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VideosHive General File Preparation Guidelines - Envato Market Help Center
Describes how to prepare your video for transfer to VideoHive. Please see this section for help with uploading (formatting the filing name, descriptions, attributions, tags and more). It' s important to organise your projects in such a way that only the necessary data or asset is included for your projects to work.
Below are the different types of video that you can send to VideoHive: About After Effects Projects The After Effects After Effects After Effects After Effects After Effects After Effects After Effects After Effects Make sure that your Effects After Effects After Effects After Effects After Effects Make Eff Effects Motion Templates - Make sure your artwork complies with the specifications described in this paper. Motion Graphics file - Make sure your product fulfills the needs described in this paper.
Below are the acceptable data formats: Inventory Footage Files - Make sure your footage complies with the criteria described in this paper. Below are the acceptable data formats: Movie Library Templates - Make sure your artwork complies with the specifications described in this section. Use After Effects script - Make sure your scripts meet the needs described in this section.
Adobe Premiere Pro Templates - Make sure your Adobe Premiere Pro templates meet the needs described in this paper. Please note: Please make sure that your master data has been saved before submitting. When your size is greater than 500 megabytes (.MB), use the FTP Upload process to send your video to VideoHive. When you have an asset associated with the master asset, make sure you have added it to your definitive zipped asset.
Make a smaller H.264 MP4 or FLV copy of your videos at either 640x360 or 9660x540 and superimpose the VideoHive water mark if necessary. It helps us to avoid infringements of copyrights and unauthorised use of your work. VideoHive requires that all VideoHive submit projects be accompanied by a help document that will guide the client through the necessary changes.
More information about how to make a help filename can be found in the How to Make a Help Filename item. Verify that your previews, thumbnails, titles, descriptions, tagging, and attribute descriptions meet our standard formats. Merge your completed artwork filename and all support files/folders into a zipped one. Lastly, you' ll need to submit your artwork to VideoHive!