Uploading your .ftm file is the community norm here because it makes it significantly easier for people to listen to and critique your work. If you just have a video or an audio file, people can only tell you what they hear, without any real guidelines on how to fix these issues. By sending your module file, members can directly look into each channel and instrument to tell you exactly what you can improve and what you're doing well. Additionally, people can make edits to your module to demonstrate their advice, and they can also learn production and composition techniques by studying it.
While the PPixelation event led to a lot of fear and discussion on these forums, don't let it discourage you. It was an isolated incident (the only other known FamiTracker plagiarists either stole from other sources or were just trolls) and the community is now much better-equipped to find and handle plagiarism. Not posting your module would only continue the harm that PPixelation did to this community's spirit.
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