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Mark A. Williams

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  1. I notified SS by email (Privacy@shutterstock.com) on May 29th to close my account and pay me my remaining earnings. I have yet to see any action on their part. Has anyone had any success doing this?
  2. I turned off sales 14 days ago and requested my account be terminated. It took 3 days for my public portfolio to disappear which is ok. But after 2 emails to SS to terminate my account I have yet to hear anything.
  3. It took 3 days for my portfolio to not show.
  4. Well this is my first and last post. I just cancelled my account due to the new commission schedule. Adding insult to injury I just got a sale of $.60 cents for a HD video clip that was part of a "clip pack". Never had that before so I am done. bought as a "clip
  5. Looks like my clips were rejected. But that is ok. At least 4k upload and review seem to be working now.
  6. Edgar, have any of your recently uploaded 4k clips you referenced been approved?
  7. My clips are just sitting in the "pending" status with no approval yet. Had a similar problem a couple of months ago where my 4k clips sat in the "pending" status for over 4 weeks. Finally had to just delete them. IMO 4k clips submittal is still BROKEN.
  8. I upload video clips in the native .mov file format from my Panasonic GH5. For the last couple of weeks of all my uploads I get the error "We can't read what's in your file. Please re-save or re-export your file, and try uploading it again." Uploading again does not solve the problem. My workflow has always been the same: trim clips in Mpeg Streamclip, save as then upload via Filezilla. My GH5 settings are .mov, 3840x2160, 29.97p, 420/8bit/LongGOP, 100Mbps, LPCM. Can anyone help. My uploads to other stock sites of the same files have no problem. Cohutta Mountains.mov
  9. Shot this while hiking in the N. GA mountains. Panasonic GH4 camera, set at 1080p 60fps and recording at 200mbps. Lenses used were the Panasonic 14-45, 45-175, and Olympus 60mm macro as well as 75-300. Other equipment used was a Benro S-6 tripod and Rhino Slider V1 carbon. Edited with Edius 5.51. http://vimeo.com/144308637
  10. Will probably get a few clips out of this for shutterstock. I sure was fun to get out in the woods again.
  11. Sold my very first video clip on shutterstock today. I am stoked.
  12. Spent some time up near Highlands, NC exploring the wilderness.
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