Great care has been taken into defeating "download accelerators". Why? A misconfigured "accelerator" can waste tons and tons of bandwidth. Normal download managers should not be affected, though they will not be able to resume downloads (an unfortunate side-effect of defeating "accelerators"). Which manager are you trying to use?
Maybe I didn't explain myself clearly enough, sorry.
I'm not thinking about using a download "accelerator", for I know the problems those programs cause.
My primary concern isn't the ability to resume downloads either.
So now my problem in detail:
I'm trying to download every single AMV that's available - I watch them all, so I'm not really what you may call a leech - and till now everything was fine. I just had to right-click on that link and do a "save as", respective "save with getright" (acceleration turned off!) and the videos were downloaded automatically in a queue.
But that isn't possible with the Carrot anymore.
I tried several things but only two worked: Normal Windows download and download via Mozilla dl-manager, but I have troubles with both.
Windows dl: Download speed decreases after a time, and it's nearly impossible to downloads several videos at the same respectivly in a row.
Mozilla: Same as Windows dl, but with (non functional) resume option and no speed problem.
But in the end it's always that I have to wait until one dl is finished until I can start the next manually, or if I succeed in downloading more vids at once, I take some slots that might be used by other members, don't I?
Thus I'd have to spend several hours in front of my PC, if I wanted to keep up with the rate of new AMV releases...
So I just wanted to know if there is a program that downloads from the Carrot automatically (e.g. when I enter the Carrot-dl link manually) one after another, similar to FTP download.
It's the task of the Carrot system to distribute AMVs to those who want to watch them after all
Hope you understand my need 8)