Hi Daniel, I wanted to let you know that the font used on the page "proxima nova" isn't loaded properly - so its using a default (times new roman) If someone has Proxima Nova installed on their computer - it will appear to work for them but otherwise it falls back to a default
Daniel at Picreel
Thanks for the information, but do you have any specific question or are you referring to a campaign/ popup you have created?
no, I'm reporting a bug regarding your marketing site.
Daniel at Picreel
are you a customer of picreel or are you the one who created the website?
Thanks! In the search by shape you should be able to set a time-range, but we wouldn't make an axis for it in the shape itself as it probably wouldn't impact the experience of the movie on universal / timeless scale.
I think this is more just about the wording, but a choice of "enjoyable or not" doesn't make much sense to me. If I'm after something really original, I'll enjoy it because it's original. I "enjoy" watching sad documentaries. A split between enjoyable or not is equivalent to "do you want a film you will like" to me. The converse of most of the options seem like universally negative ways of describing a film. Changing enjoyable to fun would make more sense to me, I'm definitely sometimes in the mood for fun films and other times in the mood for serious films. I may also choose between simple and complex films, for example.
To be more constructive, to emphasise the tradeoffs, perhaps you can't have everything maxed out? Force more of a decision between things.
Our DB is still growing - but more importantly, a full max shape will be unlikely to yield results - as a perfect average is also unlikely. Movies only appear when their dimension is equal to or greater than the shape you search by.