NZB-RSS.com is a site that allows you to get information on all of the video files that have been uploaded to the newsgroups very quickly. It integrates with RSS feeds, allowing you to use it with newsreaders that have that functionality built into them. The site does have its advantages and it may appeal to some users.
Update: as of September 2014
- Site currently still Working and Online
- Completely free service!
- Website is clean and NO ADVERTISEMENTS!
- No registration required!
- Concentrates on TV shows
- Integrates with RSS feeds
- Hourly indexes newsgroup contents!
- Worth a try using with different applications such as SABNZBD and more..
- You can also support the website using BITCOINATE
The first thing you’re likely to notice about NZB-RSS.com is that the website has a very simple and easy to follow interface. You won’t find any extraneous links, menus or other distractions when you’re looking at the site. It simply gives you a list of videos that have been uploaded to the USENET newsgroups. Click on any of the links and you’ll get all of the latest NZB files for the video in question available and the option to add RSS feeds to keep you notified when these files are uploaded in the future.
The RSS feeds have a nice customization feature that allows you to choose high definition formats in some cases. For those who are picky about the quality of their video, this might be a tempting feature. Downloading the NZB files themselves is very easy to do.
Using the RSS Feature
For users who prefer the SABNZBD and Newsbin newsreader clients, the RSS feature is definitely something worth considering. These clients, and some others, allow RSS downloading, which can vastly simplify the process of downloading a video once it becomes available on USENET. If you’re tired of hunting around and waiting to see when a new video is uploaded, this might save you quite a bit of time. Some other clients support RSS downloading, as well, and the users of those clients may very well want to take a look at NZB-RSS.com as an option.
Currently, you don’t have to have any type of membership to search, browse or otherwise use the site, which is another plus. Clicking the download link downloads the NZB file to your computer, which you can then use to download the actual file by opening up your regular USENET access provider’s newsreader or whatever newsreader you use on your own.
With many NZB indexing sites disappearing off of the Internet lately, NZB-RSS.com provides a nice option. Particularly if you want to utilize the RSS downloading feature on a newsreader, this site may well be worth taking a look at and trying out to see if it’s what you’ve been looking for.