Vlc For Mac Crashes After Loading Iptv M3u Playlist

Vlc For Mac Crashes After Loading Iptv M3u Playlist

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IPTV on iPhone / MAC. If you have any iPhone, Macbook or any IOS device, download GSE SMART IPTV PRO or LiveMedia IPTV app from Play Store After installation, paste your iptv m3u or playlist url on the app.

VLC needs to be restarted to make the changes we did work.( CTRL+Q or Command Q on MAC) Open up VLC Media Player again. Now we want to load in our Playlist there are 2 diffrent ways to do so. Copy the playlist URL to your clipboard ( CTRL + C or command + C on MAC) and choose “Open Location from clipboard via the Media Tab in the top left( Shortcut: CTRL + V or command + V on MAC) Insert your URL link that you got from us now like this: Please note that the output in vlc needs to be “ts” (output=ts) rather than “hls” Or: Simply Drag & Drop the downloaded m3u file into your VLC or open it via Media > Open File > “Choose your.m3u file”.

Hi, I am running VLC 2.2.4 on Ubuntu. I am having an issue where any IPTV stream from an m3u playlist freezes after a random number of minutes (usually between 10-30 mins) and cant recover or restart automatically. So far I have: Enabled the loop one option. Enabled HTTP auto reconnect.

Enabled HTTP continuous stream. Tried multiple video output and audio settings. Disabled the firewall. There is never any errors or messages when I set verbose level to 2, it just silently freezes and once I stop and start again it plays straight away. I also have no problems with buffering. Would anyone have any ideas on why this might be happening? Even if I could get the stream to restart automatically it would make a big difference but I would like to try stop the freeze completely.

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Out of interest I tried playing a stream today by connecting to my phone as a hotspot, the freeze I am asking about did not occur when using my data rather than my home broadband/router. This probably confirms that it is some network issue but I haven't come up with any other ideas apart from turning off the firewall. I also found it interesting that if I am playing a stream when connected to my home router, if I turn wifi off on the laptop it will freeze in the same way and not throw and error. Then once I enable wifi again the stream can automatically recover. Maybe this indicates the stream is getting blocked rather than just losing connection which is why it cant recover from the freeze in question.

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