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how to convert direct link to torrent ?

when you want to create torrent file, you just select your file from your computer and torrent file has made but i want to make torrent file from a direct link.

is it possible ? if yes , what's the procedure ?

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Burnbit is a free web service that does just that. Here's a bit more background information and commentary on the service, and the official FAQ.

I've never used the service, but was also curious about your question. I stumbled across Burnbit when researching it.

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tanks a lot :D, it works – hamed Mar 11 '12 at 0:09

To make a torrent file, you need to actually be physically hosting the file on your machine. You cannot remotely link to a webserver or something as the contents of a torrent file. That'd be fairly unethical too I think since you're leeching off someone elses bandwidth.

You need to have the files within the torrent on your machine, and they must be locally accessible by the Client/Server to use them.

tl:dr No, you cannot do that.

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BurnBit is a Web Service and too buggy doesn't even support smaller file. I recommend you to use Utorrent Web Seed For This.

Simple make a torrent.

Screenshot of new torrent with web seeds

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can you gime me the address ? – hamed Mar 19 '12 at 14:22
    
its in Utorrent, make torrent<web seed option<put your link – Laime Nekurzeme Mar 20 '12 at 2:10
    
without source ( address of file in your computer) it wouldn't work, if you can do it, explain exactly it in your answer . because i couldn't do that – hamed Mar 20 '12 at 6:33
    
I do it on VPS, so i have source there. – Laime Nekurzeme Mar 20 '12 at 6:45
    
you wasn't mentioned doing it on VPS ! ok, thanks – hamed Mar 20 '12 at 9:45

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