FYI, according to TorrentSpy, there are currently 44 seeders and 50 downloaders for the Global Frequency pilot
. That means you can download it pretty fast. If you do download it, courtesy suggests you should then upload ("seed") it, keeping the torrent going. Bittorrent
will do this automatically if you leave it running.
The network would probably consider file-sharing their unaired pilot to be a copyright violation, but from a moral point of view it's something they tossed in the trash. I don't see how they could argue they've been "damaged" in any way, except that whoever chose not to air it is probably feeling kinda lame right now.
UPDATE: Now there are 80 seeders and 140 downloaders...
Labels: pilot, rights
I don't know about fast, I'm getting 8K/s over a cable modem with 150 seeders.
Still, very much looking forward to watching it tomorrow when it finishes downloading.
Speed usually depends on three things: Bandwidth (You've got cable so no problem), the Bittorrent Client (I'd reccommend BiTornado it is the fastest I've seen, or Azureus-but you will need a powerful computer to run that one), and finally Open Ports (Bittorrent usually needs the port 6881 open on your computer however it depends on your Client program... If its not open you won't acheive the maximum potential of bittorrent.)
Slyck.com has a great tutorial on how to setup Bittorent.
Ah! So that would explain all the firewall warnings. It finally downloaded, but at least now I'll know what to do in the future.
global frequency is a pretty bad show - which doesnt explain why it wasn't picked up.
Got it downloaded. Blown away. Can't believe they didn't even show it. But, sadly, yes I can.
I am getting a bad link on the link to the torrent.
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