More Improvements to the Renderosity Galleries!
November 3, 2009 2:13 pm
Renderosity Makes it Easier to Upload Your Images!
A few weeks back Renderosity implemented some improvements to make browsing the Galleries even easier. Now we have rolled out some changes to the Upload Form to make submitting images to the Galleries a smoother process!
The Gallery upload form now has a feature that allows you to save your most common upload settings for future uploads! This will allow Gallery members to streamline the process of uploading images without having to repetitively select the same options for each new upload.
What options are you able to save on the upload form?
As before, these improvements are part of our ongoing effort to improve your overall Renderosity experience. If you have any questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. As always, thanks for making the Renderosity Image Galleries one of the best in the world for digital artists!
Do you have your own collection of 3D and CGI related images that you would like to share with the Renderosity community? Then we encourage you to head over to the Galleries and begin uploading today!
Header image: Showhome Kitchen by Rich Potter
Thumbnail image: *~~,,Magesty,,~~** by calum5
It all seems nice but I just started uploading my images. It would be nice to be able to upload more then 1 image a day. I can wait but it hurts the vendors more then me because I always give credit for what I use and most comes from Renderosity.
With the large database of members actively uploading to the gallery daily we had to impose the 1 per day limit. We do offer a paid monthly service to upload up to 3 per day (see link below). Its a one time set up fee of $5.00 and a monthly $5.00 charge for this service. http://market.renderosity.com/mod/bcs/index.php?ViewProduct=44571&vendor=Store+Staff Thank you Stacey
corinthianscori, I understand your request but this feature is for the more standard things that members tic for every upload they do. Most members that upload images with nudity, also upload images without. We also would much rather see members create their own creative thumbs for their images with nudity rather than just using the standard generic content advisory thumbnail.