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So, does submitting ai files make them more desirable? Or does it limit the clients who normally download files? I'm just trying to figure out what is the best choice for uploading for the best result. Are the clients with the largest downloading accounts with the cheapest buying plan the ones most apt to us ai files?
I would say making them ai files will make them more desirable. I personally wouldn't purchase an illustration that is not an ai so I can edit. I always recommend my students do the same.