This page gathers all the information you may need about this add-on.
This add-on was successfully tested on Kodi v18 Leia. It may work with older versions but it was not tested recently on these versions.
Kodi v19 Matrix is currently not supported (the associated issue is here).
You may download Kodi v18 Leia from this page.
Please read the dedicated page.
How to install
With the ImagoTV repository (preferred method)
The PeerTube add-on is available in the ImagoTV repository (because it is a dependency of the ImagoTV add-on).
Follow the documentation of the repository to install it.
It will allow you to get updates automatically and it will install automatically the required dependencies.
- Choose the version you want to install from the releases page
- Download an archive of this version using the link
source code (zip)
- Install the add-on from the zip file in Kodi as explained here
Note that you won't get automatic updates with this installation method and you will have to install the dependencies by yourself.
If you are able to use Git on your system you may clone the repository in the folder
addons of your Kodi home with the following commands:
cd <kodi_home>/addons rm -r plugin.video.peertube git clone https://framagit.org/StCyr/plugin.video.peertube.git
It is safer to use a released version:
# List all the releases git tag --list # Use the version you want git checkout <tag_of_the_release>
But you can also use the
main branch which may contain new but unreleased features:
cd <kodi_home>/addons/plugin.video.peertube git checkout -b my-branch origin/main
This branch is supposed to be working at all time.
Note that you won't get automatic updates with this installation method but you will be able to update the add-on simply with Git, without having to download any new file.
git fetch && git checkout <new_reference>