The Netflix catalog leaves you unmoved and you swear by those good old pirate downloads? Better still, do you really want to spend five or ten years in a cell with Dodo la Brine's cousin? Moviepanda is for you! Better, you are made for him and it is even downright a beautiful love story that may begin. A story that could make you cheat on Popcorn Time elsewhere.
Let's be clear. Using this solution involves risks. Admittedly, the Hadopi is not precisely in the best of its form (if it has never been) but that is not a reason to go headlong either.
Moviepanda is very similar to Popcorn Time in its operation and it will ultimately act as an interface between you and the bittorrent network. After launching the software, you will find yourself in front of a catalog made up of more than 15,000 films. To watch a feature film, all you have to do is click on its cover and then press the appropriate button. There, you can choose the desired quality and select the file in the lower part of the window.
The panda will take care of everything for you.
As mentioned above, the utility relies on the bittorrent network to operate, but all metadata is automatically retrieved from IMDb. This is precisely what allows it to offer complete files with beautiful visuals and lots of interesting information on the indexed works.
The question that everyone is asking, of course, is what the solution is propelled by. It's not easy to answer it because Moviepanda's source code is not (yet) accessible to ordinary people, but many people think it was built on the smoldering ruins of Popcorn Time.
In any case, this is what emerges from this discussion .
If you want to test it, this is where it happens, but a word of advice anyway: run it in a virtual machine first , just to see if it contains malware.
Ah and if not, know that the rascal is available on Windows and OS X. A Linux version is apparently in preparation.