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If you have a Samsung Smart Signage Platform or ONELAN device you can add a live stream to your layout by adding the IPTV widget into a zone.

Add to Layout

Select your designated zone and enter the zones playlist by double clicking on the zone, or click 'Edit Zone Playlist'. Click 'Widget' and select 'IPTV' to insert the IPTV widget.

Configure Settings

Once the widget has been added to your zone you will be able to configure its settings. This can be done by selecting them from the playlist items summary or from the options on the right hand side once the pencil icon has been clicked.

(To find out more about these settings, click here)

Configure Widget

The only setting you need to configure is the URL for the stream. The stream will only work if the feed is coming from either a HLS, UDP or RTSP URL.

Once you are happy with your widget, click 'Save Changes' to go back to the zones playlist. If you have finished with the playlist, click 'Finish Editing Playlist' or the 'X' in the top right hand corner to go back to layout builder overview.

Compatible Devices

ONELAN NTBs - must be on 9.3.7+, be multi zone and have stream-in license.

UDP streams only - udp://MULTICAST_ADDRESS:PORT
Zone with IPTV widget inserted MUST NOT have a background colour or image

Although possible to run on the Samsung SSP devices below, we strongly recommend testing on the chosen network environment before deploying.

Samsung SSP v3 - must be running 3.5.4 app or above:

E Series Device - must be running 1038.1 firmware
HLS stream only.
Not to be used as part of mixed screen content i.e. only full screen, IPTV zone.
HLS stream address must end with:
.m3u8|COMPONENT=HLS

Samsung v4 TIZEN - must be running 1.0.5 app or above:

Must be running 2007.4 firmware or above
Zone with IPTV widget inserted
MUST NOT have a background colour or image. Not to be used as part of mixed screen content i.e. only full screen, IPTV zone.
HLS stream only.
HLS stream address must end with:
.m3u8

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