IPTV question

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    Hi,

    I have 2 M3u files from online IPTV suppliers. They are short trial versions. They work fine in VLC but when I try to scan for channels in TV Server Config I get nothing. The scan finishes in milliseconds. I have attached the 2 m3u files in a zip
    Can anyone tell me why they don't work in Mediaportal 1?



    Thanks,

    Fangio
     

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    You need to ask this in MP1 forum. I’ll move the thread for you
     
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