Episode 3.3 Download Torrent __HOT__
Feature:- Always show progress and remaining bytes for unselected files- Allow to change priority for unselected files through the combobox like it is done via the context menu- Remove settings to exchange trackers. It wasn't used by non-libtorrent clients. Also it has a privacy risk and you might be DDoSing someone.- Put temp files in .qBittorrent directory- Use the numbers from tracker scrape response- Implement category filter widget. Show categories in tree mode when subcategories are enabled.- Allow to toggle columns in searchtab- PeerList: allow to hide zero values for the "uploaded" and "downloaded" columns- Display more information in tracker tab- Use Ctrl+F to search torrents- Transferlist: add hotkeys for double click and recheck selected torrents- Add hotkey for execution log tab, Trackerlist, Peerlist etc- Seperate seeds from peers for DHT, PeX and LSDBugfix:- Do not remove added files unconditionally- Ignore mouse wheel events in Advanced Settings- Add queue repair code. It should fix missing torrents after restarting- Fetch torrent status when generating final fastresume data. It should fix missing torrents after restarting.- Fix queue overload for add torrent at session start. It should fix missing torrents after restarting.- After files relocate, don't remove the old folder even if it is empty- Fix finding 'English' item in language dropdown menu when an unrecognized locale is requested- BUGIFX: Speedlimitdlg: raise slider default value to 10000- TransferListWidget: keep columns width even if they are hidden on qBittorrent startup (unless something goes wrong)- fix index overflow for torrents with invalid meta data or empty progress- Immediately update torrent_status after manipulating super seeding mode- Use case-insensitive comparsion for torrent content window- Fixed sort order for datetime columns with empty values- Disable proxy in WebUI HTTP serverCosmetic:- Use a disabled progressbar's palette for unselected files- Support fallback when selecting theme icons- Do not resize SVG icons- Align text to the right in columns that handle numbers for PeerList and SearchTab- Increased number of digits after the decimal point for Gibibytes and above- Use non-breaking spaces between numbers and unitsWebUI:- Fix proxy type bug- Use the correct value for KEY_TORRENT_NUM_COMPLETE/KEY_TORRENT_NUM_INCOMPLETE- Make torrents table scrollable horizontally- Make torrent peers table scrollable horizontally- Add tooltips to dynamic table header- Implement dynamic table columns resizing, reordering and hiding- Add some missing columns to dynamic tables- Make too tall menus scrollable- Prevent text wrapping in menus- Add a vertical separator between columns- Implement resizable progress bar in "Done" column- Fix scrollbar covers menu item with long text- Remove 300px limit of column width- Avoid lags in firefox on resizing progress column- Fix category in torrent upload- Turn off port forwarding of WebUI by default for GUI users- Exclude insecure ciphers- Avoid clickjacking attacks- Add X-XSS-Protection, X-Content-Type-Options, CSP header- Escape various values that might contain injected html- Bump API_VERSION to 12Search:- Update extratorrent plugin- SearchTab: can now save sorting column changes- Use case-insensitive sort for Name column in Search tabRSS:- Fix tab order in RSS downloader- Move old RSS items to separate config file- Episode filter code refactoring- Allow resetting rule to no category- Save rule on enable/disable even if not selected- Allow in RSS must contain- RSS use red text to indicate invalid filter- Allow episode zero (special) and leading zeroes in RSS episode filter- RSS parse torrent episodes like 1x01 as well as S01E01- RSS allow infinite range to extend beyond current season- Improve UI responsiveness during RSS downloading- Show name of feed list and sort rules in editor- Fix regex matchingOther:- Workaround problem with moc from Qt4 and #if- Print warning to the user if stacktrace contains no function names- Various cmake fixes- Fix finding qmake in configure when cross-compiling
Episode 3.3 Download Torrent
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I consider myself a 'capable' uTorrent (3.3.2) user -- i.e. I have a healthy knowledge of how it all works and what settings and knobs will optimize my setup -- but one thing I could never get right, or at least I could never solve was this: How can I 'manage' the downloaded files (specifics in a second) without breaking the torrent itself and thus negatively impacting my seed ratio? It's probably best to explain what I mean here with a few of my most common scenarios and pain points. Keep in mind that 99% of what I download are video content like TV series and movies here and there.
Scenario 1: I want to keep the underlying file(s), not the folder in which it came packaged. You've all seen this, the video and possibly other files like *.nfo and JPG's are nicely packaged in a file folder. But I just want the files, not the folder. The reason is that I have my own folder and file taxonomy on my server and want whatever I download to honor that. I have dependent services like Plex Server that expect a consistent folder and file naming structure in order to correctly process and index content. This also helps me quickly find duplicate downloads (another increasingly painful side effect of having auto-downloads from RSS) when I do manual cleanup tasks.
I haven't found a "just download the files, not the folder" uTorrent option and I doubt that something like this exists. My solution so far has been to manually move the files to where I want them and just delete the folder but that breaks the torrent --> can't seed anymore --> seed ratio negatively impacted --> etc.
This sounds great, right, and it is BUT when you start to have a serious collection it becomes really hard to seed everything for long periods of time. The problem seeding is when uT completes a torrent the AMC script will rename and move the file in one of four ways:
The "Action --copy" option is probably the simplest and easyest method even though you would have to manually relocate content through uT to your organized folder and delete the copy in your seeding folder, if you wanted to seed for eternity without duplicates. So do some reading on that filebot amc script and use it to automatically process all your downloads. I really wish there was a better way to handle post processing within uT. Honestly how hard would it be for uT to integrate in a automatic rename/relocate natively so that we can have an organized media library AND seed?!?!? At the very least GIVE US SYMLINK SUPPORT!
All this being said, I am trying to find a solution that would seed all torrents indefinitely (this would be great if you were on a Private Tracker). If you are ok with seeding something for just a month or so, you can automatically stop the torrent after x amount of time seeding in the uT settings and then manually select and right click the finished torrents and click "remove and delete torrent + files", which would only give you a month worth of duplicates. In this case the AMC script will do exactly what you need it too.
Instead of toying with uTorrent's location, the script creates a mirror of the torrent files as folders/symlinks in another location. You can then manually rename / move the links in the place of your choice - the original data remained untouched. This script allows you to have your data scattered around several drives but still keep them all in the same folder somewhere.
Save it in your torrent download root as "symlinks.py". Place yourelf into it in command line, then by doing the following command, you mirror everything in the folder to another location - great as the first step:
This way, you get a new link everytime a download completes! It woks for files/folders, and the original data remains untouched. But be aware: If you change the original data's location, the links will cease to work!
If your not uploading the torrent your doing so much work for nothing. All you had to do was have a second HDD like I did install the program onto that drive and create folders for each torrents ie...complete, trash, torrents, download this way in the preferences each goes to the right folder/directory and you don't have to waste the time your doing to move when it will do it automatically for you. And even if you have one Large HDD this can still be done using my same method keeping files separate and saving you time and effort moving and trying to rename when that will accomplish next to nothing that I can read from this thread.