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ShaqueDesign
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i am willing to make big unique text Style pack for that Can a video as help file can be in be included in main file?

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RoundedHexagon
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I think better option is to include in main files, for example in help.pdf or help.txt a link to video online (Vimeo, Youtube etc.).

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snkart
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Yes, of course it will help. You can put it in the description. If you know the html code for posting a youtube video on a page it would be an advantage. ;) Best of luck!

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ShaqueDesign
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can’t i just include the video in .zip file?

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ShaqueDesign
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can’t i just include the video in .zip file?

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SamBerson
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can’t i just include the video in .zip file?

You probably could, but the file size would be huge for uploading and downloading.

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ShaqueDesign
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that true :(

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gbs
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I think it’s possible to include in the package, but why do that when you can just upload the file to a video sharing service, which would help save bandwidth, reduce package size, and more over to save you in case the buyer cannot open your video file :D

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unlockedart
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Do not put it in the .zip file you will get soft rejected. I did this myself and we’ll learned the hard way lol :) just upload your video to YouTube or your video service choice and make a link to it in the description. For yur help file just do a .pdf or .txt file. You can even post a link to your video in the help file.

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Graphic-Studio
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Yes, once on youtube, link back to your file after it’s accepted. Great cross promotion.

Create an help file in .html format that includes the video embedded from yt or vimeo.

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