Yep, i'm using lot of trackers - no one is raring video. Because it's just forbidden - there is no sense in it.
- You can open file when it's downloading. It's just enough only 1 first part - so you can see media information.
- Hash check. If file is corrupted - right click -> hash check. And it will download only broken parts. Anyways it's really rare situation - it happen with me only once.
- You can download any file (you mean archiving smth like full season of something into one archive? o_O) with any priority you want. So you can set "High" on first couple series, "Normal" on next 5-8 and "Low" on rest.
- You can donwload it when you want. You even can copy file, that wasn't completly downloaded, to other computer - and resume download.
- You can see what are you downloading.
- It's just naturally.
- You have to download it fully. All parts. And then extract them all.
- You can't see what are you downloading - smth like troll torrents.
- Archive can be protected - omg.
- Any failure in ftp client work (i mean not just pausing... something like crashing) - you have to redownload it from the begging.
miketowninc wrote:download with FTP, downloading multiple rars at once is much faster than downloading one avi.
Some FTP clients like cuteFTP pro can divide 1 file into parts and download them in multiple streams.
AVI? I thought everybody is using H.264 + mkv/mp4 nowdays... Divx + avi is "a bit" old.
miketowninc wrote:Let alone, a small size download.
It can save only about 100KB on _some_ small videofiles - lol. On other - it will add those 100KB or even more.
Reason is simple: it can compressed only container header, that is stored as uncompressed text. The rest part is the video and audio, that already compressed - so archiving at least ineffective.