About Bit Torrent Scene
- How to download torrents from Bit Torrent Scene?
- What to do if I want you to remove certain copyrighted files from your site?
- I've got a suggestion, how can I reach you?
This small FAQ explains some of the questions rised by BitTorrent -- the P2P content distribution system.
- What is BitTorrent?
- Where can I get BitTorrent?
- How do I install the client?
- Why does it take so long to start a big download?
- The file size looks complete, but the download keeps running. Why?
- Can I resume an interrupted download?
- How can I be sure the downloaded file isn't broken?
- Why should I leave BitTorrent running after the download?
- How can I stop BitTorrent from uploading?
- Is BitTorrent safe to use? Does it expose my computer or files?
- Does BitTorrent work through firewall or NAT?
- How do I make my own torrents?
- What is rar and zip files?
- What about trackers?
- What is seeds and peers?
- What is image files?
- Why should i register?
- What is avi files?
How to download torrents from Bit Torrent Scene?
What to do if I want you to remove certain copyrighted files from your site?
First and foremost, is it important to remember that BTScene is a real time 3rd party torrent comparison search engine. All torrents are provided by 3rd parties and aggregated in a friendly and simple matter into BTScene's search engine. This means that any search results found on the site link to 3rd party download landing pages and are not within our control.
Please note that we do not host any illegal content on this site. The torrent (metadata) files do not contain data that might be copyrighted in any way.
We are in correspondence with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act ("DMCA") and general international copyright laws.
However, we offer a service to remove torrents from our site if the copyright holder of the software requests so.
Copyright Infringement Notification Requirements
- You must present an evidence that shows that you are the copyright holder or that you are acting on behalf of the copyright holder
- You provide the exact links to the torrents, no complete (sub)categories or search queries.
- Example 1: http://www.btsone.cc/something-tfxxxxxxx.html
- Example 2: http://btsone.cc/something-tfxxxxxxx.html
- You provide the complete name(s) of the content in question.
- You provide complete contact information (including the name and phone number of the contact person), not a general anti-piracy mail address.
You must agree to and include the following statements:
- We have good faith & belief that the use of the described material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.
- The information in the notification is accurate, and under penalty of perjury, that the complaining party is authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed.
If your request complies with all of these rules, send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please keep the correspondence polite. We remove postings as soon as we can, usually within 24 hours,do not ask for a reply it is sure that we have proceed the request. Keep in mind that mails not applying to the above rules will be ignored.
I've got a suggestion, how can I reach you?
Suggestions, ideas and fixes are always welcome. Note that we cannot help you with problems regarding your downloaded files. Please contact the administrators of this site at email@example.com.
What is BitTorrent?
BitTorrent is a content distribution system that distributes the downloads among peer downloaders. In essence when you're downloading with BitTorrent, you are simultaneously uploading the same file to other downloaders. More information:
Where can I get BitTorrent?
- uTorrent (a lightweight and easy-to-use client)
- Azureus (a more advanced BitTorrent client)
- BitComet (a user-friendly BitTorrent client)
How do I install the client?
Installing BitTorrent couldn't be simpler. Just download the installer and run it. There will be no icons to be seen in either Start manu or desktop. BitTorrent associates itself with .torrent files and launches them automatically when you download or open them.
Why does it take so long to start a big download?
BitTorrent allocates space for the file to be downloaded before actually starting the download. That means that BT writes a "dummy" file that has the exact size of the file being downloaded, just filled with zeroes.
The file size looks complete, but the download keeps running. Why?
See the question above. The file isn't complete until the transfer meter has reached 100%.
Can I resume an interrupted download?
Yes. Just open the .torrent again either by double clicking the file on your harddisk, if you saved it there, or clicking the link again on the web page. Then point the download to the same exact directory you started downloading to -- BitTorrent will automatically inspect the already downloaded file and resume downloading.
How can I be sure the downloaded file isn't broken?
BitTorrent checks downloaded parts using cryptographic hashing (SHA1). When the download is complete, it is also completely verified and OK. If it isn't, then the original file was already corrupt.
Why should I leave BitTorrent running after the download?
It's considered a good practice to leave BitTorrent running even after your download is complete -- if everyone closes their downloads there will be no "seeds", or complete downloaders to download from. Please try and leave the client running atleast until your "share ratio" is 1.0 or more, i.e. when you have uploaded atleast as much data as you have downloaded.
How can I stop BitTorrent from uploading?
Some clients allow you to adjust the rate at which data is being uploaded to other clients. However there's little point in doing this, since other BitTorrent clients determine the amount of data you receive by the rate you upload at. If you don't upload at all, your transfers will slow down to a crawl.
Is BitTorrent safe to use?
Absolutely. It only uploads the file you are downloading. It has no access to your private files, and it doesn't expose your computer or your private data to the outside world.
Does BitTorrent work through firewall or NAT?
Yes, but it works faster if other peers can connect to you. If you are able to, open ports 6881-6890 in your firewall and/or define port forwarding from ports 6881-6890 of your NAT box to the corresponding ports on client computer running BitTorrent.
How do I make my own torrents?
Serving files over BitTorrent is a bit more complicated, and won't be covered here. In essence you need a tracker to announce the torrent, and a web server to host the .torrent -file itself.
What is rar and zip files?
RAR-ZIP archives are compressed files.In order to extract the files you need a program like winrar.These archives may require a password to extract them,that's why spammers use archived files so often.So how you can easily identify spam torrent?If you check the torrent's internal files and you see files like read me,compiler,problems click here,password most propably this is fake or spam torrent.Be carefull cause readme.txt is in the majority of torrent so it is not a clear evidence of fake torrent.
What about trackes?
A tracker is essential for bittorrent protocol,is a computer which coordinate's the whole system.The majority of torrents has multiple trackers,that is very important,it means that even if the major tracker requires registration or it is down is still possible to download the torrent cause it uses other trackers too.If a torrent is marked as registered that means you have to register to the tracker in order to download the file.
What is seeds and peers?
Seeds and Peers of a torrent is very important and it is difficult for a torrent indexer to be accurate at this.So even if seeds(people who already downloaded the file and they seeding it) or peers(people who are not yet finished the downloading but they seeding too as much as they downloaded) are shown zero,still it may be possible to download the file.
What is image files?
Image files such as .iso .daa .nrg etc are disk images and you can use it with many ways.You can write the image file to a disk(you must burn it as an image file not simply write the file to a disk) and then use it or you can use Daemon tools or Alcohol etc.
Why should i register?
You can always register for free, but it is important to use the extra features by logging in to your account.It gives you the oportunity to vote for torrents, leave comments, avoid ads, see your uploaded torrents and many more features that will be added.Doing all that you can help torrent community to be stronger and clean,the way internet users want it ;).
What is avi files?
.avi files are video files that need some codecs to view them you can check Free codecs for more info.