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Seed / Seeder / Source

A seed is a person who shares data via software (called a client) with other users. Seeder means sharing.

Leech / Leecher / Customer

A leecher is a person downloading data from another person using a client. Leecher means download.

Scrape

The scrape is a system allowing your customer to request information on one or more torrents to the tracker.

peer

A peer is a person who downloads or shares a file.

Swarm

The swarm gathers all the peers (leechers + seeders) on a torrent.

Availability

It depends on the number of peers on the file, it is the possibility of downloading the file.

Passkey

Otherwise called “Key”, it is a sequence of numbers and letters assigned to you, which is unique. This allows you to uniquely identify the tracker by your customer and update your account information, such as your ratio. To know your passkey, it is absolutely necessary to download at least once a file on deditrack for it to be generated. This one will serve you especially for your uploads.

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CAM

A CAM is a movie theater rip usually done using a digital video camera. The quality of the video and sound will therefore be mediocre. You will be entitled to laughter and coughing of the spectators.

TS (TELESYNC)

The telesync are captured movies like CAMs with a digital camera, but with an external audio source (eg via the audio jack of the deaf chairs). The video is therefore of poor quality but the sound is of good quality.

TC (TELECINE)

A telecine machine performs a digital copy of the film from the coils. The sound and video are normally very good, but because of the very expensive equipment that this assumes, they are quite rare.

Screener

The term is now used to refer to a rip made from a non-digital source such as a cinema screen or a film reel (CAM / TS / TC). Previously used to designate the rip of a promotional VHS K7.

VHSRip

Rip from a video tape.

R1, R2, R3, R4, R5, or R6 (Region Code)

The R means “region”, which simply corresponds to the area from which the source DVD originates. The quality of the video is similar to that of a DVDRip. The audio is when it comes from a lower release, so less quality.

R1 = Zone 1: United States, Canada
R2 = zone 2: Japan, Europe, Switzerland, South Africa, Middle East, Egypt
R3 = zone 3: South-East Asia, East Asia, Hong Kong
R4 = Zone 4: Australia, New Zealand, Pacific Islands, Central America, Mexico, South America, Caribbean
R5 = zone 5: Russia, India, Africa, North Korea, and Mongolia
R6 = Zone 6: Republic of China

DVDScreener (DVDSCR)

Release from a promotional DVD that is primarily intended for a specific audience (presentations, presses, etc.) and not to the general public. A permanent or intermittent copyright message is sometimes scrolled on the screen. The quality of the picture and sound is the same as for DVDRip. The term DVDSCR can be misused to refer to R5 release, where the video comes from a DVD and the sound of a movie theater. DVDSCR.MULTISTOLEN is normally used to designate a release with a different soundtrack than the original DVDSCR. TAG virtually not used on the French stage.

DVDRip

Rip a commercial DVD, encoded to fit on one or two CDs. DVDRip output in XviD (or DivX) format, and audio is usually in AC3 format. The releases are of very good quality, but still remains behind the original because of the compression.

DVD-R

Copy files from a commercial DVD that are usually modified afterwards. In general, you will find the audio track, the French and English subtitles and the menu.

DVD5

Rip to single-layer DVD format that can hold up to 4.7Gb of data.

DVD9

Rip in double layer DVD format that can hold up to 8.5Gb of data.

BRRip

Rip of a BluRay release (ex: * .1080p.BluRay * .mkv), encoded and reduced to fit on a DVD, usually 1/3 of the DVD. The BRRip are released in XViD format, respecting a resolution 480p or 720p max. BRRip’s resolutions are far below what it should be, that is 480p, or even 720p. The ratio is in most cases of the order of 720×304, which greatly decreases the interest of a bluray rip, because the original ratio is lost. As a result, a new BRRiP.XvidHD encoding has been created, allowing the original ratio of 1280 × 544, 1280 × 688 or 1280 × 720 to be respected, while still being able to be read by most Platforms supporting the XviD format. But it is still very little used.

