Ability to "strip away" torrent container. After downloading, and to enhance the simplicity of the library, strip away torrent info.
Not currently using library because each torrent is full of extra junk. I open the torrent, copy out the useful target file, such as "nnn.mp3" and place that file in my own private library. I would rather use the VUZE library, but it forces me to retain all the extra junk that together makes a complete torrent file. Once downloaded, there is not need to keep the torrent "shell" information. (Yes, I do also seed the torrent for a fair amount of time, usually double or triple the time I needed for the download.) Still, eventually, one wishes to permanently store a particular file, and it is necessary to remove it from the torrent shell itself. Why not make this an automated feature, as part of placing a file into the library?
It is a process, but here is what I do.
Tools > Options… > Files > When opening a torrent, show options dialog > every time > Use a separate dialog per torrent
When adding a new torrent set "Save Location" to where you want nnn.mp3 to permanently be
Right-click on any file in the list and select "Remove top level folder" (this step stops a folder being created with the torrent's name. You will see that next to nnn.mp3 is the location changes to where you want it to be)
Select all the files you do NOT want, right-click, select "Change destination" and select where the junk files go (I have a folder called "Junk" where I put mine).
As frustrating as the process is, there is no way to teach a computer/Vuze what is "ham" and what is "spam". It is impossible to automate.