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For adding more indexers to autobrr, please submit an Indexer Request on GitHub

Supported Indexers

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  • ABNormal
  • AcidLounge
  • Aither
  • AlphaRatio
  • AnimeBytes
  • Anthelion
  • Bemaniso
  • BeyondHD
  • Bit-HDTV
  • BitSexy
  • Bittorrentfiles
  • BroadcasTheNet
  • BrokenStones
  • Cathode-Ray Tube
  • DanishBytes
  • DigitalCore
  • Empornium
  • Enthralled
  • FileList
  • Funfile
  • Fuzer
  • GazelleGames
  • HD-Space
  • HD-Torrents
  • HDBits
  • Hebits
  • Huno
  • iAnon
  • ImmortalSeed
  • IPTorrents
  • KeepFRDS
  • Locadora
  • LST
  • Milkie
  • MoreThanTV
  • MyAnonamouse
  • nCore
  • Nebulance
  • Norbits
  • Nyaa
  • OnlyEncodes
  • Orpheus
  • PassThePopcorn
  • PixelHD
  • PolishSource
  • PolishTracker
  • PornBay
  • PreToMe
  • PTFiles
  • PussyTorrents
  • Redacted
  • ReelFliX
  • RetroFlix
  • RevolutionTT
  • Romanian Metal Torrents / iPlay
  • SceneHD
  • Sharewood
  • SkipTheCommericals
  • SkipTheTrailers
  • SpeedApp
  • SubsPlease
  • SugoiMusic
  • SuperBits
  • TheDarkCommunity
  • TheOldSchool
  • Tokyo Toshokan
  • TorrentBytes
  • TorrentDay
  • TorrentHR
  • TorrentLeech
  • TorrentNetwork
  • TorrentSectorCrew
  • TorrentSeeds
  • TorrentSyndikat
  • TranceTraffic
  • UHDBits
  • xSpeeds

along with the Generic RSS and Generic Torznab/Newznab integration.


Navigate to Settings > Indexers to add new indexers.

When adding a new indexer, autobrr automatically configures the necessary IRC network and channels. Indexers usually need some extra keys to work. The common ones are:

  • passkey
  • rsskey
  • torrent_pass
  • auth_key
  • apikey

Not all of these are required when setting up a new indexer. Passkeys and torrent_pass are typically found in the download url of a torrent, while apikey, auth_key and rsskeys are on your indexer's profile page. Check your indexers wiki/forum etc. if you're having trouble finding something specific, the question has been likely asked before and the staff probably already have their own guide on how to set up.

For instance, TorrentLeech provides a setup guide here.

  • If NickServ Password is marked with a *, a registered IRC account is required. Refer to registering with NickServ for more details.
  • NickServ Account marked with a * indicates that it's utilized only for the nick but supports NickServ authentication.
  • The invite command field under Settings > IRC > Edit network will come pre-populated. Input your IRC key here, and ensure the rest of the settings remain unchanged.

Activating the Network

Once your indexer is configured, go to Settings > IRC and flip the switch associated with the newly created network. Now is a good time to review all settings, including the invite command.


Refer to the IRC section for detailed information about NickServ, IRC keys, and nick grouping.


Some trackers (eg: BTN) require manual IP approval for any IP touching their API. After running autobrr you may need to approve the IP at your tracker.

External Identifier (optional)

To enable features such as seed limits (seed ratio, seed time) when pushing releases to *arrs, an External identifier is required. This identifier must correspond to the indexer name in your *arr setup. If you are using Prowlarr, it will typically be listed as "TorrentLeech (Prowlarr)".


Available in verison v1.42.0+

This option will only appear when you edit an existing indexer.

Custom indexer definitions

autobrr supports custom indexer definitions.

In the autobrr config file, add the following to the bottom if it's not already there:

# Custom definitions
customDefinitions = "/home/$YOUR_USER/.config/autobrr/definitions"

Change $YOUR_USER to your username.

For Docker:

# Custom definitions
customDefinitions = "/config/definitions"

This should work if you have /config mapped to a volume which you hopefully have.

  1. Create your definition file and place it in the directory specified in your config file.
  2. Restart autobrr to apply changes.
  3. Configure the new indexer by navigating to Settings > Indexers and setting it up as usual.