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Table of Contents Causes of the Buffering How to prevent Buffering Although Buffering means a variety of definitions in different types of technologies, here we describe it in the field of IPTV streaming. In general, it means that when you are watching a live stream, the picture sometimes stops and resumes. This issue is being referred to as buffering. Buffering would speed up different tasks on your computer. Buffering can prevent lag when you’re streaming video or prevent slow performance when you’re playing a graphics-intensive video game on your desktop c
There's a common misconception about the origin of buffering. Buffering (freezing) is related to the speed and stability of the client internet connection (emphasis on stability) and not to Streaming Servers with 10Gb upload connections. It's essential to understand that buffering is something clients have to fix on their side and there's nothing IPTV providers can do about it. The most common causes of buffering are a low or unstable internet connection, other users hogging the bandwidth in your house, wrong LAN setup, weak WiFi signal, among several other reasons. Do you have l
At first, you have to connect your KODI box to the Internet by using Ethernet cable, not the Wireless connection since the wireless get a fraction of the Internet speed, not the whole one. Make sure your Internet speed satisfies the minimum bandwidth requirement which is at least 10Mbps for streaming VODs and 15Mbps for live streaming. The requirements vary according to the quality of stream and Internet infrastructure of your geographic location. A cache primarily is how much of the video you are viewing is briefly stored to your device’s hard drive or RAM. Given that Kodi attemp
There are some ways by which you can modify the setting of the VLC media player which finally can help you to watch IPTV with less buffering by increasing the cache size. In the following, some of these tips are mentioned. How to optimize VLC Step 1: Open VLC media player, select "Tools", and click on "Preference". Step 2: Next, click “All” under the “Show Settings” option at the bottom of the window. Click “Input / Codecs” in the left sidebar. Step 3: If the file that is buffering is playing from a local hard drive, look for the “File Caching (ms)” option un