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    I am having a nightmare sourcing films. I use mainly newsleech, grabit and have quick par and winrar to unpack the necessary files.

    But sourcing complete titles with the correct format such as avi, mpeg4 and divxs not that easy.

    Can anybody help, give me advice or any information please.

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    I never said I was that smart. What do you mean by "sourcing"?

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    Use the nzb index here. It is broken into sections such as XviD, DVDR, HD, etc.
    https://filesharingtalk.com/vb3/nzb-index/

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    Quote Originally Posted by hugoblank View Post
    I never said I was that smart. What do you mean by "sourcing"?

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    Hugo
    Meaning finding the actual films.
    When I search for a film via newsleech, I end up getting either a complete dvdrip from 5-10gb which when i download it is never always complete, or there are lots of small files listed between 100 kb to 1.5 mb, which cant be right can it?

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    rippinitup4fun's Avatar alt.binaries.*
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    Quote Originally Posted by drunkenm4ster View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by hugoblank View Post
    I never said I was that smart. What do you mean by "sourcing"?

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    Hugo
    Meaning finding the actual films.
    When I search for a film via newsleech, I end up getting either a complete dvdrip from 5-10gb which when i download it is never always complete, or there are lots of small files listed between 100 kb to 1.5 mb, which cant be right can it?
    Who is your provider? It sounds like a retention issue.

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    Have you tried nzbmatrix, or binsearch. I take it you're looking for an nzb for a particular film.

    Reagrds,

    Hugo

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    Quote Originally Posted by drunkenm4ster View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by hugoblank View Post
    I never said I was that smart. What do you mean by "sourcing"?

    Regards,

    Hugo
    Meaning finding the actual films.
    When I search for a film via newsleech, I end up getting either a complete dvdrip from 5-10gb which when i download it is never always complete, or there are lots of small files listed between 100 kb to 1.5 mb, which cant be right can it?

    Make sure the real 4.7gb and up movies your trying to get are within your servers retention...and you can filter out all small bogus files in newzleech by clicking advanced and put 100mb or so into the minimum filesize box to weed out all bogus files and extensions

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    Quote Originally Posted by rippinitup4fun View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by drunkenm4ster View Post

    Meaning finding the actual films.
    When I search for a film via newsleech, I end up getting either a complete dvdrip from 5-10gb which when i download it is never always complete, or there are lots of small files listed between 100 kb to 1.5 mb, which cant be right can it?
    Who is your provider? It sounds like a retention issue.
    Giganews

    Thanks for the info
    Last edited by drunkenm4ster; 03-28-2009 at 04:35 PM.

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