Thanks. Though while there are new packages in the new compositing service, including rotoscoping, motion design etc., “clean-ups” isn’t one of the new ones. So someone looking for that would likely go with one of the new gigs in that particular service. There’s no checkbox in search for them to find someone in the compositing category that would do clean-ups. Also, doing a Fiverr search for “rotoscoping” (in the search bar) doesn’t find a Fiverr gig in the compositing section that has “rotoscoping” checked in its packages, even with “rotoscoping” as a gig tag.
Also, the new components in the compositing service have only checkboxes for each of the gig packages. It doesn’t give very much fine tuning on the price (other than whether that service is included in one of the 3 gig packages).
Also calling one of the new services “Rotoscoping & Keying” may make a buyer think that every gig there will also be for rotoscoping alone even though those gigs may only offer a much reduced amount of rotoscoping compared to a gig actually designed for doing that alone (without a green screen).
If Fiverr would prefer sellers in these areas to create custom gigs for things like this, to make it easier for buyers and it would have the advantage of allowing more precise pricing, couldn’t Fiverr increase the number of allowed gigs per level, at least in these areas if the number of subcategories are increasing there (since some/all of the subcategories would normally have been done in 1 gig previously)?