This tutorial will explain the best methods to fix Terrarium TV buffering. Terrarium TV is a great app for streaming Movies and TV Shows and usually works flawlessly. However, some Terrarium users do occasionally experience buffering issues. The methods below will show you the best ways to eliminate Terrarium TV Buffering quickly and effectively.
Fix Terrarium TV Buffering
The first method to fix buffering should be trying a different video player. Unfortunately, the integrated YesPlayer doesn’t seem to work very well but we can easily change video players within the application.
I suggest using MX Player due to its speed and it also does a great job with subtitles which I demonstrate in the video below.
The second method requires integrating Real-Debrid within Terrarium which is an unrestricted downloading service.
The third method is to use a VPN which will avoid Internet throttling imposed by your Internet Service Provider and mask your identity when using Terrarium TV.TROYPOINT Tip: You should always use a VPN to protect your identity and security when streaming free movies and TV shows with apps such as this.
Legal Copyright Disclaimer: This technology shall only be used to stream movies or TV shows that fall under the public domain. TROYPOINT does not endorse or promote illegal activity tied to streaming or downloading copyrighted works. Referenced applications/addons are not hosted by TROYPOINT and this guide is for educational purposes only.
One important thing to also remember about Terrarium TV is that buffering may be occurring because your ISP is throttling the internet connection. ISP’s or Internet Service Providers are able to see what you are streaming and may be slowing down your connection when using services like Terrarium. That is why TROYPOINT recommends installing a VPN on your streaming devices.
Change Video Player In Terrarium TV
Below, you will find a tutorial on how to switch your video player to MX Player.
Important Note! If you experience loss of audio, change to HW+ decoder in MX Player settings.
Step 1 – Turn on apps from unknown sources
Step 2 – Install Downloader
Step 3 – Input troypoint.com/mx into Downloader url box
Step 4 – Install MX Player
Step 5 – Open Terrarium TV
Step 6 – Change default video player to MX Player within Settings
Links Mentioned In Video
Setup Real-Debrid In Terrarium
Another technique I have provided for fixing Terrarium TV buffering includes registering for and installing real-debrid. Real-Debrid is an unrestricted downloader that stores files and allows for streaming onto preferred devices.
Integrating real-debrid into your Terrarium TV will add more Movie & TV streams to go along with the ones pre-installed. Real-Debrid is free with a membership from 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. and requires a paid membership for any time after that. Premium memberships cost approximately $5/month.
Important Note: Prior to going through the Real-Debrid tutorial below, you must deactivate your VPN. Once you have paired the Real-Debrid service with your device, you may turn your VPN back on.
Use the steps provided below to install Real-Debrid within Terrarium TV.
1. Sign up for a Real-Debrid account at their website – real-debrid.com
2. Open Terrarium TV and Click Menu (3 horizontal lines) in upper left hand corner.
3. Click Settings
4. Scroll down to choose Login to Real-Debrid
5. Make a note of code shown on the screen.
6.– Go to https://real-debrid.com/device and insert code from previous step. Click Continue.
7. – Real-Debrid authorized message will prompt on your device’s screen.
8. – You will now have access to additional video sources identified in green font with the abbreviation [DEB] – that should provide buffer free streams.
If you are new to the Terrarium TV apk, use the following guides below to learn how to install Terrarium TV on a Fire TV, Firestick or Android Box: