SS IPTV uses playlists that meets Extended M3U specification. Detailed info about file's structure you may be found in our article About M3U.
It is important to remember that cross-domain requests are forbidden on LG Smart TVs, so the loading will be realized not by a client device itself, but by the app's server. It means, the link to the file has to be available from the external network (or for the app's server at least). If you want the client device to load your playlist directly, you need to configure your server according to CORS technology. In practice, response's http-header has to contain the following string:
The information below describes how to make CORS for different platforms
To add the CORS authorization to the header using Apache, simply add the following line inside either the <Directory>, <Location>, <Files> or <VirtualHost> sections of your server config (usually located in a *.conf file, such as httpd.conf or apache.conf), or within a .htaccess file:
Header set Access-Control-Allow-Origin "*"
To ensure that your changes are correct, it is strongly reccomended that you use
to check your configuration changes for errors. After this passes, you may need to reload Apache to make sure your changes are applied.
- Open Internet Information Service (IIS) Manager
- Right click the site you want to enable CORS for and go to Properties
- Change to the HTTP Headers tab
- In the Custom HTTP headers section, click Add
- Enter Access-Control-Allow-Origin as the header name and * as the header value
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <configuration> <system.webServer> <httpProtocol> <customHeaders> <add name="Access-Control-Allow-Origin" value="*" /> </customHeaders> </httpProtocol> </system.webServer> </configuration>
If you don't have a web.config file already, or don't know what one is, just create a new file called web.config containing the snippet above
<?phpIn this example the link to the playlist for SS IPTV will be the link to php-file.
$playlist = file_get_contents('playlist.m3u');