RZetlin said:There are only two P2P that I use:
eMule: The best I have used so far. Each file uses a hash link to verify the file so it's almost impossible to download a corrupted file. Multi-source downloads is supported as well, so you can get the file from more than one source. I found a lot of rare files which can't be found other networks. The credit system insures that everybody shares. No leechers on this network. The downside - if you're starting out don't expect to get your downloads right away because of queues and credit system.
RZetlin said:Bittorrent: Fast and supports the hashing. The downside is it requires a tracker for it to work - the files don't last long on the network.
also you can get bans kicks before you'll be able to download sth. or have to be invited to a channel, and it's not always fast...RZetlin said:IRC: It's not P2P, but it usually fast. Downside is the lack of hashing and queues can be a problem.
That's why you use websites like fileDonkey to verify the file download.KanedA said:yeah you're right but... it's slow, lot's of garbage and fake files :/ this network begins to look like KazAaa
Depends on the channel, and whether or not if you have read the rules.also you can get bans kicks before you'll be able to download sth. or have to be invited to a channel, and it's not always fast...
Fansubs like Anime Fansubs?Kiroshi said:I use irc for fansubs . BT is ok but most BT sites are going down. I'm looking for something like kazaa but better (if it exists) or is DC++ my only hope?
Well of course Anime Fansubs :thumb: Most of the time I'm in animone and anime-kraze's channels. A-Kraze has the fastest bots I get their released way fastRZetlin said:Fansubs like Anime Fansubs?
BT and eMule are your only hope.
For eMule, Animereactor is the place is go.
But whatever you are looking for, (legal ones or not) especially if you are using torrent search engines, 80% of sites where you end up are quite faaaaar from grey area...Kane-Sama said:>BT is ok but most BT sites are going down.
Grey sites are staying, but black sites are being targeted.