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Thread: Android Live TV freezes after 1 min - audio loops back to beginning

  1. #11
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    Does you IPTV provider give you the option of using HLS? If so, it might be worth trying those streams, since it'll give us more logging info.

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    Ok so I asked and was told if I change output=ts to output=m3u8 I’ll be over to HLS.

    As soon as I figure out how make the change I will switch it over. Are any logging level changes required?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cybergy View Post
    Are any logging level changes required?
    No - hopefully that'll be enough to get better info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cybergy View Post
    As soon as I figure out how make the change I will switch it over.
    Realistically, you'll probably need to delete the channels and reimport them using the output=m3u8 version of the url. (or temporarily rename npvr.db3 to something else, and let it create a empty database, so you can get back later)

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    I don’t have an output=ts in my current m3u playlist file. Do I just add a line output =m3u8?

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    You said url - is output=m3u8 an argument on the m3u url?

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    For most IPTV provider, yes usually

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    I finally figured out the format to change the stream to HLS; http://iptvprovider.com:port/live/us...ssword/##.m3u8

    But in order to edit a stream I need to use an m3u file and import to NextPVR because I can't edit a url. But XML appears to be the only file type recognized for import - is that true?

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    You can't edit a channel's url.

    You can 'import' channels from an .m3u file, or you can 'add' an individual channel using the channel url (set the type to 'internet source IPTV').

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    There's an option under Devices to import .xml channels. I don't see an option to import m3u.

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