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    Couldn't find this tracker here, as it's my favorite at the moment for high quality HD movies.
    first they don't allow scene hd movies, which is a plus point for me, don't get me wrong love the scene releases but not when it comes to hd movies
    second love their design lay-out as it is different from other hd tracker , some like it some dont gotta respect that also offcourse
    third very friendly staff and helpfull what i experienced so far
    fourth Going to do a review of the hd tracker soon

    Alright the review nothing fancy just copy and pasted it and added some minor modifications:

    by FNS

    The BitTorrent ecosystem is changing – earlier, the trend was for P2P groups to team up with well known private trackers to pre their releases exclusively on those sites. Today, we have groups building their own trackers to release content directly to their fans. We’ve already seen iMAGiNE (UnleashThe.Net) do this recently and today’s post is about another new tracker launched by a veteran P2P movie encoder group, FraMeSToR. FraMeSToR’s tracker specializes in high definition content including 3DBD, BD25, REMUX & other Blu Ray encodes, 720p,1080p/1080i movie and TV shows and even lossless FLAC music. Unlike most other sites you see out there, FraMeSToR-HD plans to have (and already has) a lot of exclusive encodes including internal releases by groups such as FraMeSToR, MERC, and HDMaNiAcS.



    Rather than jumping straight into a public launch, FraMeSToR-HD staff made the wise move to beta test the tracker for several weeks. Mot of the bugs have now been ironed out and the end result is a pretty stable torrent site. FHD’s backstory and the type of content it will track is explained in detail in the following E-mail sent to us by staff:

    Introduction
    It is our great pleasure to announce that work is almost complete and we are on the break of launching our brand new FraMeSToR HD Tracker. Yes, after being on a couple of well respected sites, we felt the urge of taking matters into our own hands and start our own torrent community that will be driven with the same open mentality and spirit that brought FraMeSToR to where it is now. We will try to bring a place that will have both quality and quantity and will be fun to be a part off.
    How do we see this community?
    It will be a solid encoder base and hangout. We will not be the only internal group of this tracker and we have already recruited 2 other groups that we are proud to have on board. We believe that they represent the same quality standards as we do while still doing their own ways and using their methods. I'm even sure, more are yet to follow. By doing this, we have created a claiming of encodes option on sources like full blurays, remuxes, etc...... so whoever of our internal groups claims it, you will be sure that there will be a good encode to follow.
    What will be offered on this tracker?

    * FraMeSToR 720p, 1080p, REMUX and BD25 encodes
    * MERC (untouched Blu-rays EUR source)
    * HDMaNiAcS (Internal)
    * Full Blurays
    * 3D blurays and encodes
    * 720p and 1080p Encodes from our internals
    * TV captures
    * TV encodes
    * Music Blurays and encodes
    * HD audiotracks
    * FLAC music

    Are scene encodes allowed?
    Only for TV series. Not for movies. We believe that the scene has nothing to do with quality encoding of HD content and do not wish it on our site.
    Is there a reward system?
    Yes there is. Although we won't use freeleech directly on torrents, we have a very good seeding bonus system that gets you points per hour per seeding torrent. Those points can be exchanged for more upload, V.I.P status and other goods. I think people will be quite satisfied.
    In short:
    We would like to create a huge HD Archive. One that has quantity and quality with a solid encoder base. Add a good mentality to it and I think a good and solid community is born.
    Kind regards
    The FraMeSToR HD Team

    FHD seems to be running on a modified xbtit codebase and the interface is user friendly and navigable. Some of the torrent categories and part of the main torrent index can be seen in the screenshot below:



    Although a brand new site, FHD starts off with some strong statistics – the site already has over 1000 registered members and tracks over 330 torrents (most of them exclusive encodes). Expect these numbers to grow rapidly in the coming days as news of this tracker spreads around the BitTorrent community.

    If you are interested in becoming a member of FraMeSToR-HD, you are in luck. The site is having open registrations for the moment.

    FraMeSToR-HD: http://tracker.framestor-hd.org

    Signup URL: Framestor.org Signup

    Freeleech at the moment till the 10th of april
    Last edited by SpecialEFX; 03-30-2011 at 07:50 PM.



