How to watch IPTV on Mac？
How to stream an IPTV on your macOS? There are plenty of free video broadcast channels on the internet. How to find the stream link or channel? How to open the m3u/m3u8 files?
The streaming URL is stored in m3u/m3u8 files. But it will be inaccessible after a few times; here is the list maintained on GitHub. If you want to have some stable m3u files, download the list below and use the video player that supports the m3u or m3u8 files to open and watch them.
To play m3u/m3u8 files, you can use Potplayer on Windows and PotPlayer X on macOS. Especially for PotPlayer X on Mac App Store, the average user rating is 4.9. This means this is a pretty great app from users' comments. Users can change the playback speed or even play by frame, take a screenshot or clip of video, generate gifs easily, and search subtitles automatically.
Suppose you want to watch the IPTV on your TV. In that case, you can try Omniplayer, which is also published in Mac App Store, the average rating is 4.8, and it includes all video player features and support to cast your video to a TV like Samsung TV, LG TV, Sony TV, Roku TV or even Chromecast devices.