i have a great dvd i would like to share but need some help
Posted 06 July 2012 - 03:56 PM
its pro shot dvd
independance day - paris
wrecking ball - isle of wight
death to my hometown - isle of wight
shackled & drawn - isle of wight
twist & shout - isle of wight
spirit in the night - rio
no surrender - rio
becuase the night - rio
she's the one - rio
im on fire - rio
shackled & drawn - rio
The river - rio
twist & shout - rio
when i leave berlin - germany
death to my hometown - pinkpop
spirit int he night - pinkpop
im on fire - pinkpop
shackled - pinkpop
american skin - tampa
Posted 06 July 2012 - 09:02 PM
cheers but complicated.
It doesn't have to be complicated. I will assume that the DVD is already finished and authored. I will also assume that you want to upload it on Jungleland. Here are the steps:
1. Organize what you will share
Ok - so you rip the CDs or DVDs to your computer. Put all the tracks in a single folder and name the folder correctly with date and location.
2. Create a torrent
Download a version of uTorrent (if you don't already have it).
It has a tool that will allow you to create a .torrent file. This .torrent file is what gets uploaded to the tracker - not the entire show. Click on file > create new torrent. Then click on add directory in the window that opens and navigate to where you put the folder.
In the box where it says torrent properties - Trackers: put the following address: (this only works for the Jungleland tracker)
Down at the bottom click "create and save as". It will create a .torrent file - save it on the same drive but not in the same folder as the folder you will share.
3. Upload the .torrent file to the tracker
Fill in the form then click on "upload torrent file".
Now your torrent is on the tracker but you are not seeding or sharing it yet. Go to the tracker main page and download your own torrent file. When you are asked where to save the files - navigate to where you saved the original folder that you ripped the CD to and that you used to make the .torrent file and select that folder. The file will go through a checking process in uTorrent and then begin seeding or sharing. Make sure you seed it long enough that there are a few other "seeds" or full copies before shutting the torrent down.
Simple - right?
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Posted 06 July 2012 - 09:21 PM
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