IPTV General

What is IPTV?
Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) delivers television content using signals based on the logical Internet Protocol (IP), instead of being delivered through traditional terrestrial, satellite signal, or cable television formats.
What is EPG?
EPG is an electronic program guide, an on-screen guide of scheduled broadcast programming television programs.
What is XMLTV?
XMLTV is an XML based file format for describing TV listings. IPTV providers use XMLTV as the base reference template in their systems and extend it internally according to their business needs.
What is PVR?
"Personal Video Recorder" is a different term for a DVR (Digital Video Recorder).
What is a .m3u file?
It's the file that your PVR client is using to get your IPTV streams, channel names and another bunch of data.
Do I need satellite for using IPTV?
No, you will connect to our IPTV servers via Internet and you don't need a dish or satellite equipment.
Can I stream multiple devices simultaneously?
no, You Can't use our IPTV Service on up to 2 device at the same time.
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