Searching, Uploading and then duplicated
I'm gathering all my old porn and trying to upload them.
I'm getting too many messages about duplicates but:
- how come I can't find any of these duplicates when searching on the website. Never, I never find them, and after a few hours a message about it being a duplicate came up (yeah, I select all the categories and fields to search within)
- Isn't it allowed to upload different file formats for the same content? How come this is still a duplicate? I don't get it.
I'm just little upset, I was feeling good about sharing my porn with the community, spending time cataloging, search in the site for the file to make sure it isn't duplicate, doing screenshots, searching the web for information, to then see my files removed.
If these are the rules, fine, I won't argue but it would be nice if at least I could find those files before uploading instead of uploading and praying the duplicate away :sweat_smile:
Ricky last edited by Ricky
@gaymisfit87 When you search, try leaving all of the category boxes unchecked just in case your content went into a different category than expected. It may help to search with different terms that apply to your torrent. If that fails, don't let that discourage you. Keep track of what ends up being duplicates, so that you can see why they got deemed as such.
There is another option when dealing with duplicates. Duplicates are permitted when they are included in a Collection that has a well-defined common theme. For example, there are five videos all starring Jack Happy and they are all oral sex ones. You could name it Jack Happy - Oral Sex Collection.
When a file is in the MKV format (which is just a container) it may be deemed a duplicate of a file with a different file format, if the file size difference is under the allowed percentage.
@ricky Thanks man, that's some good suggestions. I'll try them all.
Again, thanks for the attention :)