Size 261.032 MB 0 seeders Added 2013-02-25 03:15:35
Since I'm going to be leaving soon, there is a couple things I want to get off my chest that I think everyone should be aware of... The 5 Key Rules of Peer2Peer and torrents: - Users must seed back to a ratio of at least 1.5:1. Only 1:1 does not keep the file going as only about 90% of what was seeded was healthy, usable data to others. - Users must know how to rename a file. Not everything is going to be named how one likes as different people go by different television episode guides. Instead of complaining about a filename be grateful you have the new release, and rename the file to ones own liking. - Users must have patience. Not everything is going to be released instantaneously. Cappers are NOT machines, they are real people with real lives; jobs; families; other things far more important the a crowd of whining ingrates. Be grateful things become available at all. - Users must know how to convert file format. Not everything will be released in the format of choice. So, instead of sitting on hold waiting for someone to release a copy in the preferred format, learn how to convert media to that format for ones own self. If one took the time to learn how to use torrents, then take a little more time time to learn how to convert formats. - If users can't do any one of the above mentioned and cannot learn something new then they do not belong in p2p networks. Additional Notes of Peer2Peer and torrenting: - Regarding RAR files that we get from scene. Disgusted and tired of so many complaints about it from users yet they have no idea why it is used. There have been a couple users attempting to explain the reason for them, but no one has been correct. It should be common sense, but will spell it out now... It is impossible to upload an incomplete file. It would have to be written over again with each bit of progress. The RAR files are so that completed parts can upload while the recording and encoding is still going. The RAR files are how users can get some shows so fast after airing. I mean really fast. Within 10 minutes after airing. And that's when it reaches Peer2Peer, the bottome of the sharing process. The actual release was probably only 2 minutes after air. Now, if users could be so kind and please quit all that obnoxious, uneducated complaining, that'd be fantastic. Spread the word and educate others.
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