Intuitive program that helps you check the put.io servers for new files, download them on your system, limit the total download speed, and grab subtitles.
- put.io Download Manager
- Version:0.2.8 Beta
- License :GPL
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:Gunhan Ozden
put.io Download Manager Description
put.io Download Manager is a small Windows application whose purpose is to monitor the put.io servers for new files and download them to your computer. put.io is a cloud storage service able to download and store torrents in an online space.
Portable running mode
Portability brings some benefits to your system. You can run the program directly on your computer without following an installation process and having administrative privileges.
What’s more, it doesn’t leave any registry entries in the Windows registry. You can copy it on any USB flash drive or other devices and carry it with you.
Since this is a Java-based utility, you need to firstly deploy the working environment on your computer in order to make it work.
put.io Download Manager sports a user-friendly layout that reveals a list with the out.io folders, watch list, as well as information about each file, such as filename, type, size, creation date and status.
Additionally, you are allowed to add, remove the selected folder or delete all items with just one click, connect or disconnect to/from the put.io server, limit the total download speed, open the saving directory where the downloads are saved directly from the main window, and reset the download session.
Rich suite of configuration settings
put.io Download Manager bundles a multitude of dedicated parameters for helping you download default subtitle automatically when a download is started and add UTF-8 header to the downloaded subtitle if it’s not included. The subtitles are grabbed directly from the put.io server, renamed after the video files and copied to the same directory where the corresponding video is stored.
What’s more, you can alter the connection settings by specifying the access token, tweaking proxy parameters, automatically checking the server at a custom time, and deleting empty subfolders (in order to keep the account clean).
You are given the option to run the utility at Windows startup, enable the automatic download mode, automatically wipe downloaded files on the server in case of a successful connection, enter the maximum number of simultaneous downloads, skip the download if the file size is smaller than a given value, and limit the total download speed.
There’s also support for conflict settings so you can make the app download again, skip or skip and delete items that are already grabbed and overwrite, as well as skip, skip and delete from the server, skip in case of same file size or skip in case of same file and delete from the server the items that exist on the disc.
Last but not least, you can apply the CRC32 check so you can verify if the files were downloaded correctly and add new transfers to the selected folder.
A reliable and efficient put.io download manager
In conclusion, put.io Download Manager successfully mixes up an intuitive layout with a comprehensive suite of features for helping you manage put.io downloads.