HTTP response codes are three-digit numerical indicators given by a server in reply to a client's HTTP request.
On successful request, the server returns code 200 and the associated response content, such as a media stream or HLS media playlist.
This status code signifies that the server cannot locate any match for the requested URL. Possible causes:
Indicates that the client's request was understood by the server, but the server is refusing to complete it. Possible causes:
Typically occurs when a client's request to a server takes too long time. Possible causes:
When working with HLS reception, it's possible to encounter quality issues after retransmitting a stream. For instance, a stream may play in HD quality in VLC player, but after retransmission, the video appears in low resolution. This problem typically arises because the HLS stream contains variants with different resolutions.
To resolve this issue, download HLS playlist and open in a text editor: The playlist will have content that looks like this:
#EXTM3U #EXT-X-STREAM-INF:PROGRAM-ID=1,BANDWIDTH=6221600,RESOLUTION=1920x1080 https://example.com/video/1080.m3u8 #EXT-X-STREAM-INF:PROGRAM-ID=1,BANDWIDTH=246440,RESOLUTION=320x184 https://example.com/video/240.m3u8
Examine the playlist content and look for the
#EXT-X-STREAM-INF lines that define the different quality streams available. In this example, two streams are available: one with a resolution of 1920x1080 and another with a resolution of 320x184.
Select the URL corresponding to the desired quality. In the example playlist, the HD stream URL is
Use this URL in the Input settings