[Release] ThreeNow KODI Add-on




Required for DRM Protected Content (none found yet)
  1. KODI 17.0 or above
  2. InputStream Adaptive Add-on (Will install when required)
  3. Libwidevine CDM (Will install when required)
Windows x86_64 - YES
- Tested working in Windows 10 64bit
- Should work in older Windows and 32bit
- For DRM: InputStream Adaptive must be selected when installing KODI

Linux ARM7 / ARM8 (Raspberry Pi 2 / 3, Odroid C2 etc) YES
- Tested working on Raspberry Pi 3 (LibreELEC & OSMC)
- Tested working on Odroid C2 (Raybuntu 32bit LibreELEC)
- User reported working on MXQ Box (LibreELEC)

Linux x86_64  - YES
- Tested working on 64bit i7 (LibreELEC)
- User reported working on Intel Nuc (LibreELEC)

Darwin 86_64 - MAYBE
- Untested but should work

Android - MOSTLY
- Will only play non-drm content (everything I have tried so far)
- Android DRM support should be coming in KODI 18


How-to Install

First follow THIS post to install my KODI Add-on Repository.

Now navigate to "Main Menu -> Add-ons -> My Add-ons"
Select ".." then select "Install from repository"
Select "MattHuisman.nz Repository".
Select "Video add-ons" then "ThreeNow"

Select "Install" and the add-on will download and install.


You can now access the add-on in the Add-ons main menu item.


Click into the add-on and you can now navigate to your favorite TVNZ show.


Simply now click the episode to play!

The first time you play a DRM item - the add-on will attemtp to download it's requirements.
Select Yes on any dialogs and wait for the files to download. Your video should then play.

You can even add a show to favourites for quick access from the main menu


The add-on is still in very early stages so please be patient with it.

Using the repo, you should get regular updates with new features :)

Also check out my TVNZ OnDemand Add-on HERE

Enjoy!

Comments

  1. Hi Matt, this is working great on my android TV Nvidia shield running latest spmc 16. Both live and catchup shows. The tvnz does not work due to the drm issue. Cheers for your work. Ryan

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