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    Hi. Ia it possible to make my own m3u lists to add to my boquets in vu solo?

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    you mean for IPTV playback


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    Yes mate. What I wan to try is to find web streams and put them into m3u list to add to bouquets.

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    You will need to install an IPTV plugin then before you can add any


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    I heard you can add them tona notepadd file and then add it to bouquets. Wasnt sure on the format tho and struggling to find any info on the web.

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    not the same machine but the same principle:



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    Something very similar to that. For example....if I got the stream url from say wiziwig and placed it into a file and added to etc/enigma 2. This would place it on bouquets. Is this possible?

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    Quote Originally Posted by regy101 View Post
    Something very similar to that. For example....if I got the stream url from say wiziwig and placed it into a file and added to etc/enigma 2. This would place it on bouquets. Is this possible?
    If you watch the video as i previously stated you need the streamTV Player plugin which lets you watch the Streams


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    m3u files and your bouquets are different . you can add iptv links to a bouquet using dream control center , but there is a format in which the links must be added . also some links wont play in a bouquet such as simple tv links and mms links . but rtmp/ rtsp/ http links will play , however as i said you have to add them in a particular format , and free iptv links dont last forever they can last anywhere from minutes to weeks and months depending on the links sources .

    if your box is enigma 2 you can use the media player and media player playlist file to play iptv links , basicly you again use dcc to add the links to the playlist file (again there is a format ) and then you use the media player to play the links . the benfit of this method is that it also plays simple tv links .

    another option is to install tsmedia , that gives you a lot of iptv be it movies / tv series / iptv channels etc all free . an additional benifit is that you can create m3u files using notepad and add links to them and the use tsmedia to play all these links . i have quite a few m3u files added to tsmedia myself and it works well ,also tsmedia has a download option so if you saw a good playlist on tsmedia you could select download and then it can be saved as an m3u file . what i do is i have a movie file / a sports file / documentary file etc etc im sure you get the picture , and then i edit the files when they need editing and update or remove dead links and add new ones , all you need are good reliable regularly updated iptv link sources .

    there is another plugin called iptv list updater which you could consider also , that creates lists for you , i dont know if you can add your own channels or lm3u lists to it .

    streamtv player and nstream player and similar players use xml files as opposed to m3u files , so you would need an xml editor to add the links in the correct format .
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    Quote Originally Posted by regy101 View Post
    Something very similar to that. For example....if I got the stream url from say wiziwig and placed it into a file and added to etc/enigma 2. This would place it on bouquets. Is this possible?

    that wouldnt put the link into your bouquets , your bouquets are in that location but all you would be doing is adding a file to that location . you can use dcc to edit the favourites bouquet and add links to it in a certain format , however as you mention wiziwig i would think they are simple tv links and as such those types of links wont play in a bouquet . that said some simple tv links can be broken down in to smaller rtmp links that will play in a bouquet , however its better to use a method that allows multiple link types to play , ive outlined a few options in my other post .
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    Thanks digicon/piopat.

    So if ihave found a web stream for example http://mtstreamlink.com/sports_1.php DCC should be able to sort it?

    I have tsmedia installed as well. I will look into all options above but appreciate your help.

 

 

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