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Time Is Wrong On EPG
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Hello

The time is wrong on my epg, i have changed my profile time to london but on my epg it is still showing the wrong time:
http://prntscr.com/h350l5
http://prntscr.com/h350s0

What do i need to do?
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#2
Read the FAQ.

It was explained also on the forum at least a dozen time that you have to set the right time zone on your device as well.

Summer/winter time is also affecting this as does your location, the location of the channel, the hardware you use, the software you use and hundred other things.

If nothing helps, use the time shift function in the editor for that channel.

Also not knowing what channel you are talking about, I can't even check the data.
Two screenshots from a random program title won't help to find it Tongue
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(10-28-2017, 07:06 PM)Epg Admin Wrote: Read the FAQ.

It was explained also on the forum at least a dozen time that you have to set the right time zone on your device as well.

Summer/winter time is also affecting this as does your location, the location of the channel, the hardware you use, the software you use and hundred other things.

If nothing helps, use the time shift function in the editor for that channel.

Also not knowing what channel you are talking about, I can't even check the data.
Two screenshots from a random program title won't help to find it Tongue
I have looked on the forum but im new to this so please be gentle lol.
I have set my location to london in my profile as you can see here: http://prntscr.com/h37kxg
My Device is also correct and set to london: http://prntscr.com/h37ldg

but as you can see here: http://prntscr.com/h37ni6
The program is showing 10pm when the device's time is 7.32pm
Heres some more: http://prntscr.com/h37om3
http://prntscr.com/h37own
http://prntscr.com/h37pdq


Sorry for the lack of information on my previous post, hope this helps.
In regards to the editor, I am not a customer of a iptv company i own one and have integrated into my xtream codes, so how do i get around this?
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#4
Then you have to set your profile, your server and your panel (if there is a setting for it) to UTC.
You don't want to send all data with London time to your international users, who may or may not have summer time.
For example Turkey has no summer/winter time at all. Australia is in the exact opposite time as the UK.

KODI reads the clock of your device.
Setting KODI to UK does nothing.
It's just for formatting how to display data.

For example if you use KODI on an Amazon FireTV or Stick, it will most probably read the time zone correctly and display the right EPG.
If you use KODI on Windows, it will be fucked up, no matter what you are doing.
You will get the best result if you switch off auto time and auto timezone and you set your clock manually.
It will probably still be fucked up and you have to choose a different time zone to compensate summer/winter time.

So you have to play around.
Not on your server, but on your receiving device.

As I said, the last rescue is timeshifting channels in the m3u file by adding "tvg-shift=X" to the channel info line.
X is of course the + or - number of the hour you want to shift.

But that's a task for your customers.
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