IPTV-EDIT.exe (edit and organize your m3u)

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IPTV Editor is a program that allows you to import M3U or CSV playlist files for IPTV channels. It allows you to sort by channel, groups, etc. You can manage the information below with this editor.
1:Channel name Channel number (or leave blank)
2:TV Guide Name (for EPG work)
3:Name of the group to which the channel belongs
4: IP/Host URL
5:Icon URL
In addition to modifying this basic information, it allows you to do imports to add lists together (instead of just editing one list at a time). You can check the links in your list to make sure they are not dead (does not test feed availability). You can then remove all dead link channels with just one click of a button. You can also export it in two different M3U formats. Each is compatible with different players. One just has the channel number and name on one line, and the URL on the next. The other type (listed as Kodi in Export), exports all the information you can manage per channel and can be used with an EPG setup if you create an EPG and have the correct names in the M3U file. You can even copy all channel names to EPG names if they were blank or listed as EPG N/A with just one click.
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