;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 😄
What is your Operating System
Are you uploading single file or multiple file in folder
Do you see the location of your Download folder
Do you able to see and open the file folder you created
Does your client ask where to save the file
Are you familiar with folder directory, where you
save, move, create, rename, organize files
It would appear that this is likely due to stopping and restarting torrents. See, your torrent client will show you the totals since your torrent was added to your torrent client. The tracker on the other hand will only show the data for the current session. When a session is stopped then restarted, this resets the data to zero.
The other factor is that your torrent client will only update with the tracker once every 30 minutes, and as such, there is a delay in the stats updating. If a session is stopped before the torrent client updates, usually any data that is transferred since the last update is lost.
Lastly, if you are seeding a torrent from more than one device or from more than one torrent client, this can cause many issues with the data being updated, as each torrent client will update appearing as a new session.
I think we can agree to disagree. I prefer by far to have a torrent available for download and to erase it just after I have downloaded it rather than not have a torrent uploaded at all because of strict naming rules.
For me the contents counts much more than the packaging.
There are several different applications that can be used. I like AutoMovieThumbnailer ( http://www.amt.cc ), which is free and has an intuitive interface right out of the box (and you can fiddle with settings, too.
Quite strangely, the day after my first message, my upload speed came back to normal (~ 500 Mb/s) and remained such till today.
I've waited 3 days before experimenting to freeleech anything; I chose to freeleech a rather small torrent today.
At the very moment I did that, my upload speed fell again at <1Mb/s!!! (I've checked on www.speedtest.net and some other similar sites.)
I'm left with two hypotheses:
— my ISP is delivering an instable upload trafic when I freeleech something (3rd time in a row…);
— there's an obscure unexpected interaction between gaytor.rent & my fiber box (the speed of transfers between the computer and the box, using FTP, doesn't seem to be affected)… 🤯
@lololulu19 I do not see any upload attempts on your profile since March of this year. As for the torrents that you currently have seeding, I do not see any leechers on most of them, and the few that do, seem to have a high number of seeds. It may be worth checking that your port forwarding settings are in order so that the port that your torrent client uses is forwarded through the VPN or home router that you are using to seed your torrents.
If you'd like, I can see if I can work a little magic for you to help get some things flowing for you.
To restart seeding a torrent which is removed from the torrent client program
You need the existing torrent from GayTorrent - download again from the reseed request link if you lost the .torrent file
You need the movie file you've got already - if you don't have the movie, reseed is not possible
Make sure your uTorrent has the following options enabled:
Settings > Downloads > When adding a torrent > Display the content and some options
Then open the .torrent file in uTorrent to view the download options window
As the "download destination" folder, select the folder where you have the movie
If you renamed the original filename, right click on the file in the download list (right hand side) and select Rename to match the file name on your computer, or rename the file in your own folder with the original file name.
Uncheck start torrent option and click OK to close the window.
The torrent then should be added to your downloads list. Now, right click on it and select force recheck.
If the file name and size matches the original torrent file, the status will be 100% Completed after the recheck.
Right click on the list item again to select Resume, this time the status should change to Seeding