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RoyaltyFreak says

Hi, I have a question:

If a package includes a looped audio version (but the main file in the preview is not looped), do you mark “looped audio” yes or no?

Obviously the description explains that there is also a looped version, but I do not know what is the right thing in this case.

Thanks!

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charly_jp says

In this case is yes.
If only the main file, you may be write about the loop point to Description (not required).

If it include multiple files, you do not want to regardless of the loop /not loop, you must write the number of seconds and file name of all files to Description.

Sorry my english is poor..

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UJ-pro says

Hi rakelka,

yes, Charly is right. As long as there’s a loop included in the zip you can name it as looped audio.

Here is an example. The main file is the normal track and I included 3 loops out of the track.

http://audiojungle.net/item/corporate-latin-ukulele/4797509

And as you can see in the attributes on the right side “Looped Audio: Yes”

Cheers, Udo

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RoyaltyFreak says

Ok, thanks to both of you!!!

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