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Basspartout
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Hey guys,
just got a soft rejection for a music pack I put together, because as it seems we’re not allowed to put other ZIPs inside the main ZIP .
Several of the included files/tracks contain different variations and loops and I think it would be totally messy and annoying for the customer to have a single ZIP with a total amount of 30 files in it. So is there any technical reason for it?
Cheers, Basspartout

EDIT : Also, it would mean uploading 240 MB again, so please….. :crying:

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MartijndeBont
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You could create folders for all items and put the variations / loops inside and zip the folders into 1 archive.

I don’t know the technical reason, but I had 1 pack rejected for the same reason a while ago.

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TortoiseTree
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I can see why it could be annoying, personally I would prefer to download a pack that DOES have subfolders but those would not be zipped. It would be a little hassle having to unzip each one after unzipping the main one. Basically I think AudioJungle make you do it this way to make it that little bit easier for the customer… call it customer satisfaction right?

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Basspartout
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Thx, guys.
going to resubmit it with folders.

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