Subject: ALL MASTERCLASS COURSES FROM 2020(263GB+)
I present to you a collection of Masterclass.com courses that I found a month ago, it has a total of 67 courses.
I know it's from 2020 and it might contain old courses, but I think it's pretty helpful since it got a lot of in it.
Hope this helps :)
Subject: Downloading a movie, but not checking the release date.. 🤦🏻♂️ I didn't want the 2010 Nightmare on Elm Street! 😂 I swear, I've done this 3 times in the last few weeks.
Subject: Got a 1Gb torrent for several albums. Download speed from Archive (.org) was going fine at about 6 or 7Mb/s, then stopped.. now it's down to single bytes? Internet is fine - tested some streams. Weird..
Subject: I think may have fucked my computer
Subject: why is windows 10 free?
Like why Microsoft now treat OSs like WinRAR, windows always was very easy to activate without paying Microsoft so why is Microsoft not blocking pirated windows 10?, And they keep pushing updates even for pirated versions, and people that pirated windows 7 upgrade to retail windows 10, its weird and that they didn't kill Mas or any other activators, so why Microsoft do this?
Subject: what is the website for immi warriors marketing courses
Hi guys, can someone please let me know what website I can download free marketing courses on?
I remember there was a website called immi warriors that had all the free courses but I am not sure how to find it as I tried immiwarriors.com but it doesn't go anywhere. I think I forgot the .com extension as it might not have been that one.
Is there an alternative for this? with plenty of courses for me to choose from?
Subject: A pirate's life 4 me
Just a meme I wanted to share & express my gratitude towards this community since it helped me enjoy the little (big) joys of digital life.
Subject: Question about an sport website.
Subject: Best Sites for a Newbie?
Hello guys. I have been a long time lurker, never posted. I was thinking of getting into piracy and was wondering best tips and such and best sites? Mostly for games (steam and stuff) and movies. Would love to not get banned from steam or anything. Thanks!
Subject: i downloaded utorrent
Subject: A beginner's guide for downloading movies from torrents
This is a guide for people who don't know how to check the quality of a movie before downloading it and how to download it from torrents. I was not able to find any posts like this on reddit when I was a beginner, so now I have made it. This is a practical, real-life guide, therefore everything might not sound "theoretically" correct.
Types of HD (720p) and Full HD (1080p) movies available:
Let's assume we are downloading a 2-hour movie. Searching on torrent sites, we will find:
Good quality HD (1280×720p): 2-3 GB ( commonly found )
Better quality HD: 4-5 GB ( less common)
Best quality HD: above 5GB ( less common )
Good quality FHD (1280×720p): 4-5 GB ( common )
Better quality: 6-10 GB ( common )
Best quality: above 12 GB ( less common )
Some Important terms:
Seeders: This term refers to users who have the complete file and are sharing it. For high-speed downloading, the number of seeders should be greater, but I have downloaded movies with seeders as low as 2 or 3, but fewer seeders means less speed and reliability.
Leechers: Leechers are the ones who are downloading the files like you. Torrent sites have a count of seeders and leechers, but usually they are incorrect. You should check it out for yourself by starting the download.
VPN: Use it or not? It depends on which country you live in. Better to find it out yourself.
Different Media formats:
Blu-Ray>WEB-DL/WEB-RIP>BD-Rip>BR-Rip>HD-RIP>DVDrip>HDTC>HDTS>HD/HQ-CAM: With the exception of the last three, all of these indicate high quality. On torrent sites, the most downloaded torrent file of any given movie is always going to be one of the best available. So, go with the flow. You don't have much choice.
HD/HQ-CAM: Someone smuggled an HD video camera into the actual movie theatre and secretly taped what was being shown. These movies have visual distortion and audience noises in the audio.
HDTS: Filmed in an empty cinema with the help of a professional camera, TS (Telesync) makes use of an external source of audio such as an audio jack. Even after making use of an external audio source, it cannot ensure audio is of good quality.
HDTC (PreDVD): There is a TC ( telecine ) machine that does the work of copying the film digitally from the reels. The sound and picture quality are very good. These three formats are used before the Blu-ray disc of a movie is released or it is launched on any streaming service, i.e., the movie is currently in theatres.
Some common codec standards:
Codec: A codec is simply the software that compresses your video so it can be stored and played back.
H.264/AVC: An excellent compression codec.
H.265/HEVC (high efficiency video coding): It's a newer and more advanced version of H.264.
You will find any one of these two codecs in most of the movies and both are good.
