Do you download TV shows every week? Then you may find this useful.
My guess is a lot of people here use uTorrent, but only few have bothered to look into its RSS features.
For those not in the know, RSS is basically just a method of syndicating various types of content (news, media etc.).
Clever people on the internet have realised that manually downloading TV shows each week is far too much effort and invented services such as TVRSS. These allow you to create an RSS feed of your favourite shows which can be used to automatically download a torrent as soon as it becomes available. It sounds more complicated that it actually is.
Basically all you need to do is go here: http://tvrss.net/search/
Create a new search for a show. Don't worry about the other search fields for the time being.
Once you have a list of some show you can refine your search until it is only returning a single version of each episode.
Here is a search I did for The Office:
Once you're happy with your results you need to click the "Search based RSS feed" link. This should take you to a familiar looking RSS page containing all your results.
Now open uTorrent and click the RSS button on the control bar (
). Copy the address of the feed you created and add it to the feeds list in uTorrent. You can add a title to the feed using the following format: title|url.
If you check the releases tab you should see the contents of your RSS feed.
At this stage we need to set up a filter so uTorrent knows which episodes we want to download. Here is my CSI filter:
What should happen now is when a new torrent which matches the criteria of this filter is added to the releases tab (from the rss feeds we've set up) it will automatically begin downloading.
Here are a few feeds you might like to add:
Add any more you think are worthwhile to this thread.
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