BDRip

Direct rip of a commercial BluRay, encoded and reduced to fit on one or more CDs. The BDRips are output in XviD format, with a maximum resolution of 720p. The term BDRiP used in the wrong way can be found to denote a release of type BRRiP

BluRay (Rip)

Rip of a commercial BluRay, encoded and reduced to fit on one or more DVD without size constraint. The BluRays (Rip) are in x264 format, for a 720p or 1080p resolution.

BD5

Rip of a commercial BluRay, encoded and reduced to fit on a 4.7Gb DVD. The BD5s come out in x264 format, for a 720p resolution.

BD9

Rip of a commercial BluRay, encoded and reduced to fit on a double layer 8.5Gb DVD. The BD9s come out in x264 format, for a 1080p resolution.

TVRip / Analog – Source banned from the scene

Rip from an analog source, or digital when there has been at least one process Digital -> Analog -> Digital. This applies to the TiVo standard, any MPEG-2 capture card, any DV source (unless you make your own videos from a DV camera), or any other analog capture card.

SATRip / Analog

Complete digital rip from a stream from the satellite or cable. This applies to analog capture cards and DVD recorders with analogue connection.

SDTV (Standard Digital Television)

Digital rip or capture from streams with bitrate resolution less than 10Mbps. This applies to DirectTivo, but also Digisat or Digicable captures with analog capture cards.

DSR / DSRip (Digital Stream Rip) or (Digital Satellite Rip)

Rip from a non-standardized digital source stream, such as the satellite. This applies to DVB capture cards (C or S or T). The starting resolution is 480i / 576i / 576p, with a horizontal resolution of less than 704px.

DVB / DVBrip (Digital Video Broadcast)

Rip from a digital source stream, such as DTT, cable or ADSL video offerings. TV standard in Europe and the US for direct broadcasting based on MPEG2 compression.

PDTV (Pure Digital Television)

Other rips from a digital source stream with bitrate resolution greater than 10Mbps. This applies to DVB capture cards (C or S or T). The starting resolution is 480i / 576i / 576p with a horizontal resolution greater than or equal to 704px.

HVTV (High Video Television)

Rip video from a digital source stream with a resolution greater than 720 * 576. This applies to HDTV capture cards. The audio comes from a capture from another digital source.

This term seems to be abandoned by the scene to use the tag HDTV (High Definition Television)

Full Rip from a digital source stream with a resolution greater than 720 * 576. This applies to HDTV capture cards.

DVTV (DVD-TV)

The video comes from a Z1 or Z2 DVD, and the audio comes from a capture from another digital source. This term seems to be neglected by the scene to use the tag LD.DVDRip

720p / 1080p / 1080i

Full Rip from a digital source stream with a resolution greater than 720p, or full hd for the 1080p / 1080i. This applies to HDTV capture cards. The sound is usually 5.1. (See below for more specs) Some 720p releases have an audio track captured on another audio source (TV, DVD). These releases do not necessarily have the TAG LD or CUSTOM to differentiate them from the true HD releases, often they have a track in stereo. This kind of releases does not come from the scene, but generally from the P2P, so we must be wary if it is not specified in the presentation.

WEBRip / WEB-Rip

Digital Rip that is captured from a stream on the net, usually from a VOD offer, or from a PODCAST. The quality of these releases is very diverse, ranging from mediocre to HD, everything depends on the quality of the original stream.

AAC2

Advanced Audio Coding. Encoding of the audio in this format which allows to offer a better ratio quality / bitrate than the MP3 format. Stereo sound (2.0).

LD

Line Dubbed (direct sound as from the jack of the handicapped places).

MD

Mic Dubbed (his microphone).

OGG

Format OGGVorbis, a competitor of the MP3.

VBR

Variable BitRate: better than the CBR at equivalent average rate but difficult to re-synchronize in case of default.

Webrip

Digital source that is usually taken from a stream on the net.

Multi

This tag means that the file presents several audio sources (vo, vf, most often but also other languages).

DL

(Dual-Language) This tag means that the release contains two languages.

SUBFORCED

French subtitles are embedded in the video for foreign language passages.

FRENCH

Language version of the Francophonie.

TRUEFRENCH

Version in true French.

VOSTFR

Original version with French subtitles.

