For great tv episode torrents go to eztv they deal with just tv series. http://eztv.it/showlist/ for all other torrents now that mininova is being an ass go to torrenz, http://www.torrentz.com/search
torrenz gives you different websites to get the torrent from,
good torrents never tell u what to use as ur player, they are usually avi files and are NOT rar’d
as for a good codec, i use div x, it does give u a player also but i dont use the player, i have it just for the codec, i use windows media player to watch my stuff, or just my dvd player.
hope this helps ppls
I’m really stupid about these things, and fell for the same thing, won’t even try to download the damn player. Just a question: is it safe ti assume that torrents for older and not so popular movies are not fake? I found a torrent for “In a savage land”, which wasn’t much of a success back in the day, should I try it? Or are these created automatically, based on your search?
Help, I’m dying to see the film but with my connection it’s going to take me like 10 hours to download it...I’d hate if it turned out to be a fake after so much effort (that is, me staring at the screen). THANKS for any advice!!
There is a new cold war. This time it is on teh internetz!!
That’s a rumor?
de movie i downloaded is askin me to download movie x player i tried but no use help me out in tis!!
I have an avi movie I wanted to burn avi to DVD and it comes up with a message saying that I have to have movie x player to play this file and sends me to this URL:
Is there any way I can convert this and get it to play?
I’m amazed that in 2013 people who deal with downloads 'still' aint giving out the correct basic answers to questions on the internet :-(
Ifa video file shows 'any' kind of message saying you must use a specific video player download, then it’s a fake - it’s never ever been anything any different. They want you to go on their own (usually) spyware infested website, to download a video player that will (usually) install spyware & redirect your homepage etc. etc.
No video file has two layers - one to play a warning clip, and another that’s the full film hiding in the background. No codec or software can get around the problem because the actual 'film' isn’t even there, it never was - the file being 700+ Mb on a download isn’t real, it’s a fake short video clip, which has had it’s file length modified so it’s made to appear longer to Windows/Linux/Mac etc.
Look around at so many websites, you’l see about 5 DOWNLOAD buttons, yet only 1 will start downloading, the others just take you to spyware & malware websites to pay for 'system cleaners' rubbishy software - I guess they must actually make a lot of money doing this trickery or they’d not be bothering in the first place ?
So anyway, that’s the full thing - Any file that tells you to download a specific video or music player, is a fake file hoping to get you to buy some other rubbishy software, and after it all, you still wont have your pirated film. That’s as good as it gets :-)