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May as well start a thread so we can celebrate how much extra profit Shutterstock make and share price is boosted by stealing off every single contributor... For context i was on the old top SS tier and had been for many years (the >$10k tier) and from last June was on L5 images and L3 video. I expected it to be bad but hadn't calculated it was going to be THIS bad. Download *numbers* overall up for me.... First the total: Just go get an idea from the last 2 years. Down doesnt begin to describe it. In fact the worst month since 2012 (when i had 400 ima
Hi I am shocked and disgusted by the new commissions structure, however did some maths and there seems to be an HUGE ERROR!! and according to email from Shutterstock saying from 1st June will be based on year sales to date. I would be level 4, (30%) and on similar % to before (I believe) BUT it seems to have set to 0. Has anyone else found this? Or am I doing my % wrong? Or is this the best commissions I should on the new structure after 5 months sales! ! My sales to date for 2020 are 1503 downloads I think something is VERY wrong has anyone else found this? Cheers Lorn
I would like to know what the recommended waveform levels are by Shutterstock. My waveform goes from 0 - 1023. (Davinci Resolve). In Adobe Premiere it goes from 0 to 100. Is it recommended to use the whole range? Or, as someone told me, it is better to stay between 64 and 855 in Davinci Resolve? In that case the dynamic range is a lot compressed. I don't like that so much... And, when looking at the waveform in Davinci Resolve, which is the best mode? Is it Y (luminance) or RGB? I see that in the RGB mode at the waveform the range extends in comparison with the Y mode. I ho