WHAT IS IPTV?
Internet Protocol Television
Internet ProtocolTelevision (IPTV) is a service that uses the internet to deliver TV services. In short, It is transmitting audio and video over a computer network instead of cable, terrestrial or satellite..
Internet Protocol Television is digital television delivered to your television through a high speed internet (broadband) connection. In this service, channels are encoded in IP format and delivered to the TV through a set top box.
Video on Demand
IP TV service also includes video on demand, which is similar to watching video CDs/DVDs using a VCD/DVD player.
How does it work?
IP TV converts a television signal into small packets of computer data like any other form of online traffic such as email or a web page. There are three main components of IP TV First, the TV and content head end, where the TV channels are received and encoded and also other content like videos which are stored. The second component is the delivery network, which is broadband and landline network provided by a telecom operators such as MTNL. The third component is the set top box, which is required at the customer location. The packets are reassembled into programming by software in the set-top box. This box is connected between the operator’s broadband modem and customer’s TV.
How do i order?
How do i order?
A. Very simple, choose the subscription length you want to order, click Add to Cart, enter your information based on your paypal account so we can send you the invoice from paypal. The invoice from paypal can be paid by credit card without having a registered paypal account. The invoice from paypal will be sent to your email address immediately when you place your order.
What payment methods do you accept?
It may vary from time to time but we usually always accept Paypal but you can pay the invoice with credit card without registering an paypal account.
Do I get billed each month?
No, we do not bill you, this way there are no surprises, when it is time to renew simply return to the store and place another order. Time will be added to your account.
How do I renew?
Simple, follow the same steps when you ordered the first time. Your app will show you when the subscription is running out. Place another order and time will be added to your account. We will also send an email and just before your subscription expires with a mobile links to renew if you like.
What is M3U list?
What is m3u playlist?
The M3U format is the most popular format used in all premium IPTV devices. It is a text file format that has important information about the playlists which includes: the URL of the channel source, the name of the channel and the channel reference number. The reference numbers usually categorize channels according to country for easier access. Using the M3U File If you need to stream IPTV channels, the best way to do it is by using a VLC media player. It is a cross- platform media player that is compatible with tons of video and audio content. Moreover, it supports even rare formats such as CON, XSPF, PLS, and M3U8 among many others. The vast majority of IPTV subscription use M3U as their IPTV script of choice. Its popularity comes from its compatibility with many platforms as it can be used on Roku, Smart TV, STB emulators, Smartphones, and Android setup boxes..
Why Your M3U Link is not Working?
If by any chance you find that the M3U link will not work as expected, use the VLC media player to check the link on a PC. If the link is working on the computer, it may indicate that the problem is on your end rather than on the IPTV server. Type in your M3U link and ensure that there are no spaces and that you have not pasted the M3U link on other devices. Using the link on other devices simultaneously will result in your account being blocked. If you still cannot get the link to work on a computer, then it would be best to contact NETSPACE.tv for assistance..
Can I use it anywhere?
Yes. You can watch your favorite shows anywhere, anytime on any device. It works on mobile phones with Apple IOS, Android box 5.1 or higher, Amazon Fire Stick, Nvidia shield , MAG , Roku , Enigma 2
Buffering in IPTV?
Although Buffering means a variety of definitions in different types of technologies, here we describe it in the field of IPTV streaming. In general, it means that when you are watching a live stream, the picture sometimes stops and resumes. This issue is being referred to as buffering. Buffering would speed up different tasks on your computer. Buffering can prevent lag when you’re streaming video or prevent slow performance when you’re playing a graphics-intensive video game on your desktop computer. Buffering involves pre-loading data into a certain area of memory known as a “buffer,” so the data can be accessed more quickly on GPU or CPU. Although diagnosing the underlying reason for buffering is a difficult task, potential factors which would cause the buffering are explained in this article. Causes of Buffering ?
-Depending on the quality of the streaming, there is a minimum required speed which your Internet connection has to satisfy. Otherwise, it is highly probable to encounter poor quality and frequent interruptions..
-Home Network Wireless routers are often getting quickly overloaded when a number of devices are connected to it simultaneously. This will lessen the required bandwidth for streaming and cause interruptions. In this case, you need to have a router which can handle the heavy traffic loads.
CPU Usage & Stream Provider Overloading ?
-One aspect that is often overlooked is the activity that happens on your Internet-connected device. Watching videos over the Internet uses computing resources. Therefore, if you have a lot of programs running in the background of your system, this could cause some issues with your video playing properly. If you are having problems playing video, another good practice would be to close out any web pages and programs that you are not using.
-Stream Provider Overloading If the requests of streamingover the providers’ servers getting higher than that they can handle, it would delay the transfer of video to your device and finally lead the stream to get pause or buffer. In this case, nothing can be done by the users except to wait until the requests to providers’ content slow down.
How to prevent Buffering?
The main underlying reasons for buffering can be categorized in 3 main sections: Internet speed, hardware processor, and the server through which the IPTV is streamed. The fluctuation of the Internet download speed will lead to buffering. Also, if your TV or media box is unable to handle the high-quality input streams (for example HD channels) this can cause buffering. Finally, when the servers of the IPTV providers are being overloaded as a result of over-streaming by the users, this will cause buffering too. Moreover, if you use VLC, KODI media players or a Smart TV app, you might look into the ways by which you can tweak your connection to reduce the amount of buffering. If you are still having trouble watching videos, there are a few things that you can do to minimize the effect of the stuttering. With some video providers, you can start the video, pause it and wait. This will allow the video to download a little way ahead of time so that you can let it catch up and watch for a longer uninterrupted period. Disabling IGMP Snooping will sometimes help reduce the buffering.
*Please note, 99% of all buffering issues are related to the internet speed and the data packet loss, which is something that we can do nothing about except changing the ISP.
You can also reduce the quality of the video. This will decrease the bandwidthdemand and increase the likelihood that the video will not stutter during playback. Another optional approach would be downloading the entire video first before playing it. This may take longer, but it would likely ensure that you would be able to watch the entire video without interruption.
Channels & Movies
How many channels are there?
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How many Movies & TV shows are there?
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