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burcintuncer
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Posted Mon Oct 22, 2012 9:12AM
Hello,

For the first time I will upload video files to iStock. So I am not sure whether they are good enough or in the correct format etc. Any help will be appreciated.

Download link:
http://www.sendspace.com/file/74q7qp

Thanks
Burcin
Spencer_Whalen
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Posted Mon Oct 22, 2012 1:40PM

Are these to pass the video samle test so you can start uploading?


If so the frame rate / resolution size and format seem to be OK!


All 3 video's are quite similar, ie same bit of path during autumn. I like the autumn leaves pan and the bikes on a tripod. I personally would ditch the pan of the trees and add a totally different video of a different theme? Inside shot or a macro shot. Just something a bit different?


Nice video's though I'm sure you'll do fine
RiverRockPhotos
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Posted Wed Oct 24, 2012 1:23AM
I agree I would ditch the pan of the trees and do somehting totaly diffrent. I really think they will reject your aplection based on not enough diffrent clips.
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