Bitrate: Most people have a misconception that the quality of a movie depends on whether it's 720p or 1080p, but a good quality movie has a high bitrate. The higher the bitrate, the larger the file size. You should aim for a bitrate of greater than 3000 kbps or 3 Mbps. The higher the better. If you have a 1080p movie with 3000 kbps and a 720p movie with a 4000 kbps bitrate, then 720p at 4000 kbps will come out as better. Bitrate is the reason YIYF and some other uploaders are able to encode a 720p movie in less than 1GB and a 1080p movie in less than 2GB. They keep the bitrate as low as 1000 kbps, so the quality is not very good.
A good quality HD movie will have at least a bitrate of 2500 kbps. A better quality HD movie will have a bitrate in the range of 3500-5000 kbps etc. A better quality FHD will have a bitrate in the range of 7000 kbps etc. This is no fixed rule, just what I have observed while downloading movies.
AAC: Designed to be the successor of the MP3 format. AAC is commonly used for stereo sound i.e. 2-channel audio (left and right from headphones)
Dolby Digital/AC3: The most common multi-channel format is Dolby Digital/AC3. It handles at most six channels (5.1). It's widely used in streaming services. The 6 channel 5.1 format means that it uses 5 speakers and one subwoofer to play audio. If you watch movies in a home theatre and have a couple of speakers, then it's good for you. Otherwise, it doesn't make sense if you use headphones for watching movies on a laptop, but still, this is popular and most probably the one you will find.
DTS: Kind of similar to AC3.
TrueHD: TrueHD is Dolby’s successor to AC3. This codec is lossless and supports eight channels.
DTS-HD MA: DTS's successor. It is lossless and supports eight channels.
Helpful hints for downloading TV shows and movies:
Best torrent sites: 1337x (it's proxy sites have more features), kick-ass, rrabg, YIYF, Pirates Bay, etc.
Best PC clients: qBittorrent, Deluge
Best apps for Android: flud>>Utorrent
Assume I want to download Daredevil season 1 episode 3 (s01e03). Since it dates back to 2015, I will rarely find seeders for an active single episode, so instead of looking for every single episode, I will find the complete season 1, which will have a chance of more seeders, then I will download it or a single episode by checking inside the torrent file from the application I am using for downloading if I have any time/data issues. You can easily check the list of files a torrent contains even before starting downloading it at the 1337x site.
Some TV shows are uploaded on the web in high quality, so try to download them from there instead of the torrent. In torrent, you don't know when you will run out of seeders, resulting in slow speed and a waste of time and data. If possible, prefer web to torrent for speed and reliability.
The size and quality of the movie can be better appreciated by watching it on TV, or at least on a laptop. If you like binge watching on smaller screens like mobile phones, then the difference in quality/resolution between 2GB and 5GB videos becomes even less noticeable. In the end, download according to your time, data and device preference.
Subject: Multiversus DLC
Subject: Can i burn blueray CDs for a jailbroken ps4?
Subject: small softwares like autokeyboards.
Anyone know where I can find unpopular or small softwares like autokeyboards? I'm not looking for autoclickers. I tried the sources on the megathread but none of them had any. I down loaded one from 1337x or what ever the site was and it was malware.
Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
Subject: what are the newest technologies of downloading files?
Subject: it's the least I could do
Subject: How do I find PDFs of Japanese books?
Given Japan's strict anti-piracy policy, isn't it difficult to find PDF versions of Japanese books from the internet? I don't mean anime related works, and it just so happens that several of the Japanese books I'm looking for are non-fiction, but I can't find their PDFs at Zlibrary ,Libgen, etc., so I'm wondering if there's no other way to try?
Subject: Home Media Server - Setup
Hello fellow pirates, I would like to share with you my home setup and ask for advice from people that have similar apparatus:
- Raspberry PI 4 model B
- Plex media server with Radarr and sonarr
- An external HD connected through USB 3.0
Everything works fine, but I have a couple of issues / doubts:
- Most medias bluray 1080p do not play correctly, there's a lot of buffering, and I see that the CPU is 100% usage, I have to use the 720p releases most of the times. Do I need something more powerful than the raspberry (there's only one device playing at any given time) or there's a way to optimize it ? Maybe sending the decoding load to the client ?
- Connected to the point above, is the USB HD not optimal ? Are there any different solutions I can deploy ?
- In general, any advices to improve the setup ?
Subject: how to do dis???
Subject: TeaTV 10.4.4 on the Firestick
I've been looking around for the newest version of TeaTV that is optimized or at least fully functional on the 4K Firestick. I was previously using version 10.4.2 and I think the latest is 10.4.4, which I installed using the Send Files to TV app, but now I can't fully navigate the TeaTV UI. For example, on 10.4.2 I could scroll down to see related titles (though I had to hold left to scroll back for some reason) However, I can't do that at all with any of the 10.4.4 downloads I've tried so far even with mouse toggle on (which I really don't want to use btw). Does anybody know why this is and if there's a way around it? I like TeaTV because of how easy it is and could still go back to older version if all else fails. Any recommendations or suggestions for is very much appreciated.