Good alternatives to Duplex Play?

Kaspas4450

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Havnt tried bud as I use a chrome book but heard and read it's not as laggy as older versions
I ended up deleting previous versions on numerous occaisions Baz, it really pissed me off how slow/sluggish it was, but had a need to re-install it for a one-off install and then immediately had an update, and it is 100% better than it ever was. So I have kept it installed. I just hope it stays that way.
 

channelking

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I ended up deleting previous versions on numerous occaisions Baz, it really pissed me off how slow/sluggish it was, but had a need to re-install it for a one-off install and then immediately had an update, and it is 100% better than it ever was. So I have kept it installed. I just hope it stays that way.

I guess on a near 10 year old pc the latest version wont really work well still :LOL:
 

dsayers2014

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Myiptv player for Windows store if provider allows m3u URL. It's pretty basic


If you have url port, username and password you can use this example m3u URL

http://your.iptv.com:8080/get.php?username=user&password=password&type=m3u_plus&output=ts

You could just ask them if they have a web player
 

Moyt

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Long story short after trying all sorts.... Running anything on Windows isn't the greatest expereince. Well, until Duplex comes back, if it ever does.
I've got a 2 year old gaming laptop, Bluestacks runs no problems but again not the greatest experience.
Stand alone apps and web players not great either. Thanks everyone for their input very much appreciated, I'll leave it at that.
"Just get a darn TV and a dedicated IPTV box!" I know, I know. :)
 

channelking

TK Veteran
Long story short after trying all sorts.... Running anything on Windows isn't the greatest expereince. Well, until Duplex comes back, if it ever does.
I've got a 2 year old gaming laptop, Bluestacks runs no problems but again not the greatest experience.
Stand alone apps and web players not great either. Thanks everyone for their input very much appreciated, I'll leave it at that.
"Just get a darn TV and a dedicated IPTV box!" I know, I know. :)

Sorry to hear that mate.

If you have a decent budget try to get a 4k fire stick during black Friday and for iptv that would be perfect for you.
 

Kaspas4450

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Long story short after trying all sorts.... Running anything on Windows isn't the greatest expereince. Well, until Duplex comes back, if it ever does.
I've got a 2 year old gaming laptop, Bluestacks runs no problems but again not the greatest experience.
Stand alone apps and web players not great either. Thanks everyone for their input very much appreciated, I'll leave it at that.
"Just get a darn TV and a dedicated IPTV box!" I know, I know. :)
You will get there in the end mate (y)
 

urie

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Long story short after trying all sorts.... Running anything on Windows isn't the greatest expereince. Well, until Duplex comes back, if it ever does.
I've got a 2 year old gaming laptop, Bluestacks runs no problems but again not the greatest experience.
Stand alone apps and web players not great either. Thanks everyone for their input very much appreciated, I'll leave it at that.
"Just get a darn TV and a dedicated IPTV box!" I know, I know. :)
you could try sfvip-player-by-salezli
 

simonsuggs79

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smarters pc works fine ,issue with bluestacks unless you got plenty of power then it slows ur lappy /pc down ,the smarters on here in downloads works perfectly IF your not full ssl as iv just had same problem and waiting on smarters fixing ,as the tv app+ pc version dont actually support ssl,logs in fine but soon as you hit a channel just loads ,tired 5/6 different versions old and new all same ,so have to wait for smarters to sort whitch is annoying but has to be done
 

urie

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Apologies as misread it lol
Then not much options apart from waiting for iboplayer who promised a windows version soon
there is iptv smarters for windows and sfvip-player ,even old perfect player or vlc as mentioned above thought it was windows player that is needed as long as it works.
 
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