Windows explorer automatically treats a .zip file as a folder, right? You can select a file at a time from that archive without decompressing the entire thing. It think this is called "non-solid" archiving. Anyway, is there a client or a program that treats archives as folders so that you can create a torrent of separate files instead of seeding the entire archive? I'm looking for one that would seed each file in an archive individually without having to extract that archive. This would save me space while also providing the swarm access to each file individually, so I would like to see it implemented. I hope I explained myself fully, thanks.