The plug-in helps you to load the channel list, picon and EPG onto the Enigma2 box. Only EPG from us are supported. However, you should first adjust the "EPG ID" in your channel list to the EPG source.
Prerequisite for a functioning EPG is the EPG-ID assignment
Connect to your box using an SSH or Telnet client like Putty.
Run this command:
IPK OE1.6 - OE2.0 like OpenaATV, OpenPli, OpenVix,....
wget -O /tmp/install.sh "http://xtream-editor.com/files/ipk/install.sh" && chmod 755 /tmp/install.sh && /tmp/install.sh
DEB OE2.5 like DreamOS, NewNigma2
wget -O /tmp/install.sh "http://xtream-editor.com/files/deb/install.sh" && chmod 755 /tmp/install.sh && /tmp/install.sh
Auto Import (enable, disable)
When this option is enabled, your bouquets and EPG are loaded daily at a certain time automatically.
When in deep standby (Wake up and import, Skip the import)
The automatic import can also be performed when the box is in standby. Choose "Wake up and import" there if you want. (Prerequisite Auto import)
Import bouquets every hour (enable, disable)
With this setting, the bouquets (without EPG) are loaded every hour. (Prerequisite Auto import)
Start import after booting up (enable, disable)
This setting is recommended when you turn off the box completely. Auto Import only works in standby.
Service Type (DVB (1), IPTV (4097), GSTREAMER (5001), EXTPLAYER (5002))
This setting allows you to choose which player E2 will use for your streams.
- DVB(1) default DVB player
- IPTV(4097) default IPTV player
- GSTREAMER (5001) For this you need an additional plugin (Serviceapp)
- EXTPLAYER (5002) For this you need an additional plugin (Serviceapp)
ID of the connected playlist in the editor
Import EPG (enable, disable)
Here you can determine if you want to load our EPG data
Import picon (enable, disable)
Here you can determine if you want to load our Picons
Here you determine where the picons should be stored
This is the time shift from UTC to the time zone of the provider server.
You will see when the last import took place and when the next import is configured
1. Export DVB-Channels
This sends all bouquets not created by the Xtream Editor to the editor. The editor creates new groups with the name of the bouquet and the app code. Example: Favorites - A1B2C3D4
You can then distribute the DVB-C, DVB-S and DVB-T channels in different groups. This allows you to insert DVB channels into the group of IPTV channels. After the next import, they will be sent back to the box.
2. Show log
If you have problems with the import, you might find the reason there. Is very important for our support.
3. Update plugin
When a new version of the plugin is released, you will receive a message after the import. You can then click MENU and select this option. The plugin will be updated automatically and the box will be restarted.
4. Import EPG
The EPG data is loaded
5. Import Bouquets
The bouquets (without EPG data) are loaded
6. Delete all IPTV & DVB Bouquets
This deletes all bouquets. Even those who did not create Xtream Editor. So handle it carefully.
7. Reset Config
The plugin is reset. New app code is generated. Then you need to connect the code to a playlist
8. Clear EPG
The EPG.dat and cache will be deleted.
After installing you will see an additional menu item "XE Catch-up" in the plug-in menu and extensions.
Start the plugin "XE Catchup" while the channel is running and support the catchup service. Catch-up support only works with API Lines
Channels with catchup service are now marked with an "[+]" in the channel list.