There were some mistakes in few logos after exporting from Illustrator, but I repaired them in Photoshop
Not sure if this fits in this thread, but it may be useful to authors that plan to upgrade to AfterEffects CS6 : I found a solution for cards that are not listed on Adobe’s site for Cuda rendering: http://www.studio1productions.com/Articles/AfterEffects.htm They made an unlocker that enables any non-Kepler (gtx 6xx series) Nvidia card to be used in After Effects CS6 3d Renderer. YEY !
- Author was Featured
- Item was Featured
- Sold between 100 000 and 250 000 dollars
- Most Wanted Bounty Winner
- Author had a File in an Envato Bundle
- Has been a member for 5-6 years
- Referred between 100 and 199 users
- Bought between 100 and 499 items
DoubleX saidThanks m8,that must be added to the first page cause there are a lot of authors don’t have illustrator installed,so they can’t used the vector versions.
I just finished another logo reveal project and wanted to use more marketplace logos for preview, so here you are, all of them in high resolution, PNG , with transparent background: http://www60.zippyshare.com/v/19839113/file.html There were some mistakes in few logos after exporting from Illustrator, but I repaired them in Photoshop
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Hey VideoHive Authors!
felt_tips made a suggestion in the AudioJungle forum about an improvement for the site, along the lines of enhancing the way authors and buyers are able to search for and listen to music. Essentially, the idea is to have an in-site playlist that you can quickly build and have play in the background, instead of having to actively click through the items for every single song. In response, I threw together a little custom player that might help out until AJ inevitably comes up with a slicker integrated solution.
Check it out: http://schwartzsound.com/ajplayer
- FEATURES -
1 ) Build an instant playlist from a bookmarked collection (public OR private). Just enter in the collection URL .
2 ) Build an instant playlist from search keywords. Search functionality is limited to the 50 most relevant tracks.
3 ) Sort the playlist by relevance, sales, or rating. The shuffle feature on the player will also let you randomize the order of the songs.
4 ) A “Now Playing” display shows handy info for the current track, such as post date, rating, sales, BPM , looped audio, plus a mini description.
5 ) Hear something you like? Convenient BUY and DOWNLOAD links in the player let you jump right to the item page on AJ or easily download the watermarked preview file directly from the playlist!
6 ) Song Surfing feature lets you listen through just the first 30 or 60 seconds of the songs before automatically jumping to the next track. Useful if you’re really in a hurry!
7 ) Simply leave the browser page open, and listen to the playlist in the background while you go about your daily routine.
8 ) The player is built on HTML5 , so you can also use it on your mobile devices. Browse tracks while you work out at the gym!
I hope this is of help in your continuing quest for great music and inspiration. Feel free to contact me with any specific questions or feedback. Thanks for listening!
Thanks, Schwartzsound. I’ve added the link to the main resources in the original post too.