MULTI (ML)

Mutli-language, the release contains several languages, usually English and French. Different French sound version PAL vvf = truefrench or vfi = international or NTSC vfq = quebecois

NFO

An NFO file is provided with each release to promote the group and provide general information about the release such as format, source, size, and any notes that may be useful. In general, if you look at them in Notepad or other, they are pretty ugly and that’s normal. You should use software like Dawn NFO Viewer with which you really see the art of ASCII.

480i

The number 480 corresponds to 480 lines of vertical resolution, while the letter i means interlaced or non-progressive scanning. 480i corresponds to an SDTV video definition. The term generally assumes a 4: 3 video ratio, which implies a horizontal resolution of 640 pixels, an image resolution of 640 * 480 or 307200 pixels, and a frame resolution of 640 * 480/2 (because ‘ Is interlaced) or 153600 pixels. For each frame, there is actually only half of the received lines, that is 240. A full description of the format requires specifying the number of frames per second, for example: 480i50 (for 50 frames per second) or 480i60 (for 60 Frames per second).

480p

The number 480 corresponds to 480 lines of vertical resolution, while the letter p means progressive scanning or noninterlaced scanning. 480p corresponds to an EDTV video definition. The term generally assumes a 16: 9 video ratio, which implies a horizontal resolution of 720 pixels, and an image resolution of 720 * 480 is 345600 pixels. The speed of hertz scrolling can be either implicit by the context or specified after the letter p (like 1080p30, ie 30 frames per second).

576i

The number 576 corresponds to 576 lines of vertical resolution, while the letter i means interlaced or non-progressive scanning. 576i is an SDTV video definition. The term generally assumes a 4: 3 video ratio, which implies a horizontal resolution of 720 pixels, an image resolution of 720 * 576 or 414720 pixels, and a frame resolution of 720 * 576/2 (because ‘ Is interlaced) or 207360 pixels. For each frame, there are actually only half of the received lines, ie 288. A complete format designation requires specifying the number of frames per second, for example: 288i50 (for 50 frames per second).

576p

The number 576 corresponds to 576 lines of vertical resolution, while the letter p means progressive scanning or noninterlaced scanning. 576p corresponds to an EDTV video definition. The term usually assumes a 4: 3 video ratio, which implies a horizontal resolution of 720 pixels, and an image resolution of 720 * 576 or 414720 pixels. The speed of hertz scrolling can be either implicit in the context or specified after the letter p (like 576p25, ie 25 frames per second).

720p

The number 720 corresponds to 720 lines of vertical resolution, while the letter p means progressive scan or noninterlaced scanning. 720p is an HD video definition. The term generally assumes a 16: 9 video ratio, which implies a horizontal resolution of 1280 pixels, and an image resolution of 1280 * 720 is about 0.92 million pixels. The speed of hertz scrolling can be either implicit by the context or specified after the letter p (like 720p30, ie 30 frames per second).

1080i

The number 1080 corresponds to 1080 lines of vertical resolution, while the letter i means interlaced or non-progressive scanning. 1080i is an HD video definition. The term generally assumes a 16: 9 video ratio, which implies a horizontal resolution of 1920 pixels, an image resolution of 1920 × 1080 or about 2.07 million pixels, and a frame resolution of 1920 × 1080 / second (Because it’s interlaced) or about 1.04 million pixels. For each frame, there are actually only half of the received lines, ie 540. A full description of the format requires specifying the number of frames per second, for example: 1080i50 (for 50 frames per second) or 1080i60 (for 60 Frames per second).

1080p

The number 1080 corresponds to 1080 lines of vertical resolution, while the letter p means progressive scan or noninterlaced scanning. 1080p is an HD video definition. The term generally assumes a 16: 9 video ratio, which implies a horizontal resolution of 1920 pixels, and an image resolution of 1920 * 1080, or about 2.07 million pixels. The speed of hertz scrolling can be either implicit by the context or specified after the letter p (like 1080p30, ie 30 frames per second).

