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  1. grizlyadams

    IPTV mapping and channel numbers

    "How hard can it be?" I thought, so subscribed to an IPTV provider, got the M3u file/url.... ...and then spent 3 days trying to figure out how to map the channels . Who knew doing a simple "leave these channels out and of the ones that are left this channel in emby = this channel in my m3u" was going to be sooooooo convoluted and such a pita?! I have emby running on Unraid in a docker with xsteve also in a docker. So far I have tried :- xtream (xeev) xteve Homerun (no mapping in xsteve, but can at least filter) xteve xmltv - has mapping and filterinf at least probably the closest to usable i have so far xsteve is S-L-O-O-O-O-O-W-W-W to the point of being unusable and would take days to map all the channels. My m3u has no channel numbers - is it channel numbers that emby needs to channel map? Where do i get channel numbers to add to the m3u file )using something like tantrum IPTV editor) - is that even what I should e doing? I feel like what I want is simple but, man, am I wasting some time without getting anywhere and pretty much going round in circles. Is there a definitive (step-by-step preferably) guide to this anywhere that you could point me to?
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