DeepCave NZB Review
DeepCave NZB, located at https://dusky.deepcave.net/, is a NewzNab USENET indexer for video binaries. It has SSL security and plenty of other features that make it a decent choice. The open registration period has ended, but you might be able to get registered with the site if you have a friend who signed up in time. Each registrant was given five invitations to hand out to people of their choice, so be sure to ask if you know someone who got registered.
About DeepCave NZB as of September 2, 2014
- Currently Open for registration.
- Offers both free and Donor account.
- Concentrates on Audios and Videos
- SABnzbd Integration
- Supports NZBVortex
Important NOTE: According to site “All registrants have invites to pass out, so please feel free to invite your friends after we close the registration to invite-only!”
The site doesn’t have information whether they accept donation or not. However, any contribution would highly appreciated. You can contribute using any payment method you prefer.
DeepCave/DuskyNZB is for scanning the Usenet Alt Binaries Groups for Movies, Audio, and TV, it is excellent for those who use applications such as;
DeepCave uses SSL security. There were originally some issues for users with this feature, but the developer has fixed them and it should be working fine now. The site was tested using multiple browsers and operating systems.
The current backfill is at 200 days, but is growing, so there should be plenty of binaries for users to comb through. The developer has indexed the most popular video groups already, but is open to having other groups added on request. Currently, the developer is looking to backfill a full year for the existing groups and then may add new groups as is practical, possibly comics, books and audio groups.
For those who want to use the API, the limit is 50/50 for API hits and grabs. The developer is currently increasing the number of API hits and grabs, however, and you can contact the developer to get more if required.
The site looks to be rapidly expanding in both retention and the number of groups indexed, so getting an invite may be well worth it for those who prefer to use NZB files to grab binaries.
The developer of this site has been exceptionally responsive to users on forums. This is a good sign and indicates that there may be more of a community feel here than on some other sites, making it an interesting choice for those who want a site where requests are listened to.
The site already got 500 users from their first announcement, so there are clearly a lot of people out there looking for a good NZB site to download from. This one has some of the features that experienced users will demand, such as the SSL protected downloads. If you’re in the market for a new NZB indexer, or just want a backup option, it may be worth it to request an invite and see if you can get on board.