This was fixed recently in another thread. Since the website has been quickly moved to the new domain popcorn-time. However, thanks soo much for your help and will let you know if any more issues interfers. Same problem here, but with the exception that I use a socks5-proxy and magnet-links. And, of course, you can use the search function to find a specific movie if you have one in mind. The main program version did not change. Someone mentioned on using a different connection and working.
Unfortunately, don't have any internet security software. I re-installed uTorrent but to no relevant results: the situations persisted. Definitely it will serve you well if Popcorn Time can't load 4K movie video later. For some reason, Popcorn Time stops working, which makes most of its users in trouble. Thanks in advance edit: oh, and sorry for any language mistakes, english is not my first language.
I turned off the option to autoupdate and got out of the program. Unless the report is very old and talks about an older. You can filter movies by genre and search for animated films, sci-fi, spy thrillers, comedies, action, and more. Therefore, I downloaded BitTorrent, just to check if it was a software issue of uTorrent. Is someone reported it already, don't open a new thread! It may just be the firefox firewall but, tried to run test on it and everything checked out. But it is not sure how long it will be operational due to those never-ending threats of lawsuits and punishment. The moderators are in no way affiliated or connected to the developers of PopCorn Time.
They all have the same problem as long as the proxy is turned on. Had to reset the default settings and use recommanded sources and now, bittorrent is working fine again but, not sure if that could be the solution. I always leave my laptop on to seed. I havent got it in front of me at the moment to see the version. Again, I'll let you know if any other issues arises.
I haven't been able to see anything due to this Metadata error since Monday, November 23. I uninstalled this program and immediately, my downloads were working. I acknowledge this is a connection problem, but I'm clueless on how to fixe it. I was informed late last night in another thread and am looking at it early this morning. Surprisingly, Popcorn Time came back from the dead in March 2016 and this movie app gets updated.
I'm using this thread because I have the same problem as all you guys. I attempted to 'Auto-Update' the program, but to no avail. I bought this laptop day after Christmas and apparently it has the Norton software advertisement that pops up every startup and wants you to sign up a regstation form but, I don't trust Norton and definitely don't trust mcafee. I'm not sure where I can find that information about the internet security software. I will double-check when I get home.
I work on the road, so I change every few nights to new hotels and since 7. Awesome catalogue If the movie is out there, Popcorn Time will find the best version possible and start streaming it right away. Anyways, I do appreciate it you helping me. This subreddit supports the official version:. In the buttom right of the screen on Bittorrent is a red indicator saying something about the firewall is limited something like that and clicked on it, ran connection test and so forth.
I used to use uTorrent until last month, when an update was made available and I obviously updated my version of the said software. Anyways, you were right, the firewall needed to be configured. I went back into the program and turned the option to autoupdate. Also, is there another program that needs to be downloaded along with bittorrent? Do you think, I need to un-install and re-install bittorrent to see if that will fix anything or do you think it's something about the firewall settings? Currently, I have only one movie on the torrent at the moment and going to give it a few mins or an hour or so. That basically means that the first movies that you'll see when you open the app are new releases in 720p and 1080p quality. She is in love with a brooding outsider, Peter Fernandez ,. Hoping to find an answer on here soon.