• How To Post a Collection (NZB)

    Did you forgot to fetch the info, forget to add a link, upload the wrong NZB, forget PAR2 files?

    No problem.

    How to Edit a Collection

    Hover over the end of the release title and you should see a pencil, click that...



    Now as above in the guide, if you find a NFO, just copy/paste the NFO into the NFO box and click Scrape and Fetch..and it will do the rest..

    Okay, now did you upload the wrong NZB or forget PAR2 files?
    No problem once again...

    How to Edit the Binaries

    From the Edit Collection page (see above), click Manage Binaries.



    How to Add More Binaries

    Now same as before when you were first creating your collection, click Select File, find the NZB that you want to add, and then click Upload NZB.

    Notes:
    When adding additional NZBs, the original binaries are not deleted.
    If you upload an NZB containing the original binaries AND the new ones, only the new ones will be added.
    If you want to upload an entire NEW nzb (in other words, replace what was uploaded previously) then you need to manually remove the old binaries.
    How to Remove Binaries

    If you want to remove binaries that is easy as well.

    Again, make sure you are on the Manage Binaries page (see above).

    Use the Binary Editor (Existing Binaries block) to select the binaries that you want to remove. There are buttons for Select All, Inverse, and None to make it easier.
    At bottom click Remove Selected Binaries, it will then ask you to confirm, and they are then removed from this collection.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: How to upload NZB's to FileSharingTalk started by SonsOfLiberty View original post
    Comments 12 Comments
    1. tesco's Avatar
      tesco -
      Updated this quite a bit today...
    1. mjmacky's Avatar
      mjmacky -
      You think the categories should be updated for movies and tv shows (e.g. x264 480p or x264 SDTV), it seems that the scene will be pushing x264 for sdtv content now, based on this "http://scenerules.irc.gs/n.html?id=2010_SDTVX264.nfo". I don't know how these things work, but when adopted, having all those releases being posted under Misc will be just kind of weird.
    1. tesco's Avatar
      tesco -
      When we see a new category is needed we add it, and remove ones that are no longer in use.
      When x264 sdtv releases start coming in we will adapt.

      edit: Apparently that thing is nuked, not signed by real groups.
    1. mjmacky's Avatar
      mjmacky -
      Really, already nuked, what was it a troll? I was actually excited, since recently it's been harder to come across the HD versions of some shows. I wouldn't mind the SD so much if they were using a good codec. So question then, what happens to all the ones that are put under Misc if a new category is created, will they get moved or will they be stuck under Misc (currently where SD x264 stuff resides).

      Edit: On that site it just looks like it's not signed yet, still drafting revisions or something.
    1. tesco's Avatar
      tesco -
      Quote Originally Posted by mjmacky View Post
      Really, already nuked, what was it a troll? I was actually excited, since recently it's been harder to come across the HD versions of some shows. I wouldn't mind the SD so much if they were using a good codec. So question then, what happens to all the ones that are put under Misc if a new category is created, will they get moved or will they be stuck under Misc (currently where SD x264 stuff resides).

      Edit: On that site it just looks like it's not signed yet, still drafting revisions or something.
      Some of it will be moved, depends on how much there is to move...

      I was excited too, I'm regularly going over my bandwidth cap so was going to start grabbing the x264 sd stuff instead of 720p...
    1. mjmacky's Avatar
      mjmacky -
      Saw the new Movie category NZBs - Movies - x264 SD
      Nice!
      Can't wait till TV catches up.
    1. lorraine02's Avatar
      lorraine02 -
      there is still some skills when posting files on it . and the links
    1. steve1701's Avatar
      steve1701 -
      Im new so thanks for the post looks very helpful
    1. LMathew1977's Avatar
      LMathew1977 -
      are there options on what format download, .nzb, .rar, etc? thanx
    1. tesco's Avatar
      tesco -
      Quote Originally Posted by LMathew1977 View Post
      are there options on what format download, .nzb, .rar, etc? thanx
      This thread is regarding the posting of the NZBs, not downloading. When uploading NZBs, .nzb and .zip are supported.

      But to answer your question, the options for downloading are NZB and ZIP. There is no RAR support at the moment.
      To download as a zipped nzb, when you go to download instead of clicking "Create .NZB" click ".ZIP" beside it.
    1. yogk1's Avatar
      yogk1 -
      the article looks good with quality of content..
    1. DaDon's Avatar
      DaDon -
      I always prefer NZB's, they are just "Better"

      Dadon