QTM (Quick Torrent Maker) Installation, Advice, Known Issues UPDATED 03/07/2018
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« on: September 17, 2014, 05:54:07 pm »

QTM is designed to work with uTorrent; We recommend "uTorrent Classic"
...If you don't yet have uTorrent installed, please go HERE

First, Downloading and Installing QTM Successfully:

BEFORE you download and install the most recent version of QTM, you MUST uninstall the OLD version first. In Windows, click on your Start icon, go to the programs group (click All Programs) and scroll to the QuickTorrentMaker folder. Click on the folder icon to expand it, then click on the "uninstall" selection. When asked "Do you really want to uninstall QuickTorrentMaker?" click the "Yes" button, to confirm, and click "Yes" on any following confirmation messages.

NOTE that the graphics below refer to QTM version 1.11, but should (in essence) be IDENTICAL to version 1.14

Next, {see antivirus notice below} download the QTM installer program from the Main QTM page, {click here}  
Click on the button at the bottom of the page.

If Windows Defender blocks the install, just click on "More Info" and tell it to install anyway!
Please disable your antivirus program during the download and install of QTM.  QTM may set off antivirus warning flags (stupidly) because the QTM program has the function of having you sign in to your membership account here, and enter your password, in order to be a secure program for you and the GayTorrent.ru site. BUT that action is viewed incorrectly as a security breech by some antivirus programs, and thus the download or install of QTM may be blocked, as a result. We can guarantee 100% that there is NO "bad infected program" inside QTM.

When asked "Would you like to save this file?" Click the "Save File" button. Choose a place to save it that you can remember, such as your "Downloads" folder.

Find the "QuickTorrentMaker_1.14.exe" installer program you just downloaded, and doubleclick it to start it running.
If Windows Defender blocks the install, just click on "More Info" and tell it to install anyway!
Click Yes on any Windows confirmation window that pops up.

Next, pops up:

Note the program locations for both QuickTorrentMaker AND uTorrent:

Since (to the best of my knowledge) QuickTorrentMaker is a 32 Bit program, it should be located in:
C:\Program Files (x86)\QuickTorrentMaker

If not sure where your uTorrent program resides, find your uTorrent program icon, do a right click, and choose properties... and look at "Target:"

In my 32 bit windows, it's
C:\Program Files\uTorrent\uTorrent.exe

On 64 Bit windows computers it is possibly the SAME as above (for 64 Bit versions of uTorrent), or:
C:\Program Files (x86)\uTorrent\uTorrent.exe
for 32 Bit versions of uTorrent.

Note: DON'T include the quotation marks that you'll see in the uTorrent Properties window.

These default settings above should work fine, assuming your Windows and uTorrent program is configured in standardized fashion. Make changes only if necessary, then click the "Install" button

You SHOULD get this pop up window:

Click the OK button.

To finish the installation, you need to start the program the first time, and save your user name and password, so subsequent QTM starts are simple one button clicks.

Click on your Windows Start icon, go to the programs group (click All Programs) and scroll to the QuickTorrentMaker folder. Click on the folder icon to expand it, then click on the "QuickTorrentMaker" selection.

On Windows 10, click on the Windows Logo icon (or press the Windows key) and at the top, under "Recently Added" is the GTRU QuickTorrentMaker icon. RIGHT CLICK on this button and choose: "Pin to Start". RIGHT CLICK on the button again, choose "More" and click on "Pin to taskbar". These actions should make QTM easier to find, for your next upload!

NOW click on the GT.ru Icon button, to start QuickTorrentMaker.  Cheesy

THIS window should pop up:

Click the down arrowhead in the "Choose Site" and select "gaytorrent.ru"

Click in the "Login" selection, and type in your member name.

Click in the "Password" selection and carefully enter your password.

Lastly, CHECK the " [] Remember Login/Password" checkbox, so you never have to do this another time.

NOW it should look like THIS:

Note that it MAY take as many as THREE attempts to log in to QTM, before QTM finally accepts you. Blinking

Click the "Login" button... and SUCCESS!!! You SHOULD see this:

Now, you can refer to the QTM Tutorial --click here-- for further instructions on using QTM.

Note that the next time you start QTM, ALL the site/member name/password information will already filled in for you. You'll only need to click the "Login" button.

------------------------------Additional Notes----------------------------------------------------------
NOTE that in QTM, when you click on Category, there's supposed to be a dropdown list of categories.

If it's blank, exit the program, then go to your antivirus (etc.) software, and include the "QuickTorrentMaker.exe" program in the list of ignored programs.

I did that, and got the category dropdown list to show again.

Some members have written the helpdesk, reporting:
when I try to upload a file using QTM I keep getting an error that says "Unable to load qtm.torrent: torrent is not valid bencoding!"
"I tried to create new torrent by QuickTorrent Maker v.1.14, but unsuccessfully.
Torrent file says "torrent has no hash parts".

To fix this issue, you need to take the special characters out of ALL of the file-names, by RENAMING the FILES.

ALL file-name characters must be normal ASCII characters, WESTERN ENGLISH FONT.
This error occurs when there is an unsupported character in one or more of the filenames in the torrent's contents. Generally, the most common character is the apostrophe. Please ensure that there are only regular letters or numbers, dots, spaces, or dashes in the filenames of all of the files in the torrent. Once that is done, try creating the .torrent file again and uploading the torrent again. The new upload should work once these characters are removed.

NOTE: You may have to try as many as 3 times for QTM to accept your login...

Also, your password is case-dependent; make sure your shift lock is not on...

You can test your memory of your password by logging off the main site, then logging back in, but this time, typing in your password manually.

