Well, I've seen nothing at the archive of 'free' movies that are worth d/l'ing and not anything groundbreaking that I see there. Even PBS stuff is only '1-year license,' then you're supposed to destroy the copy, or pay PBS $20-$30 for a DVD that costs only $1 to make. yeesh. Sure, people can d/l movie trailers 'legally,' but then the link for the VOD deal would make it pay-per-month to 'legally' have the movie on your HD, so sure people could d/l a movie 'legally' if one pays basically full price for it, pays a paysite to d/l movies (but at a certain GB limit/mo.)...yeesh. If I have to buy gargantuan HDs and have much faster than regular DSL 1.5 mb d/l just for starters, I sure don't see the point to that or d/l'ing the 'indie' route. Either way, I figure I covered myself by mentioning the paysites in my orig. post--but that's expensive and more time-intensive still than renting a DVD you like and going from there. I mean really...few people will go the bittorrent route, Emule, Limewire, Bearshare or whatever for 'legal' and 'free' stuff in the first place. Basically, anything that's worth watching or has any modicum of creativity means someone will have to pay something just the view it. Anyway, I don't want to ramble, as I'm sure I've made my point.
Golfmore, I realize you were looking for an answer on how to use bittorrent, but due to the sensitive nature of using any program of that kind, and restrictions here, I can only nicely point you to read the FAQ of the corresponding program you're currently using, as to tell you exactly what to do in this one case is kind of a no-no here.:eek: