IPTV Channel Scan problem with mutated vowel - getting �

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    I'm sure I had this sometime before, but I can't remember (and can't find it here...) :oops:

    When I do a chanel-scan -->
    example:
    #EXTM3U
    #EXTINF:1,Ö1
    udp://@239.0.144.1:8208​

    the mutated vowel Ö (and all others Ü, Ä...) are not being imported correctly. For every mutatd vowel I get "�"
    It's a lot of worf correcting this manually, so: Any hints on this?


     
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    Thank you @Holzi - that's what I had forgotten ;)

    And this reminded me also off a better solution:
    Open the playlist in notepad++ and choose convert to UTF-8 :D
     
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