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Episode 109: Computer Making Music & Personal Flight RecorderMeet CCRMA, a group of musical makers who stretch the sonic boundaries by turning personal computers into an electronic symphony. In the Workshop, John Park hacks a Wii controller and turns it into a personal flight recorder that can measure the G forces of roller coasters and other high-speed activities. In the Toolbox segment, William Gurstelle demonstrates the slick, back-cutting action of a super-sharp Japanese saw. The Maker Channel features a tesla coil-powered guitar amp, an RFID reader implanted in a human hand, and LED fan sign to bring to baseball games, and a solar powered bicycle gondola.




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In order for the others to be able to access (download) the content you want to share they must possess the .torrent file you have just created for that content first. Therefore you'll have to make sure that you propagate it through some means. The most used and easy way is to upload the .torrent file on a torrent index web site, from where other users who are searching for the respective content will be able to download it and after that, their clients will automatically initiate BitTorrent downloads from you, by using the metadata information contained inside the .torrent file to locate the eventual tracker and eventually you as a seeder as well as the other peers in the swarm.


If you do not intend to upload the torrent on a private tracker index site then you should use only publicly open trackers which allow connections from anyone without requiring prior registration. Also in this case you shouldn't enable the private flag for your .torrent file, since that will prevent DHT and PEX from working in the future swarm and the torrent it's more likely to die sooner. You can easily get lists of the most used public tracker URLs from the Internet; we won't provide any URL here since the Internet is a highly dynamic environment and an eventual list would require constant maintenance in order to be up-to-date.


Once your .torrent file is created you'll come to the step of uploading it on a torrent index site. On each index site you should find detailed instructions on how to upload the .torrent file on their site; some of them will even have a running tracker which you may add in your .torrent file, so it's a good idea to check that first, before creating the .torrent file. Once you've uploaded the .torrent file you're pretty much done.


After that all that's left for you to do, is to upload the .torrent file on one or more index sites and wait for other peers to find the stuff you shared on that site, download the .torrent file and start downloading from you. Therefore, don't forget to leave your client and the task running continuously for a while (at least until you can see another one or two additional seeds created inside the swarm).


Note however, that for large files or file-sets (between a few GB and several tens of GB, or larger) the piece size in automatic mode may tend to become very large (2-4MB) in order to keep the .torrent file of a small size. This is not a very good thing, since a large piece size will often lead to slower piece propagation in the initial phase of the swarm, less efficient transactions inside the swarm and will often result in large amounts of garbage data for peers who have unreliable connections (the hash-check is performed only after the whole piece is received by a BitTorrent client).


Therefore if you see that the default setting results in large piece size, you could experiment with manual settings of the piece size (trying to keep it no bigger than 1MB). As long as your .torrent file doesn't get very big (it stays under, let's say, 1MB) that should be OK for very large file-sets. HTTP index sites can handle the download of .torrent files of this size, relatively easy, and a smaller piece size results in far more efficient transactions inside the swarm, faster initial propagation of the pieces and less rubbish data for other peers.


In general, you should try to find a compromise between the piece size and the resulting size of the .torrent file, but as a thumb rule try not to get over 1MB piece size even for very big file-sets. If your .torrent file gets too big, then it's a sign that you should probably split your file-set and upload it in different, related torrents (e.g. MyContent - Part I.torrent, MyContent - Part II.torrent etc.)


Web seeding was implemented in 2006 as the ability of BitTorrent clients to download torrent pieces from an HTTP source in addition to the swarm. The advantage of this feature is that a site may distribute a torrent for a particular file or batch of files and make those files available for download from that same web server; this can simplify seeding and load balancing greatly once support for this feature is implemented in the various BitTorrent clients. In theory, this would make using BitTorrent almost as easy for a web publisher as simply creating a direct download while allowing some of the upload bandwidth demands to be placed upon the downloaders (which normally use only a very small portion of their upload bandwidth capacity). Read more here. BitComet implemented this feature from version 1.14, and supports the Getright Webseeding spec.


