I found this little trick, when im not in front of the TV…
VLC is an opensource video/audio player, it play almost anything… can be downloaded here:
Click and download libhtsp_plugin.dylib (OSX) or libhtsp_plugin.dll (windows), and put it in your vlc/videolan plugin folder…
Download Windows version:
Download OS X version:
Right click on the app and click “show content of package” open “Contents -> MacOS -> plugins” and put the file there.
Put the downloadet file in “C:\Program Files\VideoLAN\VLC\plugins” destination depend on your computer and where you installed VLC.
start VLC and go to Preferences click “show all” chose “playlist” -> Services discovery -> HTSP.
Edit 3 things:
“HTSP Server Addresss” match your Tvheadend/OSMC device/server’s IP.
HTSP Username: most cases "osmc"
HTSP Password: most cases “osmc”
And your done, save and restart VLC, and you should now be able to have easy access to watch tv via a playlist in VLC.
There a other ways like opening an m3u playlist like this: http://>OSMC_IP<:9981/playlist ( http://osmc.local.:9981/playlist ).