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Old 19.12.2009, 03:11
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thank you very much for this very useful tutorial
any chance on something similar about how to create dlc.files and how to download using dlc. files
Newbie New here,

wots a DLC ? and wots it for?
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Old 19.12.2009, 09:31
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There are at least 5 applications that use the .dlc extension.

In the context of downloading, .dlc files are encrypted files containing download links.

jD can open these container files and download the files corresponding to the protected links.
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Old 28.12.2009, 00:51
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to create a .dlc file all you need to do is to select the package, left click and select Create DLC

to open a .dlc file... go to Link Grabber and click Open Containers then browse your .dlc file.... once loaded... select the package and click Add all packages or Add selected package(s) to include it on the Download list....


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I still having problem with this. Everytime i try to add the dlc file into linkgrabber, i got a message as follow "container error:server claims: http://service.jdownloader.org/dlcrypt/service.phpDLC Fehler:null"
then nothing appears loaded on the linkgrabber. what's the problem here actually?
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Old 28.12.2009, 04:32
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The error message says the JDownloader decryption service has an unknown error (Fehler:null) with the DLC. Your DLC is causing an error, it could be corrrupted, outdated, or in an unsupported format.

Please provide a URL to the DLC you are uploading. If it is not alone on the page, please describe which one you are trying to use.
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Old 29.12.2009, 05:40
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There is little known fact about selecting the rapidshare servers and setting maximum download speed. Can anyone help in that?
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Old 29.12.2009, 08:53
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If you mean the RS server selection in the settings of the RS host, then you need to experiment yourself, because it probably depends on your geographical position.

The maximum download speed can be set in the Max.Dls. (bottom right corner of jD window).

I'm sorry if I misunderstood your question.
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Old 29.12.2009, 12:30
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The error message says the JDownloader decryption service has an unknown error (Fehler:null) with the DLC. Your DLC is causing an error, it could be corrrupted, outdated, or in an unsupported format.

Please provide a URL to the DLC you are uploading. If it is not alone on the page, please describe which one you are trying to use.
Hi drbits,

Thanks for the reply. If I remember correctly, I got it from http://jdownloader.org/download/index server #2

Thanks.

Last edited by aoikatana; 29.12.2009 at 13:26. Reason: sorry, i don't get your explanation just now, actually i got those dlc file from rslinks.org
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Old 29.12.2009, 16:41
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If you mean the RS server selection in the settings of the RS host, then you need to experiment yourself, because it probably depends on your geographical position.

The maximum download speed can be set in the Max.Dls. (bottom right corner of jD window).

I'm sorry if I misunderstood your question.
thank you remi a big smooch for you regardless of gender
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Old 30.12.2009, 00:45
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what does download currently not possible mean???? I have tried a few games, they all say the same thing?? also, can you be downloading for than one thing on it at once or should i just do one at a time?
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Old 30.12.2009, 09:48
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If a download is currently not possible, then you need to wait until the host server is ready.

Please, provide links if you want more details.

If you are a free downloader, then most hosts allow only one download at a time. Try to download from more hosts at a time.

I'm sorry if I misunderstood your question(s).
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Old 27.01.2010, 22:13
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can I have more than one file downloading my jdownloader at a time? how do i change that setting? thanks,
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Old 28.01.2010, 08:42
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The setting is Max.Dls..
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Old 31.01.2010, 06:16
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Hi, I was wondering if there was a way to automate the ip address resetting when i have reached the download limit for free users on rapidshare?

thanks
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Old 03.02.2010, 06:40
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thanks :D
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Old 12.02.2010, 06:36
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I wanted to know why after im done downloading the movie and i view it, it looks pixelated?
w a pic that shows how pixelated it looks. do you have any idea?
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Old 12.02.2010, 10:41
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That's dependent on the quality of the downloaded video file.
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Old 13.02.2010, 06:26
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If you want to watch a 45 minute television show, the downloaded file should be 340MB or larger for a good quality display. The ultra-compressed 99MB files are just not very clear.

If you are going to watch the image at its downloaded resolution (maybe 320 by 180), it will look OK. If you watch it magnified more than 3 times that size, it will look pixelated or blurred.
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Old 13.02.2010, 08:09
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here is a sample **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff** e out thanks for the time

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Old 13.02.2010, 11:47
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I recommend reading about video codecs (wikipedia page :- hXXp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Video_codec) and you'll understand more about which factors determine the quality of video files.
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