What is IPTV?
IPTV, Internet Protocol television, is a system through which television services are delivered using the Internet protocol suite over a packet–switched network such as a LAN or the Internet, instead of being delivered through traditional terrestrial, satellite signal, and cable television formats.
Do I need satellite for using IPTV ?
No, you will connect IPTV servers via Internet and you don’t need dish and satellite equipments.
What kind of devices do you support ?
We support all kind of devices such as:
- Android Smart Phone
- Android Boxes
- DreamBox, Vu+, …
- VLC, Kodi/XBMC, …
- Smart TV
How much bandwidth does the IPTV stream use?
Our IP-TV streams use the latest H264 technology, offering the best compression and quality. The IPTV stream sizes are roughly around 1.5 Mbit/s. However when changing channels the H264 protocol may bounce higher slightly to begin showing the picture, this is why a 2Mbit minimum internet connection speed is required, 5 Mbit/s for HD channels.
Can I use two devices at the same time on one subscription ?
No, you can’t. IPTV account can be installed in more than one device, but only 1 stream will work at a same time.(only 1 connection is allowed at a same time)
My C-lines don’t connect to servers, what can i do?
If you have a valid c-lines provided by us and do not connect, please first check your receiver setting
Restart your receiver and your internet connection
Turn off your router firewall ( it can block the c-lines )
Make sure the receiver have access to internet.
Make sure CCcam is running or the c-lines are activated in your receiver.
If after this steps the c-lines still not connect, send us an email with your c-lines for support.
What equipment do i need to use your service?
All you need is a satellite dish pointing at your desired provider (ie. SKY) a Dreambox or similar running CCcam and a broadband connection.
Do you send me a card for my receiver box?
No, once you order from us we send you lines of code ( C-Lines ) which you insert into a file on your reciever. This tells the receiver where in the world our servers are and how to communicate with them
How does card sharing work?
A. Card sharing is a method by which independent receivers obtain simultaneous access to a pay television network, using one legitimate conditional access subscription card. Typically, the legitimate card is attached to a personal computer or Dreambox which is connected to the Internet, and is configured to provide the legitimately decrypted control word to other receivers who request the information. This decrypted control word is then used to decode an encrypted conditional access service, as though each other receiver were using its own subscription card.
Can I receive all the channels listed on your website?
You can receive only those channels that your satellite dish is able to receive. If you have a motorised system with a dish of a suitable size then it may be possible to receive all of the channels listed.
Maybe any package stop working suddenly on Cardsharing, We aren’t responsible for that. We do our best to get it work fast as we can.
What image do you recommend using on my receiver ?
You can install the image you want on your sat receiver if it is compatible with the model and let you run CCcam. You should never install an image that is not intended to your receiver model .
What softcam do you recommend using on a receiver ?
We recommend you use any version of CCcam to connect to our servers.
Do you support NewCamd, MgCamd, NewCS or any other softcam?
We support only CCcam clients.
How do I configure my receiver to use CCcam ?
We have detailed instructions ( non exhaustive ) and downloads on our support pages.
Will you send me the CCcam.cfg file?
Yes if you ask for it, we send files CCcam.cfg and CCcam.prio, you just have to install them on your receiver
Can I reshare your C: line or use it on more than 1 receiver?
No. The C: line supplied will work only on 1 receiver at a time.
You advertise no freezing but I sometimes experience problems with the picture freezing or gittering. Is there anything I can do about this?
Pay TV services operate an encryption policy that requires your receiver to retrieve a new decoding word every few seconds. This does not involve a particularly large amount of bandwidth but it is time critical. Therefore, if one of these message is lost due to delays on the Internet, congestion on your line, or congestion at your ISP it is possible that your picture may freeze or become blocky for a few seconds.
To ensure you are receiving the best possible result from our service we would recommend that you do not run any other software on your home network at the same as you are watching television. If your connection to the Internet is busy downloading or for some other reason then this is likely to affect your viewing pleasure.
Please note that you can also only use your line on *one* receiver at a time. If you try to use it in more than one place at a time then the receivers will conflict with each other and cause similar problems.