In the screenshot in step 1, "My_Amazing_Song" will be the root file name for all available versions of that track, regardless of file format. Magnetracks will match the file that you upload to the FTP Import site if it starts with "My_Amazing_Song".
Q: "But what if I have multiple versions of that track?
A: If you have alternate versions, edit lengths, stems or different file formats available, they must be named to match the types listed in the Versions Option Set in Magnetracks. This list is totally customized by you when you visit the Option Lists area, and select the "Versions" option list.
Here is a partial screenshot of the default versions available to you:
You simply add the appropriate suffix shown in the Field Value column to your source file names, that match what type of alt mix or stem it actually is. If you don't see one that is suitable for that file, add it to the Versions option list first. Finished file names should match the format: FILENAME_VERSION.FILEFORMAT (ie: My_Amazing_Song_30s.wav).
EXAMPLES OF GOOD FILE NAMES:
Here are a few examples of tracks that WILL NOT successfully import (the problem is shown in brackets).
EXAMPLES OF BAD FILE NAMES (WILL NOT IMPORT):
1. My Amazing Song_FULL.aif (name formatting inconsistent with metadata - underscores missing)
1. My_Amazing_Song.aif (the mix version type is missing)
3. My_Amazing_Song_FULL (where's the file extension?)