If you know the HTTP source of a file that is the same as the source file (or the URL of the source file), you can enter the URL here. This is helpful for downloaders to acquire data, or in other words, download, from the HTTP server, in this way improving the downloading speeds and torrent health.


There are some torrent editor software, which allow you to edit a torrent file. But here, this software can create torrent files from the scratch and then you can distribute them. There are even some free torrent creators available, but they can only make one file at a time. And that is where this free software come in handy. You just have to select a file and it will create the corresponding torrent for you.


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle []).push(); How to Batch Create Torrent Files in Windows?DoTorrent-GUI is an open source software to batch create torrent files from various media or other types of files. It keeps the whole process by providing an intuitive interface. All you have to do is select target files, specify the other parameters like trackers and generate torrent files.


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle []).push(); Step 2: Specify the input files for which you want to generate the torrent files. You can specify the folder which contains the target files. Next, you can specify the details of the seeds and trackers in the software. It will use these for each torrent file that you will create.


Step 3: Now, you are all ready to start. Just hit the Create button and it will start creating the torrent files corresponding to each item in the source directory. It asks you where you want to save the finally generated torrent files.


BitTorrent has more than 170 million active users. Due to its small file size, BitTorrent is widely used for transferring large files, such as movies, TV shows, etc. If you want to stream a movie from a torrent without downloading the full movie, here are top 10 torrent movies players.


Stermio is an all in one video streaming application. With it, you can easily find TV series and movies to watch and browse videos from many sources like Netflix, iTunes, HBO, YouTube and so on. To stream torrents, all you need to is install the needed addon.


It leverages torrenting -- a popular file-sharing method associated with piracy -- to spread the malware. Popular torrent files, especially games, are packaged with malicious coding and then uploaded for unsuspecting users to download.


RAUM's developers have created a slick interface for their product. It can monitor the status of the malicious torrent files over popular sites such as The Pirate Bay and ExtraTorrent, which often act as a directory for users to download pirated content.


To infect more users, the makers of RAUM were also on the lookout for known uploaders of torrent files. They would then hijack their accounts, and use them to spread even more malicious torrent files.


The makers of RAUM are believed to be an Eastern European organized crime group known as Black Team, according to InfoArmor. The underground forums where the tool is sold are invite-only, with the verification process of new members quite strict.


If you are with Windows Vista or Windows 7, you can use Windows DVD Maker to convert and burn torrent videos to DVD for free. Windows DVD Maker, which ships with Vista and Windows 7, guides you through the process of burning a professional-looking DVD that can be watched on a TV using a common DVD player. You can also use the program to create menus, scene selection pages, and titles.


With Windows DVD Maker, you can burn torrent movies which are in AVI, WMV etc. format to DVD. If you want to burn HD torrent movies like MKV, M2TS, or common torrent movies like MP4, MOV to DVD, professional Torrent to DVD Converter is a great tool to burn all kinds of videos to DVD. (More details, please refer to Solution 3.)


If you are not with Windows Vista or Windows 7, or Windows DVD Maker does not work for you, the other alternative is ImgBurn. ImgBurn is a totally free DVD burning software which is able to burn torrent movies to DVD for free.


DVD Creator has been well-known as the best and easiest Torrent to DVD Converter to convert and burn torrent videos to DVD disc which can be played on a common DVD player. This Torrent to DVD Converter supports almost all video formats, including AVI, MKV, WMV, MP4, MOV, MPG, MPEG, TOD, MOD, VOB, 3GP, FLV, RMVB, RM, DAT, ASF and HD videos MTS, M2TS, TS, TP, TRP, etc.


Now you are aware of how to convert and burn torrent videos to DVD for free. Download a tool and burn your torrent movies to DVD today! This DVD Burning Software could also burn many other videos to DVD disc.


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