;D ;D Thank you so VERY much for this post. I just downloaded it last night, and now I have been using it to build contact sheets for all of my folders. You seriously rock for finding this program. Thanks again so much.
There was an exciting movie that I wanted to be first to upload, so I turned on QTM and filled in all of the relevant information and pictures but waited until it finished downloading from the source. Did a quick check to ensure it played and had the correct subtitles and time as listed, then hit that button. That was fun!
Someone else did upload the same movie within a very short time, but with a different file format and size - so we both won anyways 😄
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@kco that's another misconception, we're lead to think every time we finish downloading a torrent and start seeding it it'll show up in the seeding list on the site. That's true for cases where you have selected all the files without skipping evem and a single one.
When you select all files from a torrent and don't keep seeding them, they'll show you on "completed torrents" list. But in any scenario where you only select a few files from a given torrent, as long as they are active (downloading or seeding) they will always show up on the "leeching torrents" list.
If your client says they are seeding and the status says working, you can rest assured they are seeding. Also bear in mind that there is a limit for maximum active concurrent downloads, torrents that you haven't downloaded fully will forever occupy a slot as long as they are active. So this eventually might end up in you adding a torrent to download and it refusing to start, the tracker will report a ratio issue but it's actually a lack of available download slots.
disable your VPN [it is possible that you are using faulty client w/c preventing you from connectivity] ...
see if your antivirus is blocking the site ...
port forward : https://portforward.com/
firewall setting should be [allowed] ...
reset your router/modem ...
Why is uTorrent not connecting to peers?
uTorrent often fails to download files and gets stuck on connecting to peers due to interference from your antivirus,
your ISP blocking torrent downloads, incorrect uTorrent client settings, or the torrent file itself is dead.
Why won't my Utorrent connect to peers?
Check Your Firewall and Enable Port Mapping
A problem with uTorrent not connecting to peers can often be due to your system or network firewall.
For BitTorrent clients like uTorrent to work correctly, they require open network ports to allow incoming and outgoing traffic.
do a web search ...
write to helpdesk and be patient ... https://www.gaytorrent.ru/helpdesk.php
Yup, as with seeding any torrent, the files need to be in the right location. Also, files do need to be stored locally in each location as otherwise you effectively double the bandwidth required to seed those files.
Your search results will show content that hasn't been removed. Some of it is from major studios, but you'll also notice that some studios are conspicuously absent. I won't mention names, but one in the UK and another in Hungary come to mind. That stuff often gets deleted quickly.
I hope this helps. Thanks for uploading what you have, even if it goes away--some people will get it, and they'll have a good time with it.
@cinemacapman abbreviation is not a disguise, you can write the name of the actors regularly. As I stated in my message there are automated techniques to deep search all the indexed internet pages like google search or even a private community like this one, the database used to do this process involves primarily pictures, keywords and strings such as the description you find in studio sites for a given scene.
I don't know if you're genuinely asking how the things I said can minimize the odds of getting a DMCA or if you're just straight up saying it's bullshit, if that's the case just go and dm any mod and ask about it.
@jjazz44 Eight months ago I installed NordVPN and it totally blocked my torrenting client Transmission. I wrote to them and got a quick answer saying that they don't implement port-forwarding “for security reasons” but that they seriously think about it for the future…
I then asked for a refund, which I obtained some days later.
@MrMazda to be honest at this point I don't even think I'm going to worry about it. I see this site dying a slow death. Almost every torrent of content I upload gets removed within hours. So guess this will all just become a waste of time.
@MrMazda Hey. Yeah it was just on screenshot, I corrected it after. It wasn't it. Even worse - after I managed to upload it, next time I got the issue again... then I simply tried again and there was no issue. So it wasn't even folders. I have no idea now honestly and just gave up.
@nix54 This sounds like a port forwarding issue. Our tracker is very sensitive with port forwarding for some reason. In order to get proper upload traffic all the time, you need to make sure that the port your torrent client is using is forwarded through your home router or VPN to your computer, both in TCP and UDP. Without this, you will notice the exact symptoms you seem to be having.
If it's of any help, your current torrent client is reporting that it seems to be using port 63357.