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IPTV
« on: 06:54:26 | 16 November, 2016 »
Does anyone know anything about IP TV, I have seen that it is very encouraging out on the web, but you do not get much help.
I know that this Forum is Radio which I am very glad that has helped me a lot and is happy and a big thanks to the good people who are here.
So maybe we could make a forum in here, to see how many are interested, and then we have the total, with radio and TV, and we do not have to go to other places.
Is BIG THANK YOU to everyone here from the small Copenhagen.
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Re: IPTV
« Reply #1 on: 10:43:05 | 16 November, 2016 »
Hi Erik, welcome to the forum,
Exactly which TV channels do you want to see?

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Re: IPTV
« Reply #2 on: 13:17:52 | 16 November, 2016 »
I would like everything that can be seen as cultures from other countries I'm interested in and Sport, Football, Fishing, Nature. and if you could get Philippine TV, so my wife could get some news from home.
I've tried with IPTV on my HTC smartfone and it was really good.
But the result from my PC, Windows 7 was not good that I had freezes where the image disappeared.
Excuse my English, so long since I've been out and travel.
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Re: IPTV
« Reply #3 on: 00:02:44 | 17 November, 2016 »
On what sites have you been watching? For me, IPTV denotes many possible sites and platforms. For starters go to "filmon.com", where hundreds of mostly European channels are available. Here, at the top of the screen select "Free" + " Live TV"
Otherwise, the first thing you should do is to install "Kodi" on your PC. The program can be downloaded here
https://kodi.tv/download/
scroll down and choose Windows, Linux, Mac or whatever.
After installing, you need to install so-called "add-ons". The easiest way to do this is follow these instructions:
http://kodi.wiki/view/HOW-TO:Install_add-ons
Kodi used to be called XBMC, so that name still pops up often.
There many addons offering all sorts of live TV and movies. Right now numerous Filipino channels are working, in addition to thousands of others from around the world.
Kodi can also be loaded on a set-top box (e.g. Amazon Fire TV), which is the most handy way to use it to watch TV, but we'll get to that later after you get Kodi working.
You could buy a preloaded Kodi box for as little as €50. Best option for you in Denmark is probably Amazon-Germany.
https://www.amazon.de/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_2?__mk_de_DE=%C3%85M%C3%85%C5%BD%C3%95%C3%91&url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=kodi+box
« Last Edit: 00:43:25 | 17 November, 2016 by Keenite »

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Re: IPTV
« Reply #4 on: 05:31:20 | 17 November, 2016 »

I've been on this http://www.iptv1free.com/ and downloaded Playlist and player because I think they are up to date but I do not know what that fits what. Playlist to the Player? and I can not see the files which countries and what programs, so clever I am not, I wish it so I could help others.
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Re: IPTV
« Reply #5 on: 06:30:40 | 17 November, 2016 »
Erik, sorry, I misunderstood, because "IPTV" is also a generic term for all TV channels you can watch via the internet. I am not familiar with the site you mention and it doesn't seem very intuitive to me.
So you download the player and then a list of working channels? How many channels can you receive?

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Re: IPTV
« Reply #6 on: 11:37:02 | 17 November, 2016 »
To me it seems to be the same, for there I will take it is also alive, they might do it just in a different way.
I stick to your side, that's what I'm interested in LIVE !!!.

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Re: IPTV
« Reply #7 on: 22:32:20 | 17 November, 2016 »
Helloooo Keenite!!!
Do You have a Android Mobil Phone !!!
4 I like to send You a file With I Call A IPTV Live.
If Yes,please give me something I can send a APK file on 20Mb to,like gmail, Skype.
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Re: IPTV
« Reply #8 on: 00:26:30 | 18 November, 2016 »
Hi Erik,
Thanks for the offer, but I already have several set-top boxes I use for all the IPTV channels I want to watch (Roku, Amazon Fire TV with Kodi loaded).
I never watch TV on my smartphone anyway, because I prefer my big TV for this.
If you ever want to watch these channels on your flatscreen TV, you might consider getting a Kodi box as I suggested. Kodi also offers all the public TV channels from Denmark, Sweden and Norway in good video quality. But which box you buy depends on the channels you want to watch, because no one box covers all possible IPTV channels.
I have been to Denmark many times, one of my best friends lives in Hornbaek.
tusend tak,
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Re: IPTV
« Reply #9 on: 06:33:45 | 18 November, 2016 »
We have a Nexbox N9. But do not know how we get it updated, so it is below our TV.
Det Would be great if we could get something Philippine TV when his wife comes from Bicol in the Philippines.
Sport As F1, Football as PSG, Barcelona, ​​Manchester City and Unitet would also be perfect.
Men It is only wishful thinking
Thanks 4 all the good info
A Good Weekend for everyone here on the good forum where I've got good info

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Re: IPTV
« Reply #10 on: 01:40:28 | 19 November, 2016 »
Can you name a few Filipino channels you would like to see? I have found several that work online, but perhaps you already have them.
From what I read in the internet, your Nexbox should already have Kodi (or XBMC) installed, please check to see if you have it, and if yes, which version?
If you do, I can recommend some good live TV apps.

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Re: IPTV
« Reply #11 on: 00:41:38 | 21 November, 2016 »
How to read this list in a Player (so you can see it on an Android or on TV,Nexbox N9.

https://bestcccamservers-hdiptvonline.blogspot.dk/2016/11/free-iptv-online-full-hd-3d-package_21.html
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Re: IPTV
« Reply #12 on: 08:14:17 | 18 March, 2017 »
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