You would be correct, sir! I'm not sure the rules are very clear on this... I will look to improve them!-Corsair- wrote:I'm assuming a video submitted to the Pro contest isn't allowed to also be in the Expo?
Shin-AMV wrote:LIVING ON THE EDGE. AWWWW YEAH.
Dem pixel blenders...always living on the edge...pushin' those deadlines!jingoro wrote:Good morning! I awoke at 8am and removed the option to submit to Pro from the submission form. There were 64 entries flagged for The Professional Awards. The last entry was submitted by Shin at 6:47am, beating the deadline by a scant 13 minutes. I'm now in the process of preparing the Pro downloads. If you would like to follow along, follow #thevat on Twitter, or visit our new Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/TheVideoArtTrack.
SailorDeath wrote:If you saw the "sucess" message when you submitted that was the confirmation. If they find any issues they'll e-mail you directly. Plus if they're going by order of when they were submitted you'll probably get something near the end of the processing.
thevat wrote:18 of 64 #awapro entries chose to submit a link instead of uploading by form. We would like to ask, what made you choose this method? #awa
Darn. There was no upload button... it was just select the video and click 'submit' on the whole form. I'll make an edit to clarify that, thank you!Warlike Swans wrote:Saw this question on twitter:thevat wrote:18 of 64 #awapro entries chose to submit a link instead of uploading by form. We would like to ask, what made you choose this method? #awa
I couldn't get the upload on the form to work, I could select a file, but no "upload" button appeared and I saw no indication that it was happening automatically, so I got annoyed, gave up, and submitted a link without reporting the problem.