How to Submit
You've finally done it. You've spent hours, no wait...days..scratch that...months, years...it doesn't matter. The fact remains that you pushed yourself and finished your fan edit. Submitting your edit is quite simple, as I've tried to make this process as user-friendly as possible. How to Submit Your Edit: 1:) Send all the info to the right email: firstname.lastname@example.org 2:) A synopsis of your project, a poster if you have one (not needed as I can go and find one), and lastly...a link to your edit. From there, I'll add your edit to the schedule, create a page for you, and then publish upon release. What happens if I send you an edit that doesn't belong to me? A:) That's totally fine as well, BUT please communicate that when submitting, as I'll need the original editor's name to add to the created page. Failure to comply upon investigation could result in your account becoming banned on the site due to 'impersonation.' I submitted my edit and it's now gone. What happened? A:) When it comes to submissions, I handle everything on my end. I have a certain amount of storage and bandwidth that I pay monthly to host these edits, so it's easier for me to manage the uploads and rotate the old to bring in the new. This site is not for those who are looking for an alternative to Mega or Google Drive. This site was created in 2017 to act as a streaming service, strictly for fan edits to make it more easier and accessible to learn, find, and watch these edits. If you have any questions or concerns, please email me. y, I want the site to feel like Netflix, or something similar.