Each of our subscription plan levels allow you to define up to a certain maximum number of different products sharing a maximum allocation of download storage space on our server -- e.g., our basic $5/mo plan allows you to define up to 10 different products sharing up to 50 MB of download storage space. Plans without any storage space included cannot sell digital goods such as downloads at all. All plans allow unlimited sales and unlimited paid downloads for the products you define, and you can upgrade to a larger plan at any time as needed:
Plans starting at $18/mo and up also allow you to use unlimited download storage space on an external server, which does not count against your plan's upload-storage allocation at our end. The unique download link we issue to each buyer would cloak your remote file URL and minimize file transfer bandwidth usage (along with any related costs) for us both, as well as enforcing your link expiration settings just as with uploaded files.
It is not technically possible to prevent someone from copying or sharing any file on their computer, even if they have downloaded it only once. This help page covers this topic in more detail:
Our file uploader can only handle files up to 500 MB each, so any individual files larger than that (up to 2.0 GB max. per file) would need to be remotely hosted with an $18+ plan. Remote file hosting would also be your most economical option if your files take up more than 500 MB in total together, as that's the max. upload allocation provided for our $18 plan.
To have us deliver a download for a product, you would simply upload that product's file to our server (or enter its Remote Product File URL) when adding/editing the product in your E-junkie Seller Admin. This help page explains our download delivery feature in detail, including how to provide a file for your download products:
If you need to provide a collection of files for a single product, this help page explains some approaches you can use:
For video file downloads, you can provide the video file in any format you wish, and each buyer would receive a unique link to download an exact copy of your original file. For best results, we recommend providing videos as .MP4 files using the H.264 codec (aka "MPEG-4 AVC"), which provides a good balance of filesize vs. quality and can be opened in all major media players (Windows Media Player, Apple QuickTime Player, etc.); this is the same format used by online video services such as YouTube and Vimeo, as well as Blu-ray DVDs.
Speaking of DVDs, you may be interested in using a disc-fulfillment service that can automatically duplicate and mail out your DVDs/CDs on-demand whenever an order comes in. This help page lists some disc fulfillment services that support E-junkie integration, along with instructions for setting that up:
Our system is designed to be really quite straightforward to configure and set up, and you have a fully-functional 7-day free trial period which begins as soon as you register for an E-junkie login. Our Getting Started help page is a good place to begin setting up your E-junkie service:
If you require more direct assistance, we can highly recommend the competent, E-junkie-experienced developers for hire listed at the Developer Directory link at the top of our site.