The VideoLan media VLC media player is used to stream and run the IPTV. By using the latest version of the VLC, you can stream all your TV from Adam IPTV with the help of VLC by configuring VLC. You can easily use, add M3U playlists and even watch IPTV videos on a VLC player. Here we will look into how to setup IPTV on VLC Media Player.
Here are the steps to configure IPTV on VLC Media Player:
Step 1: Download and Install VLC Media Player if you don’t have one on their official website https://www.videolan.org/.
Step 2: After installing, go to the Preference Menu by pressing ctrl+p for Windows and Command + P for Mac.
Step 3: In the Preference tab, you will find the Show settings section at the bottom. Click on the “All” Radio Button.
Step 4: Now under Input/Codecs -> Video Codecs -> Select FFmpeg
Step 5: FFmpeg tab will open.
Step 6: Disable the Hardware decoding which is under the decoding section of the tab.
Step 7: Now Click Input/Codecs and scroll down to the bottom. You will find Network Caching which you have to set to 3000 ms.
Step 8: Scroll up and in the Network settings section, you will find “MTU of the network interface”.
Step 9: Set it to 1500 for Cable or 1498 for ADSL.
Step 10: Click the Save button.
VLC is ready to play IPTV videos. Now follow the steps:
Step 11: Click on Media on the top of VLC and select Network Stream
Step 12: Enter the URL (M3U URL) we send you via email.
Step 13: Wait till the Channel loads and Select the Channel you want to see.
Step 14: Enjoy Adam IPTV on VLC!