Get HDoujin Downloader

HDoujin Downloader is a doujin/manga download manager that supports hundreds of different websites. Just input doujin/manga URLs from your favorite website and they will be added to the queue!

Features

  • Can run as a standalone executable (portable, no installation)
  • Can retrieve and save any information about a doujin/manga (author/artist/description information by default)
  • Track chapters and get notified when new chapters are posted
  • Parallel downloads, import/export download queues, download from URL list
  • Automatically convert downloaded doujins/manga to .ZIP/.CBZ/.RAR/.CBR/.PDF
  • Clipboard Monitor feature watches the clipboard for doujin/manga URLs and adds them to the download queue automatically
  • Supports the use of proxies
  • Multiple, customizable UI languages (English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Indonesian, Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, Russian, Arabic, +More)
  • Tag-based organization features, powerful folder/page naming system
  • Free to use (free version has download limit)

Requirements

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Download

Download from Google Drive:
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Download from Dropbox:
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If you only want the bare-bones executable, you can download it here.

If you run into any problems, get in touch or leave a comment. You can also leave a post in the Q&A forum to get help from other users. All feedback is welcome! Please include example URLs where applicable.

2,719 thoughts on “Get HDoujin Downloader

  1. Ren

    Hi there again, downloading manga in mangago seems not working , please check and also please update mangahasu.se instead of .com. Thanks a lot

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  2. Anonymous

    Hi I cannot open files that downloaded files using CDisplay since the last 2 version [release 280 and release 281]. Not sure which one caused it since I updated both at the same time.
    After reading the changelog, I think it’s possibly caused by the image conversion. Is there any configuration to use the old image conversion?

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    1. DoujinDownloader Post author

      The conversion algorithms are the same, there are just more options available now. By default, all images will be left alone except for .webp files, which will be converted to .jpg. If you previously had “Convert all to .jpg” checked before updating, it will now have been added as a conversion rule. If you go under “Settings > Save to > Convert, Image Conversion”, you can delete or modify any existing conversion rules. You could try deleting all of them and seeing if the issue still occurs; if it does, it might be a problem with the site you’re downloading from or CDisplay.

      If disabling all conversion rules fixes it, let me know, and we’ll go from there.

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  3. lacius96

    I noticed the .jpg file conversion make the file actually bigger than usual, but I can’t set anything other than image quality
    I feel you used 32-bit depth with 1×1 chroma? or just following the original image?
    will you add these setings as well?
    no rush though 😀

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    1. DoujinDownloader Post author

      It uses .NET’s built-in encoder, which is fairly limited in this regard (but I try to reduce the number of external dependencies as much as possible). It uses 32-bit depth by default, and I don’t think it actually allows it to be changed for the jpeg encoder (only tiff). I’ll probably need to look into introducing some additional image processing libraries for more fine-tuned conversion options.

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    1. DoujinDownloader Post author

      Have you checked out the support forum? The new Domain Management tool in the last release makes it easy to fix these issues without waiting for an update (it was created with this scenario in mind!). You can read about how to use it here.

      That said, the domain will be updated in this weekend’s release.

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