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If I were to start a podcast. I don't want a site/blog etc, I'd like to post links to a forum I regularly post on. I believe I can post magnet links without a problem but what software might I use that can figure out which torrent files need to be seeded and can manage >100 torrents at once? (as in many magnet links or torrent files. Not a torrent with many files)

I prefer open source software and a non java solution but java is acceptable.

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I'm sure any regular BitTorrent client would work. Torrents routinely contain several hundred or even thousand files, and many users have a few hundred torrents active (downloading or seeding) at any given time.

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Yup. The use case described is well within the capabilities of any BitTorrent peer worth using. – Aaron Miller Jul 8 '13 at 14:33
    
I should make it more clear. I meant different torrent files. If i come out with something twice a year for a year i'll want 600 different magnet links and torrents. Not a torrent with many files – acidzombie24 Jul 8 '13 at 14:48

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