First, take a look at the following playlist examples below to get the idea about the playlist structure.
M3U playlist example: http://siptv.app/lists/example.m3u
TXT playlist example: http://siptv.app/lists/example.txt (old method)
Using M3U playlist format (.m3u file extension)
The following attributes are also supported in M3U
Example channel line:
- tvg-id - channel code from EPG code table
- tvg-name - channel name from EPG code table
- group-title - channel group
- parent-code - group parent code
- audio-track - ISO 639-1 audio track code (LG only, see codes table)
- tvg-logo - path to the big channel logo, minimum height should be 48px
- tvg-logo-small - path to the small square channel logo, min height should be 48px (works in the latest app versions only)
- timeshift, tvg-rec - timeshift availability for specific channel
#EXTINF:-1 tvg-id="Be1.be" tvg-name="Be1 Alt" group-title="News" parent-code="1234" audio-track="nl",Be1 Name
Using TXT playlist format (.txt file extension) (old method, not recommended)
1. Add your own channels to TXT playlist as shown in the playlist example. You can also use M3U to TXT converter.
TXT file structure:
2. On the EPG Codes page
you will find the list of EPG codes to add instead "EPGcode"
, or put "ext"
if there is no EPG code available for specific channel. "en"
after channel name means preferred audio track (for LG TVs). "1"
at the end of the line means there is timeshift available on this specific channel. "avi"
is used for video files and other video resources (Youtube, Vkontakte). "1234"
after groups name sets the parental code for the whole group.
Please remove blank lines and spaces between the commas.
4. After modification you have to save the .txt
file in UTF-8
and turn off BOM (in Notepad++).
Uploading your playlist
1. Go to http://my.siptv.eu
and in MAC
field put the МАС address of your TV (example
2. In the Filename
field press the "Browse..."
button and show the path to your newly created file and press "Submit"
3. Restart the Application on your device.
Adding multiple external playlists
It's possible to add several external playlists (TXT and M3U). You can add up to 10 playlists, but please note that the more playlists there are, the longer it will take them to upload and start the app accordingly.
If you need to combine your local playlist with an external ones, select the file and add external URL together.
If you want your playlist group named appropriately, please send provider (playlist) domain name and group name to e-mail address.
Adding DVB channels to IPTV list
Channel address is assigned by dvbt-, dvbc- or dvbs- (dvbt - for Antenna channels, dvbc - for Cable channels, dvbs- for Satellite channels) and an actual number in the list of DVB channels.
If you add the EPG code from the list of codes, it will be taken from the server, otherwise if you add ext, the EPG will be taken from the TV input source.
The Red button (REC on Samsung) still takes you to your current input source (HDMI, DVB etc.) and back to IPTV channel.
Enigma2 STB list converter
On the playlist converter page you will now find an Enigma2 based satellite receiver playlist converter to the Smart IPTV app format, which will convert E2 Bouquets to Groups and assign EPG code automatically.
To convert your E2 playlist, the contents of /etc/enigma2/ directory of your E2 STB box will need to be put to Zip archive together with stream IP address and port number input in the form. You should then recheck the EPG codes according to the channel names or assign them manually.
Network video/audio player
Examples of lines in TXT playlist:
avi,Video pro Zajchika,http://www.quirksmode.org/html5/videos/big_buck_bunny.mp4
If you can't play certain file, it's format is probably not supported by your TV.