Every video you watch using Torrent or online streaming is based on a video format. Understanding those formats and the differences between them is important for getting the benefits of each format. Many video formats evolved over the past decades, and in this tutorial, we will review the most common formats so you can learn which one to use in different situations.
Pirated movies are widespread among the online community, especially with torrent sites. Those movies come in different release types, which affect the quality of the movie significantly. The reason that the quality varies so dramatically is that each type derives from a different source like video camera recording, video on demand recording, DVD and Blu-Ray rips and more.
This tutorial reviews the different release types and recommend what to look for and what to avoid.
Torrent is a popular file sharing protocol used by millions of users around the world with unlimited access to content. However, when using Torrent the users face several threats related to privacy and security. They need to hide their identity, so they won’t be tracked, and they need to protect their system from malicious and dangerous software like viruses, trojans, backdoors, rootkits, keyloggers and more. This guide is all about how to use Torrent, but still stay safe.
The Elementum add-on uses BitTorrent to stream movies and TV shows, and it doesn’t stream them directly from a specific server like other add-ons. BitTorrent is a peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing protocol that uses both download and upload bandwidth. Using Elementum you can watch the media online or download it to your storage and watch it offline.
Elementum is supported for the following platforms: Android, macOS, Linux and Windows, and each platform has its installation file. It replaces the popular Quasar add-on, which is no longer maintained.