This program can open up to six simultaneous news server connections, download all file types including UUencode, Base64, and yEnc formats.
TIFNY can handle large multi-segment music and video files, automatically downloading, combining, and cataloging them for you.
It provides four different ways to locate binary files. You can download the pictures, music, and video files that interest you automatically, or scan the headers from your favorite newsgroups and see a summary of what is available.
The program learns from past usage, and utilizes that information to capture only what you want. You can filter out unwanted files by author, organization, newsgroup, file type, cross-posting threshold, size or keyword.
All downloaded files are added to TIFNY's database so you can locate and sort them by keyword, author, date or size. It has a built-in MP3 player, a built-in image viewer, and a video player. The thumbnail creator allows you to browse your files by directory, newsgroup and file type.
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