Author Topic: Why isn't there a price break on riffplayer files for riffs I've already bought?  (Read 1490 times)

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Offline Pastshelfdate

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I'm sorry, but I have to ask this.  I'm on disability income of less than $700 per month, and that's it.  I've been happy to pay for riff MP3s; as therapy, they're cheap.  And I'm glad you seem to have solved the previous problems with the riff player.

But I checked, and even for movies for which I've already bought the MP3, the price for the riff player zipped file is still the full price for a riff.  Why is that?  I really can't afford to pay twice for each movie.  I don't think that's what you all intend, but that's how it looks from here.

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they show up for me in my "Your Library" section. ???

also: you might get a faster answer by emailing support@rifftrax.com
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Offline Compound

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I get the same thing as GoFly does.  Here's what I get when I click on Return of the Jedi:

You normally get the NTSC/PAL/Riff files automatically when you buy a track. If they're not showing up, you might want to look around for the "show all available files" buttons in your library.

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Also you can download the individual .sync files on the riffplayer page:


Also check out the threads for user made files, there are a few that have not been released officially since some systems have issues, but may work on your computer.