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pyLoad is a free and open source downloader for 1-click-hosting sites
like or
It supports link decryption as well as all important container formats.

pyLoad is written entirely in Python and is currently under heavy development.

To read the newest info, get the latest version, find help or contribute
to the wiki, visit <>

To report bugs, suggest features, ask a question, get the developer version
or help us out, visit <>


pycrypto: RSDF/CCF/DLC support
pycurl: lower memory footprint while downloading
pyqt4: for the GUI
tesseract, PIL: Captcha recognition

First start

First, run
$ python
Follow the instructions of the setup assistent.


After the first start you can configurate pyLoad with the webinterface or the GUI.
Additionally you could simply edit the config files located in your pyLoad home dir(defaults to: ~/.pyload)
with your favorite editor and edit the appropriate options. For a short description of
the options take a look at <>.

Adding downloads

To start the CLI and connect to a local server, run
$ python -l

If you want to connect from graphical enviroment, you can also use the GUI:
$ python

Or access the address you setted for the webinterface with your webbrowser.

For more information, see