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Old 03-30-2014, 11:06 PM   #4
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Default Re: Torrent file question

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Originally Posted by SClawman View Post
They're supposed to be flac files but save as a .torrent file to my machine. Do I need to decompress them or convert them? Trying to figure out what I'm doing wrong. I figure I could download a flac file CD burner for free but I can't get the original file to flac.
Torrent files are different. There should be a folder or something with the FLAC files in it in your downloads folder or where ever you've got your torrent files going. Just double click it or right click>Open Containing Folder on BitTorrent when it's done downloading, and the files should pop up in the folder they're in. I use Utorrent, but I think they're basically the same. I would use CDBurnerXP or DeepBurner to burn FLAC files.
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