COMPLETE

A release is COMPLETE when it is a DVD5. When a DVD is COMPLETE, it means that it did not need adjustments, so the video is intact. In general most DVDs are in DVD9, so they must be compressed to DVD5. The DVD5 is much more requested since all DVD players can play them, and all burners can burn them. DVDs are therefore less popular. A COMPLETE is therefore a DVD that has not been compressed to DVD5 from a DVD9.

CUSTOM

This is a customized release. We add (or replace) to the original release of the elements not available in the latest commercial version, like an audio track in French for example. This is often the case when some films come out earlier in the United States than in Europe.

DC

DC is Director’s Cut. A director’s cut is a special version of a film that is supposed to represent a montage of the film in accordance with the wishes of the director himself. It was often released a few times after the original version of the film, which was published in a different version than the one desired by the director. “Cut” is synonymous with “Edit” in this context.

DivX

DivX is a digital video compression format based on MPEG-4 technology. AVI file format. The XviD codec is now more popular because free.

DOC

The release is simply a documentary.

EXTENDED (CUT)

Sometimes movies / series (res) come out in DVD / BluRay in extended version. Deleted scenes were handed over, and the film was remastered. The EXTENDED or EXTENDED CUT tag is added.

FASTSUB

Release subtitles that have subtitles that do not meet the usual subtitle sync standards, or that have been translated too quickly. Tracking and understanding the episode may prove difficult, especially for people not understanding any word in the original language.

Festival

Variant of STV / LiMiTED. A release tagged FESTiVAL is a film that was not screened in a public cinema, but was shown in a film festival (like the Cannes Film Festival).

Final

Characterizes the last episode of the season of a series.

FS (FullScreen)

Image with 4: 3 ratio. If a DVDRip is not in WS, the FS tag must be specified in the release name.

HR (High Resolution)

Usually refers to 480i / 480p formats.

IND (-iND)

Corresponds to independent. The release does not come from a group in the warez scene, but from a category of independent users who are not members of a group.

INTERNAL (iNT)

A release is tagged iNTERNAL when it is broadcast for a limited number of users. Generally it follows another identical release already released by another group, but containing some minor changes that do not require a PROPER. As the encoding tools evolve, it may also be to redo the releases with these tools in order to benefit from better quality than the releases released a while ago. The quality is not a criterion of PROPER on the stage. By adding iNTERNAL, the release will not be nuked as dupe.

ISO

Image of a CD / DVD that is directly ready to be burned.

LiMiTED

A LiMiTED film means that it has been released in a limited number of cinemas (less than 500 in the US, and less than 300 in the UK). These are often short films like art films, and so on.

NTSC

American video format standard. For a DVD video, the resolution is 720 * 480 lines.

PAL

European video format standard. Resolution up to 720 * 576 lines for DVD.

PREAiR

Episode released before a scheduled broadcast on a TV channel. This can be a DVD version, or a version available on the WEB.

PROPER

The PROPER tag is used on a release when a group outputs a correct or better version than the one previously released by another group. The 1st release usually has some flaws, and can be nuked for various reasons (out-of-sync, audio errors, etc …). To use the PROPER tag, the source must be identical to the first release. A PROPER is therefore normally better than the original release. The reason for the PROPER must be mentioned in the NFO. When a group realizes the “proper” of a PROPER, it must be tagged REAL.PROPER.

RATED

UNRATED means that the movie is censored.

UNRATED

UNRATED means that the movie is not censored. The “UNRATED” passages are generally in English and French subtitles are available.

REAL

Allows to specify the authenticity of the tag that follows it, generally after a 1st release is not really what it was tagged. Example for the source (HDTV, DVDRiP, …): in the case of a REAL, the source of the release is unique, the video and the audio come from the same support, and not from one side for the Video (eg dvd), and another for audio (eg TV – hence the LD tag normally).

READ.NFO (READNFO)

When important information is mentioned in the NFO, or when replacing a PROPER, READ.NFO can be added to the title of the release. These are often messages that a group wants to pass on to another group, and at the same time inform the whole scene. It can also be used to signal a slight problem in the release.

REMASTERED

Remastered means that an old non-digital movie has been re-edited, remastered and released on DVD.

