What is this?
BitTorrent is a ubiquitous and powerful way to transfer files peer-to-peer. To specify what file(s) to download with your client, you need to input either a Torrent file or Magnet URL. Torrent Parts is a client-side static web app to read and edit the metadata of a Torrent file or Magnet URL so you know what you're downloading, before you add it to your Torrent client.
📑Display metadata of a Torrent file, Magnet URL, or URL to a Torrent file (CORS required) 📝Edit title, comment, Tracker URLs, and Webseeds ↔️Save and convert between Torrent file and Magnet URL 🔗Generate a link directly to Torrent Parts with prefilled info 🌐Add currently known working trackers from newTrackon 👥Fetch files metadata for a Magnet URL via WebTorrent ℹ️Learn the basic parts of Torrent metadata and what they mean 🔒Fully client-side, no files leave your computer
1. Just include the Magnet URL after
https://torrent.parts/#, like so.
This project wouldn't be possible without the fantastic work of:
- @feross and contributors, for
- @cvisuri, for design work
- @CorralPeltzer, for
- @substack and contributors, for
- Cloudflare Pages hosting
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Copyright © 2020 Leo Herzog
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