Torrenting goes Plus-size, gets phat features Video
Torrenting goes Plus-size, gets phat features Video Transcript
Torrrenting's long been free with a couple of not exactly popular paid upgrades popping up here and there Bit Torrent and Moo Torrent are giving you the new go with their plus line. Now at the end of the day it's going to come down to the box. I am Seth Rosenblatt and in this first look I'll be giving you a quick tour of Moo Torrent Plus 3.1 The first version of this super duper popular Torrent clients paid upgrade. At the time we're shooting this video, Moo Torrent Plus and Bit Torrent Plus are identical. So here's what you're getting in the new Torrenting plus size world. There's a new antivirus engine that automatically scans a torrent's contents for safety provided by the solid security vendor Bit Defender. You get media playback including codex such as MPEG 4, H.264, Theora, VPA, MP3, AAC and AC3. This is where part of your license fee is going in case you're curious. Codex ain't cheap although the media player itself comes courtesy open source VLC for users get the player without the codex. Another plus adds a feature to the Moo Torrent remote client which can now be used to download files from your home library to your remote computer, and by the way, note that Moo Torrent will still ask to take over your home page and default search provider when you run the installer. So be mindful of that. What's the cost? It's $24.95 for a year's license. In a world where free has been the name of the game since its inception there might be asking fans to bite off to much in one sitting. For the first look at Moo Torrent Plus 3.1 I'm Seth Rosenblatt.
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