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Let's say you have all the episodes of FOO series that you downloaded as they were out, so you have like 20 torrents. Now let's say you want to make a bundle torrent with all the files, call it "FOO Season 1", and then send it to someone.
In 2006 BEP 47 Padding files and extended file attributes was published. As soon as torrents contain TTH for every file and info.pieces is not required, one can manipulate files freely. The sample can be viewed here: for any folder the webserver is able to construct both dcls and torrent descriptions.
Also, in my practice current "info.files.path" approach is a big waste because nested directory names are repeated way too often. My GreyLink DC++ share has roughly 6800 directories. Its description in dcls format (that is, xml.bz2) is roughly 3.1Mb big. Unpacked XML is 12Mb. Being converted to .torrent format (following BEP 47) it becomes 16Mb big despite XML having TTH in Base32 and torrent having TTH in binary form.
If all of the files aren't in their own folders, just create a new torrent in your torrent file and add each file individually and they'll all be packed into that new torrent. You could still do this if they were in their own folders but it's a little less organized more or less. Don't delete any of your previous .torrent files or change the locations of any of the files or else you'll screw up your previous seeds.
In answer to your question, no you can't do what you're wanting (seed both individual files and the whole thing), not without having a .torrent file for each individual episode and a .torrent file for the whole thing. Keep in mind if you make a torrent with the whole season users can pick and choose which eps they want so in a way it kind of is solving your problem.
If you want to keep the seeds from the original .torrent files, you'll have to just pack each of the original .torrent files into a new torrent. You wouldn't really need to include the files themselves, just the original .torrent for each file. Then continue to seed each torrent, plus the nested torrent.
Basically, torrents are a good way to download larger files while sharing them with others as part of theprocess. We use them for larger files/collections, to reduce bandwidth costs. Help us help you! Moreinfo at Wikipedia.
You can download torrents with a free client, such as qBittorrent, Transmission, Vuze, or Deluge. Onceinstalled, downloading a torrent file below should launch the client and start all the downloadin'. Youcan also subscribe to an RSS feed of the latest torrents.
Any technology can be used for good or bad purposes. BitTorrent is often associated with piracy, but isalso used by large companies, schools, etc. We only host our own torrents, and they contain the samecontent found on our website, often in higher quality formats.
The new torrents include everything from mix #1 to mix #2500. As of today (October 18th, 2012), we have posted OC ReMix #2511, so there are 11 mixes (the most recent ones) not included in the torrents. Anything after mix #2500, you would need to download yourself from the actual ReMix pages.
You should replace everything. This new set of torrents updates the ReMixes to have the most accurate information and makes them fully compatible and sortable in your smartphone or portable music player!
You can download Ubuntu Cinnamon Remix 20.04 from our Sourceforge or our Google Drive. Our Google Drive Zip file contains everything in the sourceforge including a torrent file of the ISO if you wish.
[Update: Daniel Ezra Johnson emailed to point out that the etymology of torrent is from Latin torrere "scorch, burn" via French torrent. Well, OK, but all of the OED's meanings or citations, from 1398 forward, are all about rushing water or senses derived therefrom. Sometimes, contra Wittgenstein, etymology is not really destiny.] 2b1af7f3a8