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  Reply # 1893677 1-Nov-2017 15:14
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The TV Guide for Kodi for NZ is out by 1 hour. e.g. 1 News at 6pm shows as starting at 5pm. This is probably something to do with daylight saving time. Is there a setting I need to set to adjust the time?





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  Reply # 1893678 1-Nov-2017 15:29
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I had this for a while, found there was a 'reset' option somewhere that seemed to clear the entire EPG and reload it.

Will let you know when I find the option again when I get home (unless someone else gets in before me).


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  Reply # 1893680 1-Nov-2017 15:42
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You can time shift the epguide in the config of basic PVR addon, but don't expect the aus chans to line up ever again. So I've learnt :)


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  Reply # 1893745 1-Nov-2017 17:24
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Every Kodi version seems to be different, but in 17.4 you have to go to System, PVR and Live TV, Guide, Clear Data.

 

 





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  Reply # 1893759 1-Nov-2017 18:00
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geek4me: The TV Guide for Kodi for NZ is out by 1 hour. e.g. 1 News at 6pm shows as starting at 5pm. This is probably something to do with daylight saving time. Is there a setting I need to set to adjust the time? 

 

Same same. I've only noticed it over the last few days.

 

Rikkitic: Every Kodi version seems to be different, but in 17.4 you have to go to System, PVR and Live TV, Guide, Clear Data. 

 

Thanks for the suggestion, unfortunately it didn't work. 


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  Reply # 1893762 1-Nov-2017 18:04
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Dratsab:

 

geek4me: The TV Guide for Kodi for NZ is out by 1 hour. e.g. 1 News at 6pm shows as starting at 5pm. This is probably something to do with daylight saving time. Is there a setting I need to set to adjust the time? 

 

Same same. I've only noticed it over the last few days.

 

Rikkitic: Every Kodi version seems to be different, but in 17.4 you have to go to System, PVR and Live TV, Guide, Clear Data. 

 

Thanks for the suggestion, unfortunately it didn't work. 

 

 

Settings, Addons, PVR IPTV, EPG Settings, EPG Time Shift. Then +1

 

Then do the reset. Worked for me to re-align


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  Reply # 1894027 2-Nov-2017 08:49
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I found I was unable to get the epg time shift correct on SPMC, no matter what I did it was always 11 hours out. On Kodi it worked fine.

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  Reply # 1894087 2-Nov-2017 10:06
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rscole86: I found I was unable to get the epg time shift correct on SPMC, no matter what I did it was always 11 hours out. On Kodi it worked fine.

 

I am also running SPMC and the guide is correct for me. Don't know what the difference is.

 

 





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  Reply # 1903585 18-Nov-2017 09:44
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Probably wrong thread, but anyway, anyone know the format of Freeview via IPTV, or whatever its called. Is there a table somewhere of which are HD, which are SD and their exact resolutions. Also what I really want to know, progressive or interlaced, if that even applies to IPTV.





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  Reply # 1903597 18-Nov-2017 10:13
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rb99:

 

Probably wrong thread, but anyway, anyone know the format of Freeview via IPTV, or whatever its called. Is there a table somewhere of which are HD, which are SD and their exact resolutions. Also what I really want to know, progressive or interlaced, if that even applies to IPTV.

 

It really depends on the channel. There is no general Freeview standard - they're all just broadcasters providing their own streams independent of Freeview. The .m3u URL supplied in this thread is just grouping them together.

 

Most of the channel streams are HLS streams, which is a popular IPTV format originally created by Apple. It can support one more resolutions and bitrates, and switch between them depending on factors like user's network bandwidth and playback device. The bigger broadcasters like TVNZ and Canwest typically provide multiple resolution/bitrate streams, up to 720p (progressive). Maori TV providers streams up to 1080p stream.  The other channels are lower bitrate, standard-def-like resolutions. 

 

Most are progressive, but they can be interlaced too. 

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1903616 18-Nov-2017 11:06
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Thanks for the info. Am in a DVB-S area and its nice to have higher res and progressive instead of interlaced available this way (well for quite as few of them anyway).

 

Was trying TV in Emby a bit and it transcodes LiveTV via DVB-S as its interlaced. Was hoping it would direct play this IPTV stuff if its progressive but it still transcodes. Oh well, hopefully one day...





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  Reply # 1903659 18-Nov-2017 13:25
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Sorry, I can't really provide you any advice on use with Emby. If you use NextPVR, you can watch these in NextPVR or Kodi without any transcoding. 


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  Reply # 1903669 18-Nov-2017 13:46
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Hopefully its fixed now. Thanks very much for your help. https://emby.media/community/index.php?/topic/46763-theater-mpv-test/page-120#entry512197





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  Reply # 1903866 18-Nov-2017 21:26
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My kiwitv2 playlist for simpletv pvr addon has been updated, all channels are workng except for 7.

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1903926 19-Nov-2017 09:02
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Hi All

 

I am using apsattv.com/kiwitv2.mu3

 

Is anyone having the issue that TV3 is not working, tv guide is ok just not the channel

 

Thanks


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