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    If I am just submitting textures to the marketplace, do they have to be in their own UE4 project?

    I am currently in the process of submitting my very first product to the marketplace but I am somewhat confused by the instructions regarding the file structure. What I am submitting is really just a bunch of texture .png files, but the instructions seem to talk only about if you are selling something inside a project file. Do i need to create a project for my submission?

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    Yes you must create a project and set a folder structure up. Follow the instructions and everything will go smoothly! You also need to set up a test level that showcases the assets. You should create materials to showcase them.
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      #3
      You should probably set the materials up, not just submit the textures.
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        #4
        well... im submitting a color lookup table pack, which is a bunch of texture files that you just plug into any post process volume.... but i guess i'll put it into a project as you all say.

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          #5
          They are correct. Everything must be set up in a UE4 project and ready to use. Happy to answer any other questions you've got!
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