Our project is hosted on Gitlab.
From the project page you can always download and compile the latest sources.
The latest release tarball can be downloaded from the address below:
Ubuntu users can benefit from a PPA supporting recent Ubuntu versions, from 18.04 to the upcoming 21.04 (!). Add ppa:tv-lite/ppa-git to your system's Software Sources by typing the following commands in the terminal:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tv-lite/ppa-git
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install tv-lite
A package for Arch, Manjaro and other Arch-derived distros is available now in AUR
Windows installer. Get it from:
Of course, you are supposed to install Acestream first.
The windows version has a lot of needed software packed inside, which is needed to run TV-Lite. Linux has this software, either installed out of the box, either installable from repositories. Windows users are left out, in the cold, so we have to provide them for these users.
TV-Lite is licensed under the GNU General Public License GPLv2 The source code can be found on the project page.
libVLC is a licensed under GNU Lesser General Public License by VideoLAN. Some of the VLC plugins are also distributed under GNU General public license, or other licenses. The source code for libVLC, and the other VLC related modules can be found on their site: https://www.videolan.org/vlc/download-sources.html.
wxWidgets is a C++ library that lets developers create applications for Windows, macOS, Linux and other platforms with a single code base. It is licensed under the wxWindows Library Licence. More about it, including the source code, can be found on their site. https://www.wxwidgets.org.