Let’s face it- you can find XVID encoded movies in almost every General/0Day tracker. But how about a tracker with movies in RMVB format? RMVB (RealMedia multimedia container format) is a somewhat popular file format on file sharing mediums. Movies encoded in this format are generally smaller in file size that their XVID counterparts – for example a typical 1.5 hour (1CD) RMVB movie weighs at 350-400MB while a 2+ hours movie (2CD) weighs at around 700MB in file size. Of course there are differences in video quality but RMVB is actually a good option for those who’ll die for a few hundred MBs of storage space or bandwidth.


RmvBusterS is a private torrent tracker that deals exclusively with movies and TV series in RMVB format. You won’t find any of the standard XVID encoded scene releases or untouched DVDR releases here. Instead you’ll find re-encoded RMVB versions of popular movies and TV series. The fact that each and every torrent on this tracker being a unique re-encode not found on other sites makes RMVBusters a valuable addition to a pirate’s treasure box.

Did we mention that RmvBusterS is a Polish tracker? There are both Polish and English content here. Almost all torrents have some Polish word in their title but that doesn’t mean they have Polish audio or dubbed in Polish. For example Anioly i Demony (Angels and Demons) (2009) [Sub-PL] [R5.LiNE-DEViSE] [x264-RmvBusterS] actually has English audio with optional Polish subtitles. Same goes for many other torrents found on this site – look for the Eng tag on title to find English content (which are plentiful by the way).

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RmvBusterS  is a well established tracker in the BitTorrent scene. Although the site is almost always closed to public signups, it has no shortage of members – right now there are over 7000 registeredmembers on this site. With over 7700 torrents, RmvBusterS has a pretty big torrent index too.

If you are interested getting into this tracker, now is your chance. It’s currently open for public registration and no invitation code is required to signup during this time. Get in while you can – signups may become invite only at any time.

Site Name: RmvBusterS (http://rmvbusters.pl)

Signup URL - English: http://rmvbusters.pl/signup_key.php?lang=en

Signup URL – Polish : http://rmvbusters.pl/signup_key.php?lang=pl


  1. dbeg // 7/12/2009 01:28:00 AM  

    2CD releases are 1400MB/1.4GB in size, not 700MB.

  2. Magma // 7/12/2009 01:31:00 AM  

    @ dbeg, you still understood what he/she wanted to say right?

  3. Lightning_Struck_Tower // 7/12/2009 01:33:00 AM  

    "2CD releases are 1400MB/1.4GB in size, not 700MB."

    What i said was that a standard 2CD release encoded in RMVB is around 700MB. Half the size.

  4. sherpeledenis // 7/12/2009 01:48:00 AM  

    this tracker will be dead in a week

  5. Lightning_Struck_Tower // 7/12/2009 01:50:00 AM  

    It's been around for ages and still going strong. I dont see why it'd be dead in a week.

  6. zoomby // 7/12/2009 07:56:00 AM  

    Nice Review. But seriously dere are Tooooooooo many Movie tracker and now days i have nearly 5 options when i want to download movie

  7. iNcOgNiTo // 7/12/2009 09:20:00 AM  

    RMVB & MKV rocks.

  8. ruudy // 7/12/2009 01:56:00 PM  

    rmvb and mkv definitely rocks.

    @TEAM FILENETWORKS : getting away from this site, do you know some "rv9 group" who makes "*.rmvb" format movies. I mean do they have private torrent tracker like rmvbbusters?

    I have 1 movie "No Country for Old Men" from the same rv9 group of size 400mb. The quality was amazing, better than those
    700mb-1.37gb avi format dvd-ripped movies.

    Only thing was, it didnt play in wmp or vlc. It played in mpc tho.

    You say they re-encode, in rmvb container, 2 questions

    1 - Do they re-encode the ripped format avi or directly from DVD to rmvb [I'm yet to see any rmvb file there]

    2 - I had to get in there for some time now, finally i got in bcoz of your timely annoucement. When I got in there I saw the sizes of files you mentioned but the format was still '*.avi' So they encode with rmvb codecs but they keep the avi container?

    >>> One more thing to note about rmvbbusters is that i am unable to get the english version while browsing.