vkgowler Posted March 7, 2011 Share Posted March 7, 2011 Can someone please clarify the following 2 situations 1. I have a file downloading, total size 1 GB. I have downloaded 750MB through normal traffic and then choose to VIP accelerate the file. BitComet clearly recognizes that there is only 250MB of the file remaining, however when I start the VIP accel, it deducts the full 1GB . Is this how your system works? Should I only use VIP for brand new files? In cases of large media files, I would tend to want to download enough of the file to be able to preview and make sure it's legit, but it seems to me that having the entire file size deducted from my account is wrong. Sould I not only be deducted for the remaining size of the file? 2. In a post from another user, he mentions having a 50GB file and I believe admin said that almost never exists. Maybe what was not understood is that the complete torrent file could be 50GB , because it is a combination of 10 albums for example. each one being 5GB. Now, I have the 10GB package, and only select Album 3 which is 5GB. BitComet clearly shows that I have selected 5GBs, just like it knows how much of a file is remaining in my previous question. VIP will not let me start acceleration on this file because it is taking the entire torrents size. Why can't the 'requested size or remaining size' be passed to the server when it queries, rather then the full torrent size? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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