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Simple Tricks to Convert Magnet links into Torrent Files

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If you hate or don’t like Magnet links to download individual file from torrent site, then here I’m sharing few tricks to convert magnet links to torrent file.

Few days before pirate-bay has stopped serving torrent file which has seeds less than 10 and switched to magnet links. Magnet links are just a link which contain meta-data. This has been done to save space and reduce load on their server.

Magnet links into Torrent Files
Magnet links into Torrent Files

Why to Convert Magnet links into Torrent file

There are few reasons to hate magnet links and love .torrent files:

  1. They are slower than torrents file and take more time to fetch meta data.
  2. It is slightly difficult to download specific file via magnet links than torrent file.
  3. You cannot save magnet links to your computer as you can save torrent file for future downloading.

How to Convert Magnet Links into Torrent File

Method 1 : Use utorrent or Vuze ( previously called as azureus)

Download meta-data of any file by using magnet links. After downloading do as following:

For Vuze client:

Press Window+R  button from your keyboard and then type  this %appdata%\Azureus\torrents and then copy the torrent file that you wanted it.

Tip: Also if you delete file from vuze, then you can get torrent file in recycle bin.

For uTorrent client:

Open Run by pressing Windows+R button and then type this %appdata%\uTorrent\ and press enter to get torrent files.

Method 2 : Make use of Hash Info

You can copy hash of any individual file which you wanted to download and search it on to get your torrent files.

Method 3 : Use to convert magnet links is free website which converts magnet links into torrent file. You have to just paste magnet link and it will give you an option to download torrent file.

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  1. Atin says

    Very helpful!!!
    Thanks :)

  2. Atin says

    The first method is easy,quicker n best!!

  3. M.M. Enterprises says

    Wow, Nice information’s this is a very useful thanks for info.

  4. Dan says
  5. guest says

    there’s another tixati torrent client.install it.Now open the utorrent and copy the magnet link of desired file. then open tixati. now go to file transfers tab click add.then a window opens up. now select ‘open magnet link tab’ and click tixati is downloading the same file.
              Then right click on the downloading torrent go to ‘meta info’ and then to ‘save torrent’ and click browse to the folder where it is saved.usually it is in documents under downloads folder.
              this is just another advantage is you dont need to use net connection one you have downloaded tixati. no problem having installed two torrent clients……

  6. Nasser says

    Nice information. Thanks. Very useful.

  7. uawgjvwo says worked for me, thx :D

  8. SHIVAM says


  9. michael says

    I tried to use the 2nd method (uTorrent), when I followed your instructions, it opened up the folder with settings, etc. but no torrent files, am I missing something?

  10. inverse says

    Thanks nice info!!

  11. getme says

    another way is to open utorrent>options>preference>directories>Location of .torrent file.

    browse the folder where you want to save the .torrent file. simple :)

  12. aripware says

    first method very simple ^^ thanks

  13. rohan dave says

    Thanks buddy nyc info….!

  14. sTARROCK2012 says


  15. Anand says

    “”This has been done to save space and reduce load on their server.””

    That’s not true bro.

    In fact, getting the .torrent file from seeders every time is a waste of broadband and increases server load. The reason is to reduce legal liability by not hosting any copyrighted material, including the .torrent file on their servers, much like

    Anand, bangalore

    ps: and why can i only type in all caps? it’s like i’m shouting.

  16. bawriter says

    I followed method 1, on my utorrent 3.2.1. I managed to get the torrent metafile, but if you start it on another utorrent client the trackers are now entirely missing.

    this is because utorrent keeps the tracker names separately, in the resume.dat file, and not in the torrent metafile it creates on the fly in %appdata%\uTorrent\.

    of course, you can manually copy the tracker names, create a new text file with those names in it, and if you need to reopen that torrent in another torrent client you can manually add the tracker names from your text file. mmh…, kinda cumbersome, ain’t it?

    otoh, method 3 ( works pretty well.

    any easy workaround to method 1 problem, any chance?

  17. bawriter says

    On a further test, in utorrent, it all depends on whether your download starts from a magnetic link or a real torrent metafile.

    if from from a magnetic link , then the metafile in %appdata%\uTorrent will not contain the tracker names.

    if from from from a real torrent metafile then the metafile in %appdata%\uTorrent *will *contain the tracker names.

  18. paulie says

    You missed one more real good reason to hate magnets: they require a newer torrent client, which isn’t available for mac ppc (at least not a reliable one). downloading torrents was hard enough on mac before. thanks.

  19. Roberto says

    Thanks, this guide worked for me. I’m using a nas drive torrent client that can’t use magnet links so was a pain. Magnet2torrent worked well and allowd me to copy the torrent URL so I could do it all from my playbook. Bookmarked

  20. kualla says

    to save a magnet, simply copy the url and create a shortcut then drag/open that with your torrent client

    ..sorry for caps, my keyboard is messed up

  21. kINGSLY says


  22. Rob54 says

    Can you please show how to do that on Torch browser? This is the client that I’m using.
    Thanks man

  23. steven kleinert says

    found as well that does the same

  24. Joe says

    I’m not sure if the previous comment was censored because of list of domain names to blacklist in hosts file was in it… Hey guys, don’t use that magnet2torrent link – It’s probably that thing where they install a fake Adobe Flash update!

  25. Hola says

    I think title is worong, none of this “convert” something..I think you need connect with peers to get directory structure if you are using a magnet link

  26. Beny says

    Now open a new site to convert pirate bay magnet links to .torrent

    100% working!

  27. Freonpsandoz says

    Only method 1 worked for hash 23C8D51A1A3113114E69E959DD959045DE3416AA. Method 2 found torrents purportedly matching the hash, but not the correct one. Method 3 just attempted to find the corresponding torrent on Torcache, but it doesn’t exist there, which I already knew, or I wouldn’t have bothered with a magnet in the first place.

  28. Mukund says

    Thank you so much!!!

  29. Ransom says

    Using torrent files are great when i want to transfer data. Why do most sites refuse torrent downloads?

  30. Qat says

    Junk. Why do you need such an an application or a website? You can just copy it right from the folder. That is where utorrent save the .torrent file when using magnet links,

  31. Torrent says

    Try Torrent Address