VLC Media Player is a free player/recorder.
It is certainly the most popular and the best of all.
So if you are looking for a free media player to see what IPTV Link has to offer, go to VLC website and download the app for your computer (PC or Mac)
Once you are done with the installation, setting up an M3U list or an M3U auto-update list like the one offered by Spirale TV to watch channels is really easy
How to Watch IPTV on VLC
Now we want to add the link that Spirale TV provides you when you request your free trial or when you order your subscription.
In the left menu, click Media, then click Open Network Stream
Enter the link we sent you in the field below, Please enter the network URL. Then click play
By default, the page will start streaming the first channel in the list
You will now be taken to a list of all the channels offered through the Spirale TV subscription.
You can see from the list below that we have a wide range of international language channels (over 4,500). Select the channel you want to view and click on it to play it
That’s all you need to do. Your playlist is defined and you benefit from a wide variety of international channels and VODs (movies & series).
To ensure that your Playlist updates are not backed up, do not save them as a file. If you save the file as a playlist, no matter how many times you reload NOTHING will change.
Each time you want to watch with VLC, you will have to open a new empty VLC (no saved playlist), then load the line of subscription.
Optimizing your VLC installation for IPTV
Here are some tips on how to optimize your VLC setup for IPTV streaming:
– Open VLC player and select “Tools”
– At the bottom of the screen, click “All” to open all options for editing.
– Using the left panel that opens, find “Output stream” and increase the cache size of the stream output mux (ms) to 5000 (default 1500ms) this means we want to keep the cache of 5 seconds in advance. You can play with it until it meets your needs