✍ Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) uses Internet technology to send television programming to your TV. With the introduction of IPTV, we have experienced a huge shift in the way we consume television media.
✍ IPTV is typically delivered and distributed by an IPTV service, which delivers three classifications of services, namely:
Live Television— allows users to watch live television transmissions with minimal latency, without or without interactivity, and without being just like traditional TV broadcasts.
Time-Shifted Media— also known as digital video recordings, this allows users to enjoy broadcast television on a time-delay using digital recordings of television shows without DVR devices. This allows users to watch and re-watch replays of their favorite shows or live events from an interactive menu.
Video-On-Demand— users are able to choose videos of their favorite shows from a catalog and can watch them as many times as they want. This feature makes use of unicast transmission with Real-Time Streaming Protocol.
➪WHAT DO I NEED TO LOOK IPTV?
✍ IPTV requires not only a subscription and a player but also set-top box that receive input from an internet connection, decode the signal, and play videos on your high-definition television set. To install and use the IPTV, you need an Internet connection with a recommended speed of at least 4 Mbps/download and 1Mbps/upload, a functional smart TV or non-smart TV connected to IPTV box or Android box.