Advanced full-featured IPTV/Media player
With nice semi-transparent OSD and the ability to control playing in fullscreen
English, Greek, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Ukrainian
Playlists formats supported: M3U, XSPF
EPG formats supported: XMTLV, JTV
udpxy (UDP-TO-HTTP proxy) support
Watching, scanning, playlist generating
Video and OSD menus render correctly with any window size and resolution
Advanced channels list management
The program keeps all channels list settings that will not get lost after playlists update
Working with multiple playlists and EPGs at the same time
Setting logos and EPG (manual and automapping)
Managing channels groups (add, edit, remove groups)
Setting radio channels and time zone shifts
Rename, hide/show channels
In the absence of a signal, channels are labeled as no signal and excluded from the final playlist until a signal appears again
Channels presence checking
Lost channels in the list of providers are marked as lost before they occur or can be removed from the final playlist
Channels list sorting
Stick by group, sort by name, by group, within the selected group, move grouped channels to top, move hidden channels to bottom, set provider’s ordering
Playlist and EPG exporting
Fully compatible automatic playlist and EPG generating
Perfect Player is an Android application that simulates a set-top box that can be used for streaming IPTV channels on your favorite devices such as tablets, smartphones, and Smart TVs. Please note, that this application doesn’t include any IPTV channels.
In order to add IPTV channels, you must add your own m3u playlists inside the settings section. What is the M3U list?
Perfect Player is available on Android, iOS, Linux, and Microsoft Windows.
You can download this app via the link below:
How to add IPTV channels to Perfect Player on PC?
Step 1: Start by clicking on “Add Playlist” button.
Step 2: Here you must paste your “M3U Playlist URL” which is provided via your IPTV distributor and click on “OK“.
Step 3: Now click on the blue button which is pointed by the red arrow to bring the list of channels.
Step 4: Now your playlist is loaded and you can select the channel name and click on “Play” to begin streaming.