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Example for torrent protocol with FFMPEG
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Author:  Eugene [ Sat Oct 18, 2014 7:29 pm ]
Post subject:  Example for torrent protocol with FFMPEG

In version 1.99 updated transcoder ffmpeg-1.dll (version 2.3.3) - added protocol torrent (format torrent:local path to the torrent file?index=file index&savepath=path to store downloaded files).

Support for torrent protocol implemented with libtorrent (http://libtorrent.org/), written by Arvid Norberg. Copyright © 2003-2014

Podcast to add arbitrary torrent files

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1. Drag and drop torrents.zip from Explorer to main form of program.

If the loading is successful, then in Podcasts folder appear "Torrents". If the folder does not appear (Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista), then the program and Explorer are running with different rights. Try to load the file torrents.zip by right click in the folder tree.

Right-click "mouse" on the folder Torrents, select "Add podcast", in the field Link, enter the full (local) path to a torrent file, click "Read the properties of the channel and a list of podcasts" (the second button in the field Link).

Author:  Eugene [ Tue Nov 11, 2014 6:58 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Example for torrent protocol with FFMPEG

Updated 2014/11/11 - in properties of folder Torrents added parameters --portbegin=6881 --portend=6889 --sslport=0

portbegin-portend - is the ports (by default 6881-6889), that libtorrent will try to listen on, if the first port fails, it will continue trying the next port within the range and so on.
sslport - the listen port for SSL connections, if this is set to 0 (by default), no SSL listen port is opened

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