15 September 2016

MAKE .TS links play Longer

HOW TO MAKE .TS links play Longer

When creating M3u file and using it with VLC or KODI, you find the link stops after few minutes.

This is caused due to network buffering.

What you will need is to increase VLC network disk cache and KODI will need to use another addon to make it work.

First you will need an M3U file created with a ts link,

I. For VLC or Ace stream.

Follow the steps below to make sure you enable VLC/Ace to increase the network cache

  •     Open VLC/Ace mediaplayer
  •     Click Tools Menu
  •     Click Preferences
  •     Select All from the Show settings options in the bottom left menu

  •     Select Input /codec

                    In the right hand menu go down to locate Network Caching and increase it to 9999
                    In the right hand menu go down to locate Disk Caching and increase it to 9999
  •     Click Save
  •     Try to play the .TS link again



1. First you will need an XML file from her: XML

  •     open it with notepad
  •     replace tslinkhere with the .Ts link
  •     replace IPMAGTV with the channel name


Remember the location where you save the file

2. KODI addons.

  • You will need to download and install the flowing third party addons

    livestream pro

  • Open KODI
Video ===> Add-ons

And right click on Livestream stream pro

click addons settings

Click Add source ===> Chose File and point it to the xml file you created in the previouse step

And click add source

Enter a title (you can keep default and press ok or make it something you can remember )

Click Done.

Now open Livestream pro and then you will have a the xml file listed there and you can play the .TS link for every link you have added

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