REPACK [1]

If a group releases a bad rip, they can perform a REPACK. A REPACK is a corrected version of the original release. This is identical to a PROPER, but this time it is realized by the same group.

REPACK [2]

REPACK is also used to indicate a higher compression compared to the previous release. Example REPACK.1CD: Compressed video to get a movie on a single CD, initially contained on 2CD. Used by P2P.

RERip

When the previous rip is bad, it is ripped again correctly. Similar to REPACK.

RETAIL

Commercial version available. Usually used after a non-final version of a release has already been released.

SE

Special Edition. For example, a special edition of a movie that can contain deleted scenes, interviews, or making-of. (Also UE: Ultra Edition)

SECAM

French video format standard.

STV

Straight to Video: the movie never went out to the movies. It is broadcast directly in video / DVD.

SUBFORCED (FRENCHFORCED)

The video may contain foreign language subtitles depending on its source. The SUBFORCED tag is used when French subtitles are added to the video over the originals.

THEATRICAL

The release is released after a long version of the release is released. It is therefore specified that it is the THEATRICAL version, that is to say that broadcast in theaters.

UNCUT

This term means that the film has not been cut, all the scenes are present.

VOSTFR

French subtitles encrusted with video.

WORKPRINT or WP

A workprint is a copy of a film that has not been finished. This includes missing scenes, music, etc. The quality goes from excellent to very bad. Some WPs are very different from the final copy and others may contain additional scenes. WPs can be added to the collection once a good quality final version has been obtained.

WS (WideScreen)

Image with a ratio of 16/9.

x264

X264 is a free GNU General Public License (GNU) library from the VideoLAN project to encode H.264 (or MPEG-4 AVC) video streams. In October 2013, Mozilla preferred the OpenH2641 codec, with Cisco Systems guaranteeing legal risks related to patents.
X265, a library specializing in the H.265 / HEVC video codec standard, reuses many of its algorithms.

x265

X265 is a free software library licensed under the GPLv2 license to compress and decompress the H.265 / HEVC video codec standard begun in March 2013.
It is programmed in C ++ with optimizations in assembler, it reuses the functions of flow control, macroblock tree prediction, b-pyramid and adaptive quantification of x264.
X265 was judged best overall HEVC encoder by the video section of the Moscow State University.
It includes optimizations for SIMS SSE3.

XviD

Open source video codec based on MPEG-4 technology. Widespread format on stage for all videos of normal resolution, because free. AVI file format.

BLURRED

TAG NUKE

Reports a problem with the release.

Bad ar

Bad Aspect / Ratio – The aspect ratio is the ratio of the width of the image to its height. If the aspect ratio is bad, the video is distorted.

Bad.crop, overcropped

Bad Crop. A crop is a function that allows you to crop an image by removing a part, such as black bands. This technique can be used to change the ratio of a video. If the crop is bad, it means that parts of the image are missing, or are superfluous.

bad.fps

Bad framerate. The framerate expresses the number of images displayed or processed in a second. Equivalent to acronym fps, for frame per second.

Bad.ivtc, no.ivtc

Poor Reverse TeleCine or nonexistent. Technique for deinterlacing video streams. It corresponds to the transition from the 3: 2 pulldown format to a framerate format of 23.976 fps (30 fps to 24fps).

bad.res

Bad resolution. Idem ratio, the rules of resolution were not respected.

codec.not.allowed

Use of an unauthorized codec.

dupe / duplicate

An identical release has already been released by another group. So not necessary if it is not a PROPER or an INTERNAL.

fake

The release does not match the title specified, or is not intended to exist.

Get.repack, get.proper

The release is bad, a repack (rerip) or a proper has been done.

interlaced

An interlaced video can be difficult to watch, especially in scenes where fast motion takes place, we can distinguish the interlacing of frames. The refresh does not proceed correctly.

invalid.proper

The proper is useless, the first release is correct.

No.audio, audio.missing

No sound in the release.

undersized / oversized

When a release does not make the optimal size, the size of the release is either too small (undersized) or too large (oversized).

Out.of.sync, oos

Offset between audio and video.

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