Video Center Now Live!
Posted: Monday, June 23, 2008 10:17 am
|The video feature is now live on Renderosity! Upload and share helpful tutorials, or reach your customers in a unique way by promoting your MarketPlace products. The video feature is easy to use, and easy to share with people inside the community and out!
To ensure that the best tutorials are available consistently to our members, a review team will be in place to review all tutorial submissions. Only tutorial videos, MarketPlace promotions and paid advertising will be accepted at this time. Videos not related to the three categories listed previously, like slide shows or personal videos, will be deleted by the video review team.
Click here to see an example of a MarketPlace promotional video.
If you have a tutorial you think would be helpful, we encourage you to submit it! Any genre in the digital art realm is welcome. Also, feel free to use the video feature to help with your next product rollout in the MarketPlace! We look forward to also providing more functionality in the future to help make the Video Center one of the most popular features on the site!
There are additional Terms of Service (TOS) for using the video module that can be read below. The standard TOS for the site still applies as well.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How long can my videos be?
Videos can be a maximum of 10 minutes.
What video formats are supported?
All major video formats are supported, including the 3pg format found on mobile phones. If you're having a problem uploading a certain video format, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to see how we can help.
What is the resolution of the video?
What is the maximum file size?
Max file size is 100 mb.
|Video Terms of Service (TOS)
The Video section is for educational, instructional tutorials and Renderosity advertising related to the 2D/3D industry only. No personal videos are allowed.
Videos are subject to the following guidelines:
No human nudity is allowed in the videos. Untextured mannequins and wire meshes are allowed for instructional purposes. Violent imagery is not allowed. You should own the copyright, or have the right to use, any materials shown, including audio files.