Downloaded torrent file, now how do you convert the .torrent file to something that will play?? Know this has been discussed before and still don't understand. Keep cussing to a minimum and please give me the basics of opening/converting a torrent file.
It seems to have been covered already, but one more perspective won't hurt.
The torrent file itself is just a tiny file with the information of the download on it. When you run this in a bit torrent client you download the actual concert or whatever is being torrented. It will in most cases be, as RVW suggested, flac files, and you can convert them to wave files with Flac Front End, or directly from Nero. Alternatively you can listen to them in WinAmp when you have downloaded the flac plug in.
But any file type can be torrented. The torrent is just a delivery method. Once you have finished the download the files will be on your computer, either (depending on the client) in a folder you have specified, or in a folder called downloads or complete in the programs directory (ie. C:\Program Files\Shareaza\Downloads)
djaef - Queen fan since 1678, after the Dorog concert!