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Setting up Netflix on Kodi
Netflix is an American multinational provider of on-demand Internet streaming media, and of flat rate DVD-by-mail in the United States, where mailed DVDs and Blu-ray Disc are sent via Permit Reply Mail. The company was established in 1997 and is headquartered in Los Gatos, California. It started its subscription-based service in 1999. By 2009, Netflix was offering a collection of 100,000 titles on DVD and had surpassed 10 million subscribers
Kodi Netflix Requirements:
Windows: By default you need Chrome installed. You can modify the launchBrowser.cmd script to use another browser, if needed.
Linux: Same as Windows. It is also possible to use a custom launch script if you enable “use Chrome Launcher” setting. You also need xdotool installed. You should not run kodi in standalone-mode. You should use a desktop environment like lxde. If you cannot or don’t want, have a look on FAQ (Kodibuntu). This is a modification which starts a minimal desktop manager before the browser starts.
Important! If you modify the script, please be sure that it will block until the browser is closed!
To install the addon, follow these steps:
1. download http://logi85.github.io/repository.logi85/repository.logi85-1.0.zip
2. choose "install from zip" in kodi and select the downloaded file
3. choose "install from repository"
4. choose "Logi85 Addons"
5. choose "Video-Addons"
6. select "FLix2Kodi" and choose install
If something went wrong, try to restart kodi after installing the repo (step 2). After installation you should configure the addon (at least username and password)
IPTV Stalker Alternative Kodi
IPTV Stalker Alternative Alternative 2016
Kodi cCloud has been updated to version 1.3.6 and it brings a huge much-needed feature. Channels are now sorted by category, making things way easier to browse! This comes after the cCloud Kodi add-on was added to the cCloud framework earlier in the week, so channels get updated automatically when they are replaced and dead channels won’t show up in your list.
Kodi cCloud requires help from the community to replace and update links in the add-on.
cCloud is an IPTV Stalker alternative that has been around for a while, but is gaining traction in the Kodi community with the release of the add-on in the PodGod repo. cCloud is essentially a team dedicated to making sure that IPTV stream links are kept live and up to date. The team organizes m3u streams and playlists from around the web and updates the address within the cCloud interface. The new Kodi add-on brings those features over to our favorite media platform.
So is cCloud the IPTV Stalker alternative we’ve been waiting for? Here are the features and details of the service:
- 500+ live channels – Channels 1-25 and 63-75 should have a 24/7 runtime. Channels 26-49 have random uptimes and are not guaranteed.
- Channels include live TV, movies, TV shows, premium radio, and news channels.
- If you are looking to get an idea of what channels are available, here is a Pastebin link that may be outdated slightly but should give you an idea of what is available.
- The official website of cCloud is http://ccloud.corrent.org.
- The next update for cCloud will see it teaming up with joker.org, which is a service that allows you to stream any torrent file!
- cCloud has survived DMCA notices and has been deemed legal thanks to its Disclaimer notice for copyright owners. cCloud does not host any of its streams. cCloud is a simple cloud based media player used to sync stream links which can be found anywhere on the web.
The #1 thing that will make cCloud a true IPTV Stalker alternative is consistency and reliability, which remains to be seen over a long period of time. As well, there is no direct EG guide integration to cCloud, which is one of the things that made IPTV Stalker so popular.
If you are interested in trying out cCloud, you can get it from the PodGod repo! Follow these instructions
- From the Kodi main menu, navigate to SYSTEM > File Manager > Add Source
- Select None and type the following: http://fusion.tvaddons.ag and select Done
- Highlight the box underneath Enter a name for this media Source & type fusion
- Select OK and go back to your Home Screen
- To install the VinMan java files: Select SYSTEM > Add-Ons > Install from zip file > fusion > xbmc-repos > English > repository.podgod-x.x.x.zip
- Wait for Add-on enabled notification and then select Install from repository
- podgod repo > Video Add-Ons > cCloud > Install
- Wait for Add-on enabled notification
That’s it! You now have cCloud.
How to Setup & Record Live TV Kodi
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How to Setup Live TV Kodi
If you have landed on this page because you have uninstalled the IPTV Simple Client by mistake then use the following link to download it again – BBTS You will have to install it as a zip file. Any problems let me know in the comments below.
The M3U used in this is just an example, some links will work, some won’t. Don’t ask me if I can do anything to fix the links because I can’t.
- Open Kodi
- Select SYSTEM
- Select Add-ons
- Select Disabled Add-ons
- Select PVR IPTV Simple Client
- Select Enable
- Select Configure
- In General set Location to Remote Path (Internet address)
- Select M3U Play List URL
- Type the following exactly http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=26xMQVL8 & select Done
- Still in General turn off Cache m3u at local storage & select OK
- Go back to your Home Screen
- Select SYSTEM
- Select Live TV
- In General turn on Live TV by selecting Enabled
- Select Playback & turn OFF Start playback minimised
Live TV is now setup and ready to use. A TV or Live TV link should now appear in your home menu which should appear like the image below
If you want to find more channels then do a search on PasteBin. Once you find a list you like paste the raw url like you did in the guide above.
RECORD LIVE TV
If you have successfully completed the following:
- Install and configure a TV backend. see – PVR recording software
- Install (only for Ubuntu users), configure & enable the related TV add on. see – Configuring live TV settings in XBMC
- Enable and configure TV settings (Settings -> Live TV ->) see – Configuring live TV settings in XBMC
The TV & Radio menus option should now be available in the home menu (For some Skins the menu option may need to be configured separately). Clicking on “TV” should bring up a list of TV/Radio Channels, selecting the channel should start up the channel stream.
By default, Kodi does not have all keys mapped for PVR functions. You will have to edit your keymap to enable control from your control device. Most importantly is the record function. This function can be activated from the OSD but for ease of use, mapping a key is the preferred method.
If you are using a standard WMC remote on Windows, you can easily configure what is needed using this tool: http://xbmccustomregis.sourceforge.net/remote_manu.html
Kodi audio but no video! Best fix
If you have a problem where you can hear the audio but there’s no video this could be one of two problems…
1) XBMC has the ability to switch back and forth from the video playback screen to the XBMC user interface. In theory when you click to on an item to play the screen should automatically switch to the video playback screen but there are occasions when this doesn’t happen – it’s very rare and this is usually down to sloppy coding from the addon developer. The fix is very simple, just press the tab key on your keyboard and it will switch to back to fullscreen. If you’re not using a traditional keyboard you can go to the video menu and press left, this will bring up a hidden menu and you can choose to go fullscreen from there, depending on the skin you’re using there may even be a fullscreen button on the XBMC homepage.
2) As of Gotham there are new settings relating to video decoding in the system settings. Some android units have encountered problems with playback and these settings can need tweaking, to do so go to system>video and down at the bottom click on the section that says “standard” until it changes to Expert. You will now see extra settings relating to software/hardware decoding and you may have to play around with these until you find a fix. Below is a very useful video explaining how to apply the fix:
Places to get help for Kodi
When I started out with Kodi, many times I have difficulty trying to add my tweaks or simply installing a skin. I had to do much searching online but this wasted a lot of time. If only I knew exactly where to look for help. I have now decided to share my experience with you so that you dont have to waste anytime or get frustrated with Google search results. Here are the top 5 places you will get the most help with your Kodi issues
- www.kodinewbies.com (just had to put it! lol)