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FAQ

Archives
Multimedia files
Disk images
Other files

Archives
.zip .rar .r01 .part1.rar .ace .001 .7z
Files of this type are usually used to archive some data, or to tighten the amount of information to transfer. Also many files can be archived in one. The most frequently used archivers:
- WinZip (shareware) can be used to create and view .zip archives;
- WinRAR (shareware) can be used to create and view .rar and .zip archives (and view/extract 7-zip(7z),ace,and many others);
- Winace (shareware) can be used to create and view .ace archivers;
To view/extract you can always use universal archiver programms, like PowerArchiver (shareware) or 7zip.
Currently, many film releases are made in archives, divided to many volumes, (these archives consists of many almost identically sized files, having identical names and extensions like .rar, .r00, .r01, etc). This is done to transfer data easily through file-sharing sites.

cbr .cbz
Files of this type are usually used for comics of magazines. To view these files you can use CDisplay. Structure of these files is similar to usual .zip or .rar archives, but there are several differences, so they can't be viewed normally through usual archivation programms.

Multimedia files
.avi .mpg .mpeg .divx .xvid .wmv
Files of this type contain video and audio data, particularly movies. These files can be viewed using many players, but we recommend to use following:
Zoomplayer, BSPlayer, VLC media player or Windows Media Player. For correct playback you have to make yourself sure, that correct codec is installed in your system. Usually codec type is written is torrent description, but you can also determine the codec type and its presence in your system with the help of following program: GSpot.
The most frequently used codecs:
ffdshow is recommended for files in format XviD, DivX, 3ivX, MPEG4;
XviD codec;
DivX codec;
ac3filter is recommended for playing films with audio tracks AC3 or DTS format;
Ogg media codec - for files in .ogm format.
Additional information can also be found on the following sites:
DivX-Digest;
Digital-Digest;
Doom9;
VideoHelp.

.mov
This extension is used for files in QuickTime format. Player, required to play this movies can be found here. As alternative you can use QuickTime Alternative. Also this format can usually be played using ffdshow codec, or VLC player.

.ra .rm .ram
This extension is used for files in Real format. This format is currently uncommon. Player, required to play this type of files can be found here. As alternative you can use Real Alternative.

.vcd
This extension is used for old VCD/SVCD (Video-CD/Super-VCD) formats. Currently they aren't used. If you have any questions about these formats, you can always go to VideoHelp or our forum.

.mp3 .mp2
These extensions are used for files in MP3 or MP2 formats. MP3 (MPEG1 Layer3) is the most common format to store music. MP3 format is lossy. MP2 (MPEG1 Layer2) is worse, than MP3. Currently it is uncommon. To play files in these formats you can use programms, like WinAmp.

.ogm .ogg
These extensions are used for files in Ogg Vorbis format. Algoritm in Ogg Vorbis is considered to be better, than MP3, even this codec uses lossy one. Additional information can be found on the official site - Vorbis. To play files in this format it is required to download DirectShow Ogg filter and use players with DirectShow filters support, like WinAmp.

.ape
This extension is used for Monkey's Audio format (lossless audio codec). To play files in this format special plugins are required. As an example, plugin for WinAmp can be downloaded here.

.flac
This extension is used for files in FLAC format (Free Lossless Audio Codec). To play files in this format special plugins are required. As an example, plugin for WinAmp can be downloaded here. Currently many players are distributed with included support for this format.

Disk images
.bin/.cue
One of the standard formats for disk images. To gain access to files you have to "burn" image to CD/DVD or emulate CD-/DVD-ROM using special software. In the first case you can use Nero (shareware) or ImgBurn. For emulation you can use Daemon Tools or Alcohol 120% (shareware) (using the last programm you can also create CD/DVD images).

.iso
One of the standard formats for disk images, similar to .bin/.cue. Using special programms, like (WinISO or ISOBuster) you can create, edit, etc these types of images.

.mds/.mdf
Internal disk image format of programm Alcohol 120%, using which you can burn image or emulate CD-/DVD-ROM. As alternative you can use UltraISO or Daemon Tools to work with this type of images.

.ccd/.img/.sub
Internal disk image format for programm CloneCD.

Other files
.txt .doc .rtf
Usual text files with text formatting (.doc, .rtf) or without (.txt). TXT-files can be viewed and edited with Notepad or any other text editor. DOC-files can be viewed end edited by Microsoft Word which is a part of Microsoft Office, or you can use free alternatives like AbiWord, Openoffice.org and many others. RTF-files can be viewed and edited by Wordpad, Openoffice.org and many others.

.nfo
These files usually contains full release description, and may contain serials, instructions how to use the release, etc. So, it is highly recommended to read NFO file before using the download. Often NFO-file contains text with ASCII graphics. To view these files you can use standard text editors, like Notepad or Wordpad, or special one (DAMN NFO Viewer).

.pdf
To view files in PDF format the following programms can be used:
Adobe Reader or Foxit Reader.

.jpg .gif .tga .psd
These extensions are used for several image formats. To view these files you can use Adobe Photoshop, ACDSee, XnView or any other image-viewing software.

.sfv
Files with this extension allows you to check quickly the correctness of downloaded files. Check method is based on comparing CRC32 summs for every download file with original one. To check the following programms can be used:
SFVChecker (shareware) or QuickSFV.

.par
Files in this format allows you to restore quickly parts of volumed archives, in case they are damaged or lost during transfer. To check you can use QuickPar or QuickSFV.

 
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