VLC media player – it is a free media player. To play the multimedia file you do not need to set any extra codec up, they are already set in a program up. VLC produces stream video (IPTV) and Internet radio perfectly. Also, the program can record a stream audio/video on your computer. That is why, this program will be perfect for watching TV programs on your computer. This program works with the most modern operative systems.
1. Download and install VLC media player on your computer. (Download link)
2. COPY the Playlist/URL (sent to you by Email when you registered) EXAMPLE of this
3. After that, run the VLC player. Choose the menu Playlist/Open Media > Choose NETWORK AND COPY file exactly as per Email into the block provided!
4. After Copying the supplied Playlist/URL click Play/Open .
Then transmission of the TV channel that is listed first in the playlist will begin.
Open Playlist-> show Playlist to view the list of channels. Choose another channel from the playlist to watch it.
Troubleshooting Live TV
If you have any problems viewing the Live TV Service please follow this recommended fix.
Reboot your Device/Box and Router
Hope this info can help sort out the problem.
A restart of your Router and Device solves 90% of Issues!
Before proceeding to troubleshoot any issues, please perform a restart on your equipment.
Power off your router, pull the plug for 1 min and power on again. This will clear the cache from your router. Then turn your TV box or Smart TV off, pull the plug for 1 minute and turn and back on. This will clear out all the old cache settings from your router and device and should provide a fresh connection.
This is often the solution to a lot of problems and is essential before other troubleshooting can begin.
Reduce the number of devices in use
Having multiple devices on your internet network can slow loading time. Are you or someone else using a games console, mobile phone, tablet, PC or Mac on the same network? Disconnecting them should help speed up you’re streaming.
Stop any large downloads
If you’re playing online games, downloading or uploading large files while trying to watch a show, this streaming of heavy data could cause buffering.
Test your internet connection speed
At busy times, some internet service providers may deliberately slow down your connection. If you’re using Wi-Fi or broadband, you need a speed of at least 10Mbps. For 3G or 4G devices the minimum speed needed is 5Mps.
Check your speed using one of these websites: