Subject: the office the complete season
Subject: Cross Over for free. Thanks to u/Weak-village88 , You can run .exe files on mac using it.
Subject: Free version of crossover , Run software (.exe) on Mac ! Creddit to my boi below
Subject: (wii) installed homebrew channel, now how can I load games from usb/sd
Subject: What to do if mobilism doesn't have what I need?
Subject: piracy youtubers?
Subject: Why are 2160p uploads either not compatible with most devices or really greyed out?
So, I've been using rarbg.to, and since I'm fortunate enough to have a 4k monitor, I prefer to download 2160p tv shows and movies. But I've noticed a recurring theme, which is that immediately, there will be 3 versions to download of the show at 2160.
Two of them will state "There is a very limited amount of devices that can play dv muxed this way so keep that in mind before downloading." though the screenshot previews look good. But it's correct, if I download them and try to play them, they will be all messed up (wrong purple or green tint on the video).
The final 2160p version I can download will look really greyed out. What I mean is that the screenshot previews will be really grey and lack colour and vibrancy, and indeed when I download them, the video is super greyed out for some reason. (Could it be because my monitor is only 8bit colour or something?)
Anyways, so as a result none of the 2160p videos are watchable and I end up having to grab one of the 1080p videos which don't look great when played on my 4k or 2k monitor. Is there a reason for these issues with the 2160p downloads? Am I doing something wrong and in fact I should be able to play these videos on my pc?
Subject: Crunchyroll going to paid only business model
Subject: Where can i find a safe windows 10 activator?
Subject: (Dark Souls Remastered) No matter what I do I just cant get my controller working for this game.
Subject: Finding artist on kemono party
Subject: Where do pirates actually store their files?
So I found out that Piratebay and torrent sites are just "phonebooks". They just tell you where to download the files you need, but they don't store the files.
Where do pirates and the scene store their files so that the public can freely share them around the world? And why can't the cops track the source of these files?
Subject: Does Sky Sports Go UK allow you to download sports match for offine viewing on Android?
Subject: Any good lookmovie alternatives?
Subject: Well.. It's time to go full pirate, I guess.
Subject: It do be like that sometimes. And that's why you download it first.
Subject: Alternative way of downloading PSA encodes
Subject: I will not shut up about buying old consoles and old games for a fraction of the OG price on facebook marketplace.
Subject: Automating Youtube Downloads
I want to download a bunch of videos from a youtube channel. Before I've been happy to just use pwnyoube.com, but at the time, I've been using one or two videos, so the time sink isn't so bad. I'd like to do this for 50/60+ videos, and was wondering if there is a better, smoother way to do it.
Ideally I'd like a place where I just paste a youtube link in and it instantly starts downloading the video file as an mp3 (only care about the audio).
If you have suggestions please let me know. Working on Mac.
Subject: Russian developers of Loop Hero allowed downloading their game from torrents due to availability of Steam [translation in comments]