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

Screenshots

Download

Download from GitHub:
Download from GitHub
Download from Mega:
Download from Mega
If you only want the bare-bones executable without Lua module support, 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.

3,540 thoughts on “Get HDoujin Downloader

    1. DoujinDownloader Post author

      Thanks for including the log file. It doesn’t look like anything is amiss, however, so I’m just sure just yet why you’re having problems. There should be two– The “hiperdex” file you included, and another one named “debug”. Can you please do the same thing you did, but include the “debug” log file as well this time?

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  1. Nyaalatheria

    Is there a work around for myreadingmanga.info? I’ve looked through the form pages and tried some other people’s advice but I can’t seem to get it to function at all.

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    1. DoujinDownloader Post author

      This is something that comes up a lot. I’ve got it on my to-do list, but I don’t have an ETA for it. There are some things I would need to change to have it work comfortably with these kinds of sites, so supporting them will be a bit more work than it is adding other sites.

      For scraping imageboards, I would recommend Hydrus Network.

      Reply
  2. Leo

    Hi, I downloaded the software and tried to run it, but I think something is wrong. I unzipped the files and clicked at the executable, but nothing happens. Do you know what I can do to get it running?

    Thanks in advance.

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    1. DoujinDownloader Post author

      Every once in a while I get a report like this, and I’m not totally sure what causes it. If you’re willing, we can troubleshoot and try to figure it out.

      Can you let me know what operating system you’re using, and what antivirus software you have installed? Do you see it listed in Task Manager? If so, does it close immediately, or just sit there?

      My first guess would be AV software taking issue with it, so whitelisting the application might help (and if you let me know what software it is, I can submit a false-positive report).

      Also, you can start HDoujin Downloader from the command line (cmd.exe) with the --enable-logging flag to generate a log file saved to the “log” folder. If you send me the log file, I’ll check it out. If you don’t know what I mean by this, don’t worry about it.

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      1. Leo

        I’m using Windows 10. It doesn’t even appear in the Task Manager. I also use the Sophos Home AV if you want to send the report, but it’s probably not that as I have scanned the file and everything is allright, and I would also be notified if that were the case.

        Lastly, I also tried starting it from the command line with the logging flag (“HDoujin Downloader.exe” –enable-logging in the directory I installed it), but the log folder isn’t created. I think it should be created in the HDoujin directory?

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        1. DoujinDownloader Post author

          Thanks a lot for the response. You are correct, it would have created a log file in a folder named “log” in the same directory as the executable. The fact it’s not even getting to the point that it can create the log file is very unusual. I even installed Sophos myself to see if it’s related, and you’re right, it doesn’t appear to be.

          HDoujin Downloader requires .NET Framework 4.0 to be installed, which it should be by default on Windows 10, but trying to install it is worth a shot. You can download it from Microsoft here.

          You can also check the Windows’ Event Viewer and see if there are any relevant errors logged under the “Application” section. They can be sorted by timestamp to find the ones most likely to be relevant. If you see anything that looks like it might be related there, let me know what it says.

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    1. DoujinDownloader Post author

      You’re right! I just uploaded a module update, so it should be working the next time you sync your modules (which occurs at each restart).

      Let me know if you have any problems!

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    1. DoujinDownloader Post author

      Yes, HentaiNexus is supported. I tested it out with the latest version to make sure the support module is still up-to-date, and it appears to still be working from my end. If you’re having any problems with it, let me know!

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    1. DoujinDownloader Post author

      The first two are actually already supported, and I’ve now added support for NewToki. It should be working the next time you sync your modules, which occurs automatically at each restart.

      If you problems with any of these sites, let me know!

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