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An M3U file is a media playlist that can be opened in various media players, including VideoLAN VLC media player, Nullsoft Winamp, and Microsoft Windows Media Player. It contains plain text that states where the media files the playlist includes are located. It also includes metadata describing attributes of the referenced files (such as their author and title).

M3U playlists can be used to play media stored on your computer or stream media over the Internet. Playlists used to play local files include file paths that point to those files. Playlists used to stream media include URLs that point to that media.

The M3U format was originally designed to describe audio playlists, comprised of .MP3, .WAV, and other audio files. However, the format is now commonly used to save video playlists, comprised of .MP4, .TS, and .WEBM files. Note that M3U files do not contain the media itself. Instead, they contain information used to open and play media files.

You can open an M3U file and play the playlist it contains in many media players, including VideoLAN VLC media player (multiplatform) and Microsoft Windows Media Player (Windows). If the playlist your M3U file describes does not begin playing when you open it, it may be because you do not have access to the files included in the playlist.

M3U files are not audio or video files, so you cannot convert them to .MP3, .MP4, or other media formats. To convert the media files an M3U playlist references to other formats, you must locate or download the files. Then, you must convert them using an applicable program.

For example, if your M3U file references a series of MP3 files, you must locate or download the MP3 files. Then, you can use Audacity or VideoLAN VLC media player to convert them to other audio formats.

The team has independently researched the M3U Media Playlist file format and Mac, Windows, Linux, Android, and iOS apps listed on this page. Our goal is 100% accuracy and we only publish information about file types that we have verified.

For reference, all client demos were tested with a modest connection of D:10Mbps / U:150Kbps, which shows that the TVHlink integration works fairly well even if you have limited connectivity. However, if your connection is better than that, you can expect much better performance than demonstrated in the videos, and fine-tuning the source quality via stream profiles will greatly improve performance as well (the demos used 720p for all streams). Performance is also very much client-dependent. The TVH client addon for Kodi has been the one that provided me the best experience so far. It uses the HTSP protocol, which was designed for streaming, and allows the use of predictive tuning, which pre-loads channels before you access them, making the transition between channels next to each other much smoother than via webUI or VLC, as you can see in the demos.

Most of the resource requirements to run TVH come from transcoding and networking. For example, while a Raspbery Pi 3B (RPi) will be more than enough to run a TVH server and use the TVHlink integration with default settings, CPU-wise, the RPi will strugle if you enable transcoding via different streaming profiles and feed it to multiple clients. Fortunately, you can avoid transcoding altogether by configuring Streamlink to grab and feed lower resolution streams directly from the source, or even better, create _HD and _SD channels for the same livestream source and let the client choose what works best for them (e.g., in the pipe command to run streamlink, use the option --default-stream 1080p,720p,best for HD channels, and the option --default-stream 480p,360p,worst for SD).

Now that you have installed both TVH and Streamlink, the TVHlink integration is rather trivial. In fact, the only difference between its implementation and the implementation of any IPTV is that in the configuration of each mux in the TVH server, we will be using a pipe:// command with our streamlink utility, inste

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