Vids Rejected For "Technical Error"

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Apr 02, 2019 Apr 02, 2019

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Hi, I have about a half a dozen of these short videos that all got rejected for the following:

Overhead time lapse video of a child's hand spelling out Merry Christmas holiday message in colored block letters on a wooden table.

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Technical Issues

Thanks for giving us the chance to consider your video.

Unfortunately, during our review we found that it contains one or more technical issues, such as unintentional shaking, empty black or white frame, compression and/or audio issues, so we can't accept it into our collection.

To learn more about the reasons we decline certain videos, including technical issues, please visit this page: https://www.adobe.com/go/stock-contributor-help

These were shot using the latest iPhone and an OSMO. They are time lapse so they are a bit glitchy, that is the effect. All I did was rotate them and rename them in iMovie.  Any ideas what Adobe could have a problem with?

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Adobe Community Professional , Apr 03, 2019 Apr 03, 2019
https://forums.adobe.com/people/Phillip+R.  wroteThey are time lapse so they are a bit glitchy, that is the effect.
For me that is the problem. You would need for this an absolutely stabilised camera (on a tripod?). The time lapse may be ok, but personally as a customer, I would prefer to have a standard video speed that I can accelerate as of my need. I also think that the light is not correct on the hand.

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Apr 03, 2019 Apr 03, 2019

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https://forums.adobe.com/people/Phillip+R.  wrote

They are time lapse so they are a bit glitchy, that is the effect.

For me that is the problem. You would need for this an absolutely stabilised camera (on a tripod?). The time lapse may be ok, but personally as a customer, I would prefer to have a standard video speed that I can accelerate as of my need.

I also think that the light is not correct on the hand.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Apr 03, 2019 Apr 03, 2019

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Thanks for your thoughts Abambo.

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Apr 06, 2019 Apr 06, 2019

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Hand holding your phone can also introduce shake, even though the marketing says otherwise. Remember this is for Abode Stock, so the video needs to be good. I think glitchy is the key word here, so it will appear shaky, even though you said it was the intended effect.

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Thanks. It’s handheld but using an OSMO. i might shoot them again.

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