  2. BitTorrent   -   #2
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    Yeah there OK i guess. Its just i would rather download 10 extra gigs to get the full bluray instead of their 13-15 gig 1080p encodes sometimes. And the forums they had originally with all the great encoding help and info are all gone. What happened. Now all they have are some BS posts about taking screen shots and stuff like that. They really dropped the ball starting this tracker. Their forums were top of the line and now they are all gone. Dont get me wrong their stuff looks really good but how can it not. Its all huge. Show me encodes at 1080p at 5-7 gigs with no loss of quality and those are the real encoders. I mean no disrespect at all but come on.
    Last edited by eMwolB; 04-01-2011 at 05:16 AM.

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    Yeah because using an axed bitrate bodes well.
    Ellipses go here.

  4. BitTorrent   -   #4
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    Quote Originally Posted by eMwolB View Post
    Yeah there OK i guess. Its just i would rather download 10 extra gigs to get the full bluray instead of their 13-15 gig 1080p encodes sometimes. And the forums they had originally with all the great encoding help and info are all gone. What happened. Now all they have are some BS posts about taking screen shots and stuff like that. They really dropped the ball starting this tracker. Their forums were top of the line and now they are all gone. Dont get me wrong their stuff looks really good but how can it not. Its all huge. Show me encodes at 1080p at 5-7 gigs with no loss of quality and those are the real encoders. I mean no disrespect at all but come on.
    They have a forum on their tracker buddy, with great support and a helpdesk at what I experienced so far, well maintaining the tracker and releasing the encodes it costs time and they're just open for 2monts or so and about the bs posts agree but those are posted by another internal group called hdmaniacs, so you cant blame framestor for that
    Well i'm actually excited they started their own tracker brings something different to the game, now when I donate I know it goes straight to them and not to some other lame hd tracker who receiving the donations of someone elses back.

    And about the 5 -7 1080p encodes with no loss of quality, no group can do that, no disrespect tough it doesnt make sense writing that down at all, just check other encode releases from other well known groups.
    Last edited by SpecialEFX; 04-01-2011 at 06:02 PM.



  5. BitTorrent   -   #5
    They do a good job, but I'm not in the best position to analyze each group's work quality. I don't know why internal encoding groups migrate so often, but maybe opening their own tracker will provide some stability.

  6. BitTorrent   -   #6
    Depends on the groups. Some are rather loyal to their trackers, while others change trackers like their underwear.

    I appreciate your honesty though. It's refreshing to see, knowing how much ignorant nonsense is being said about HD movies in particular.

  7. BitTorrent   -   #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by Monaco View Post
    They do a good job, but I'm not in the best position to analyze each group's work quality. I don't know why internal encoding groups migrate so often, but maybe opening their own tracker will provide some stability.
    let's hope so, but like I said it brings something different to the game, everything is changing nowadays so why not an internal encode group having their own tracker, but that's just my opnion.

    Quote Originally Posted by shipwreck View Post
    Depends on the groups. Some are rather loyal to their trackers, while others change trackers like their underwear.
    hehe indeed, but I don't think that a (internal) group should get "all" the blame for it, let's also look at it in a different way, how good was the tracker for the internal group(s) did they get any extra's, did they receive some refund from the donation so they could pay the rent for their rip/seedbox,etc,etc,
    could fans/members who are interested in their releases also download their release on that tracker ?? (without having an invite) so let's look at it this way, if the group get a better proposal from a different tracker, well hell why not if you ask me.

    If a company asked me to work for them and they can offer me a better work-enviroment and salary, I would wave my old company goodbye

    maybe you can't compare it which eachother, but in a different way it is the same
    Last edited by SpecialEFX; 04-01-2011 at 09:01 PM.



  8. BitTorrent   -   #8
    Yeah, obviously it was all about money. They even have/had their own pay2leech FTP.
    It's not like more people have access to FS encodes now than before at HDME. I think they whined about HDME being closed and people don't having access to their magical encodes.
    Last edited by Emtorro; 04-03-2011 at 01:29 PM.

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