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Download 150 M3u
You can install Kodi on pretty much any OS. The official Kodi website provides a variety of installation packages to download and you will find a HOW-TO button for each one of them. Choose one of them and follow the installation instructions. When you are done, come back to see how to install the TVH PVR addon.
According to Wikipedia, an M3U URL or Moving Picture Experts Group Audio Layer 3 Uniform Resource Locator in full) is a computer file format for a multimedia playlist(In other words IPTV M3U is a computer file format for IPTV playlist). One common use of the M3U file format is creating a single-entry playlist file pointing to a stream(In this case IPTV streams) on the Internet. The created file provides easy access to that stream and is often used in downloads from a website, for emailing, for watching tv programs via IPTV and for listening to Internet radio.
So where do you find the IPTV playlists Well, you could Google them. There are literally hundreds of lists out there from different people compiling them. But, at best, it's a crap shoot. Here's why: the list of servers changes daily. So, what worked yesterday or works today, probably won't work tomorrow. This is where some diligence on your part will pay off. Some lists have hardly any channels that play. Others lists have a much greater percentage of playable channels. So, you will have to find a playlist provider that has a good track record, and you'll have to download a new playlist every day.
Fortunately, I've found one such playlist. It is out of Germany, and their playlists have a high percentage of playable channels. It's at a site called GratisIPTV. The playlists are sorted by country, so you should be able to find the most current playlist for your locale. Since I'm in the U.S., I usually download the U.S. playlists. However, I have downloaded the UK playlists at times, and had good luck viewing them in VLC.
I typically visit the site daily to download the most current playlist, and store it in a directory called "iptv" in my Downloads directory. I usually just right click on the link, and select "Save link as..." from the context menu in my web browser (usually Firefox). Do that for each of the playlists listed, if there are multiple playlist files as in the example above. It literally takes me less than a minute to do this every day.
Once you have the playlists downloaded, launch VLC. I find it easiest to simply drag the playlist I want to play from my file manager (Thunar in my case, since I'm running the Xfce desktop), and drop it into the VLC window. Alternatively, you should also be able to go to the "Media" menu, and select "Open file..." from the menu. Then, just select the playlist you want to explore.
It should be a relatively easy/trivial task to write a bash script that automatically downloads the playlist(s) using wget or curl. I just haven't done it yet, because I haven't yet had the time to put into it. From what I can tell, the naming scheme used doesn't change much. Only the date of the list really changes. So, the bash script can generate the appropriate filename, and then download the new files. You could also have the script delete any old m3u files in your "iptv" directory. Otherwise, you'll have to manually perform that task. Just imagine that after 30 days you'll have 150 different m3u playlists in your directory, if you download five playlists each day. Also, if you assign the bash script to a cron job, then the new playlists can be downloaded automatically every day in the background. Or, you could just run the bash script every day. Either way, it would greatly lighten the burden of keeping up with the maintenance tasks associated with using IPTV.
If you want to effectively use GSE Smart IPTV for Windows, then you will have to download Blue Stacks. The GSE Smart IPTV for PC works perfectly with Windows XP, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Mac OS, Windows 10, and Mac OSX. You can download and install the application from the play store or APK. Apply any of the two methods below to install GSE Smart IPTV on your PC.
You can use the GSE Smart APK to download GSE Smart IPTV for PC. However, you will have to use an Android emulator to download the app on your PC. The best emulator that will allow you to download an app using its APK is the MEmu player.Follow the instructions below to download the app on your PC using an APK.
Unfortunately, the app is not available for Windows download, but you can use an Android emulator to download the app for PC. If you are using Windows, you will need to download the Bluestacks 4 software on your PC. After downloading, install, and open the emulator on your Windows or Mac computer. 59ce067264