How to use IPTV and How To Setup IPTV On Perfect Player?
This tutorial will show you how to setup IPTV on Perfect Player.
If you have subscribed to an IPTV service, chances are that you have heard about Perfect Player. This free application is a great option for those who don’t want to use Kodi to play their IPTV streams. Perfect Player is a stand-alone Android application that is free to install through both the Amazon Fire TV App Store and Google Play Store. There is no need to side-load this application since it is readily available in these popular app stores.
Many people have reported better performance with Perfect Player when it comes to using it for IPTV services such as YouIPTV.com, DreamBoxIPTVServer.com, Flawless TV, and many more. Once you learn how to use the Perfect Player user interface, you will notice that it may be quicker to navigate than Kodi.
In order to use Perfect Player, you must have both your M3U URL and EPG URL of your current IPTV provider. You will input both of these urls into the settings panel of Perfect Player to configure it correctly.
When inputting the following URLs into the Perfect Player Settings, you will replace the xxx with your account username and password. Your IPTV service will hopefully provide similar links and you should be able to find that within documentation or help forums.
M3U URL – Replace the xxx with your account username and password
EPG URL – Replace the xxx with your account username and password
Once Perfect Player has been configured, you will enjoy a friendly user interface with many options that can be changed within the settings tab.
One of the best features is the ability to mark IPTV channels as favorites within the EPG, which allows for quick channel surfing.
Perfect Player supports both M3U and XSPF playlist formats and most IPTV services use one or the other. It also supports XMTLV and JTV formats for the electronic program guide (EPG).
Perfect Player comes with multi-language support for English, Greek, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Ukrainian.