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  Reply # 1840072 6-Aug-2017 17:52
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Spark UFB with Spark DNS here, using the "Perfect Player" Android App.

 

 

 

TVNZ 1, TVNZ 2, up the top of the list work fine, no issues. Same with the two down the botton. they load almost instantly.

 

 

 

no EPG though.

 

 

 

edit: EPG works with the updated URL from matt huisman's blog


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  Reply # 1840088 6-Aug-2017 18:12
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Oblivian:

 

Apsattv:

 

Yes I notice they are extremely slow, either heavily overloaded or something else is wrong. They use to open straight away.

 

Anyone else noticing the same?

 

by any chance are you on Vodafone fibre? and or using Google DNS?

 

also which version of KODI are you using?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bottom 2 '17 tests' are almost instant for me, (17.0 windows) Wheras the primary up top are about the same to kick in as the aus chans

 

Just installed Ivue with some xml scraping for guide info and associated with the channels loaded as favourites. Is that the 'done' thing

 

 

kiwitv2 has been updated to use matts updated EPG xml from his page

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1840261 6-Aug-2017 21:14
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Im well aware of that stream and WILL not be adding it

 

 


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  Reply # 1840262 6-Aug-2017 21:16
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Apsattv:

 

Im well aware of that stream and WILL not be adding it

 

 



I assume you have inside knowledge in this area, but how do you find the free streams that you do add, such as BBC, etc?  I know there HEAPS of iffy streams, but I cannot seem to find a source of legal streams.  Does this take inside knowledge?


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  Reply # 1840287 6-Aug-2017 22:55
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In fact considering thats not an "official" stream and considering how sensitive the owner of that channel is about streaming. It might be a good idea if Admin removes the link.

 

Wouldn't want to see Geekzone take to court by SKY

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1840334 7-Aug-2017 08:43
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Hi, not want to place a step out of bounds

 

but this NZ site https://www.freetv.co.nz/iptv.html

 

says these channels are free IPTV, how could I add the discovery channel or any of the others

 

which even they say is free bottom of page 

 

 http://www.stream2watch.cc/streaming-television/united-states/discovery-channel-live-stream

 

thanks

 

 


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  Reply # 1840350 7-Aug-2017 09:17
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Mavarick:

 

Hi, not want to place a step out of bounds

 

but this NZ site https://www.freetv.co.nz/iptv.html

 

says these channels are free IPTV, how could I add the discovery channel or any of the others

 

which even they say is free bottom of page 

 

 http://www.stream2watch.cc/streaming-television/united-states/discovery-channel-live-stream

 

thanks

 

 

 

 

Registered to a 14km2 island (Cocos) - It might not cost you anything. But its almost certainly costing someone up the chain and likely not a legitimate source.

 

Which is where the playlists in this thread come in.


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  Reply # 1840428 7-Aug-2017 10:36
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Thanks 


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  Reply # 1840493 7-Aug-2017 11:38
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Tried updating to the latest appsattv list and seem to have acquired some AU channels. Do they work for anyone and do you get epg data for them. Neither work for me. Thanks.





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  Reply # 1840517 7-Aug-2017 12:25
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rb99:

 

Tried updating to the latest appsattv list and seem to have acquired some AU channels. Do they work for anyone and do you get epg data for them. Neither work for me. Thanks.

 

 

Nice edition eh ;)

 

Yes, They work. I've been bored with local and using it a fair bit. EPG isn't included, but you can use a 2nd epg addon and load it using an xml from... elsewhere. I used Ivue to do so last night. The NZ channels has an epguide included now that shows up in the default IPTV view. While if I load Ivue (needs manual association with channels) I see the aus selection and can double click them


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  Reply # 1840531 7-Aug-2017 13:00
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Oblivian:

 

rb99:

 

Tried updating to the latest appsattv list and seem to have acquired some AU channels. Do they work for anyone and do you get epg data for them. Neither work for me. Thanks.

 

 

Nice edition eh ;)

 

Yes, They work. I've been bored with local and using it a fair bit. EPG isn't included, but you can use a 2nd epg addon and load it using an xml from... elsewhere. I used Ivue to do so last night. The NZ channels has an epguide included now that shows up in the default IPTV view. While if I load Ivue (needs manual association with channels) I see the aus selection and can double click them

 

 

Have been trying this in NextPVR and the NZ stuff is working again. Hopefully will have the guide for AU working soon as I can hopefully use the guide provided by He Who Must Not Be Named. Said person has a guide for Sydney (and other AU cities) that can be used. Just needed Sub to Point out the need for capitals in the relevant xml address i.e. Sydney not sydney.

 

Still doesn't actually play though. get error 403 Forbidden - is that a DNS thing maybe ?





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  Reply # 1840541 7-Aug-2017 13:08
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rb99:

 

Oblivian:

 

rb99:

 

Tried updating to the latest appsattv list and seem to have acquired some AU channels. Do they work for anyone and do you get epg data for them. Neither work for me. Thanks.

 

 

Nice edition eh ;)

 

Yes, They work. I've been bored with local and using it a fair bit. EPG isn't included, but you can use a 2nd epg addon and load it using an xml from... elsewhere. I used Ivue to do so last night. The NZ channels has an epguide included now that shows up in the default IPTV view. While if I load Ivue (needs manual association with channels) I see the aus selection and can double click them

 

 

Have been trying this in NextPVR and the NZ stuff is working again. Hopefully will have the guide for AU working soon as I can hopefully use the guide provided by He Who Must Not Be Named. Said person has a guide for Sydney (and other AU cities) that can be used. Just needed Sub to Point out the need for capitals in the relevant xml address i.e. Sydney not sydney.

 

Still doesn't actually play though. get error 403 Forbidden - is that a DNS thing maybe ?

 

 

Apsattv can answer but likely. Needs NZ ISP IP and DNS and such and no VPN/DNS masking.


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  Reply # 1840546 7-Aug-2017 13:12
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I have a DNS thingy. There is probably a setting on there website, just thought I'd ask, just in case





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