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You can’t create those ufs-containers UVI uses (unless you buy iLok-licenses from them), but that’s not a problem, just create a folder (with the name of your library) anywhere on your HD, then create sub-folders for:

  • Programs
  • Samples
  • Wavetables

and whatever else you want to include (e.g. images/impulse responses) – all of these can also have more sub-folders to group stuff together. Falcon will remember the paths of those assets and when you want to distribute/sell your libraries, just zip/rar that main folder. That way I have created and distributed dozens of Falcon libraries.