If you need to recover your password from outside the site (IE logged off and can't remember your password), you can go to this link:

... if all else fails, and you can't seem to log back into the site, you can always send an email to:  

NEVER click the minimize button on QTM, or you will lose the "Upload" button.

You can click on Windows XP "Show Desktop" icon, (or in Vista or Windows 7 or 10, bottom right rectangle of the task bar) to minimize ALL icons, if you need to minimize QTM.

If you accidentally DO forget and minimize QTM, thus losing the "Upload" button, here's the trick to land on the hidden "Upload" button, when you're ready to upload:
1) Click the mouse one time inside the "Displayed Name" field, then
2) Hit the TAB key three times, then
3) Hit enter.
In addition, I'd like to add that QTM has occasionally been reported to have issues when working with large collections; it can have some problems making a correct .torrent file. So, you should probably use the web-based manual upload method, if you run into problems using QTM for uploading your collection.
If you click on the word "Upload" on the blue bar, you will be taken to the Upload area...

There is an excellent illustrated upload guide there:  https://www.gaytorrent.ru/uploadguide.php

I would suggest you study that guide first, before attempting the Web-Based upload procedure, here:

Note that the 4 things members seem to goof up the most when uploading their own torrent is...
1) insuring that the video you want to upload is located in the same folder you normally DOWNLOAD your porn to, on your hard drive, and you should create your torrent file referencing THIS file, in THIS location!!!

2) remembering to enter the tracker URL as:       http://tracker.gaytorrent.ru:2710/announce  
when you create the torrent file, and

3) remembering to re-download your (modified) torrent file, AFTER you upload it. You must re-download the tiny .torrent file from your uploaded torrent presentation, in order to be able to seed it.

4) Remember that with THIS picture loader... the FIRST picture uploaded is the LAST picture displayed, in your torrent presentation.

...this all gets explained pretty well, in that illustrated guide I mentioned above.

Don't forget to re-download your torrent, after you finish the above steps!
If, upon selecting the file name of the video file you happen to see a ? (question mark) appear in the file name... STOP.

THEN, using Windows Explorer, while using the English-Language-Keyboard, go back to the folder with the video file, and RENAME the file. (Right-click the file name and select "Rename").

Non-Standard characters in the file name will cause unpredictable results and certain failure, when uploading.

Identifying NON-Standard File name characters can be a bit tricky, because there are SOME NON-Standard characters that LOOK and APPEAR standard, but in fact are from a Foreign Language font, and not supported by QTM.

AFTER you finish the renaming of the video file (using the English-Language-Keyboard to rename the file) then go BACK to QTM and select the renamed file.

NO ? question marks should appear in the file name, before continuing. Thanks to member LEVI for pointing this issue out!  Cheesy
Final notes regarding using QTM, learned from my own personal experience (and problems) while using it...

Before you start uploading your torrent with QTM, I'd advise you to STOP all your torrents in uTorrent, yet keep uTorrent running. This will insure a successful (automatic) re-download of the torrent, without uTorrent being too bogged down with it's own data processing, nor there being an overload of Internet traffic occurring, during your torrent upload, via QTM...

In addition, there should be a "hands off the keyboard / NO Internet browsing" policy in place while QTM is performing its uploading, since this is a very data-intensive process between your computer and our website. This will minimize the chance of data loss during the uploading of picture and torrent data, over the Internet. I also shut down secondary Laptops and Mobile connections, during this process, too.
Compatibility issues with uTorrent 3.4.2 build 38656 (or current beta versions) is an issue of these versions of uTorrent being incompatible with many earlier standardized Torrent creation programs, and legacy folder structures and is addressed in greater detail here: https://forum.gaytorrent.ru/index.php?topic=22654.0 {click here}

If you have any questions, comments and/or additional notes you feel should be added to this list, please add a reply to this topic.  Cool

Take care,
Pawpcorn with love

updated March 7, 2018 to lead off with the instructions to make sure uTorrent is installed, and the link to do so, if needed.
updated Feb 11, 2018 to remove all the dialog about login problems with Windows 10, 64bit, as version 1.14 seems to have fixed that issue. ALSO updated version numbers to show 1.14, as the latest version. ALSO added an explanation for stopping ALL torrents (to minimize Internet traffic) to help insure a successful torrent presentation Upload, via QTM.
updated Oct.30, 2017 to include directions about the different locations for the program files of uTorrent, depending on whether it's 32 Bit or 64 Bit Windows...
updated Oct.22, 2017 to add some Windows 10 specific advice regarding pinning the QTM program button to the Start Menu AND the Task Bar, AND moved this update notice to the BOTTOM of this post, where it probably belonged in the first place, lol Cheesy
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« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2018, 07:19:44 pm »

EVERYONE who had problems with the Windows-10 64 Bit Compatibility problem....


SO VERY HAPPY to announce that QTM 1.14 has been released...
AND it seems to have cured the problems with login being rejected,
for our Windows 10 64bit version members!  Cheers

Take care,
« Last Edit: February 11, 2018, 08:42:53 am by (Hidden) » Logged


« Reply #2 on: February 10, 2018, 01:29:45 pm »

could you please give version 1.14 a try ? this time the problems should be fixed for good  Blind


« Reply #3 on: February 11, 2018, 08:44:38 am »

could you please give version 1.14 a try ? this time the problems should be fixed for good  Blind

"GOOD" being the word for the day!!!

AS IN GOOD JOB!!!! And MUCH APPRECIATED!!!   Cheers Cheers Cheers Cheers


« Reply #4 on: February 22, 2018, 06:37:08 pm »

Thanks, but even though I added the software to my AV's exclusion list, the category option is still blank  Cry Cry Cry Cry Cry

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