This video tutorial will teach you how to build a whole-home IPTV DVR system.
One major drawback of using unverified IPTV services is the lack of recording capabilities.
Even when IPTV recording does work, there are two major limitations.
The first is lack of internal storage on most streaming devices. The popular Amazon Fire TV Stick only comes with 8GB and once all system apps are installed, we are left with only 4-5GB. That’s enough space for only one or two recordings.
The second problem is external storage on an Android-based device. Yes, Amazon Firesticks are powered by Android!
Sure, you can use an OTG cable to connect a USB drive but you can only record up to 4GB per recording on external storage.
Ever wonder why your IPTV recordings get cut off in TiviMate when trying to record to external storage?
In the video below, I will show you how to setup an IPTV DVR that all of your streaming devices can record to and play recordings from.
You will find links for everything that you need below the video.
Whole-Home IPTV DVR Tutorial
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You must subscribe to an IPTV service that supports Xtream Codes or M3U URLs. Here is a list of the best IPTV services.
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