk error screen. Something funky is happening.

Pm me if you want but I thought I'd make thismpublic in case someone else is having the same issue.

The issue is resolved. We've had some feedback from Mac users on this issue. The problem seems to be isolated to Safari, as Chrome & Firefox on both Windows and Mac seems to be working out fine. If the problem persists for you do drop me a PM.


 

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