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Release -  Netflix Add-on [input-stream]
#1
I couldn't find a thread for the latest Netflix Input Stream based Add-on and google just shows up piracy links, so I thought it was about time we had a thread about it so people with paid subscriptions can use netflix inside Kodi.

This is not my Add-on, but seems like a good community effort. This is also not an "official Add-on" by the Kodi team. It has been built by 3rd parties.

If you are posting about a problem, provide a LOG FILE!! https://kodi.wiki/view/Log_file/Easy
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The trademark "Netflix" is registered by "Netflix, Inc."

Requirements
- A paid Netflix subscription
- Latest Kodi v18 Nightly
- Inputstream Add-on (included with the nightlies but may be disabled by default)

Source
https://github.com/asciidisco/plugin.video.netflix

Download
https://github.com/kodinerds/repo/raw/ma...-1.0.1.zip

Instructions
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- Install the repository on your machine using Install from zip
- Enable Input Stream Add-on Add-ons >> Package icon >> My Add-ons >> Video Player Inputstream >> Inputstream Adaptive >> menu >> enable
- Install the addon from Addons >> Package icon >> Install from repository >> netflix repository >> video Ads-ons >> Netflix Add-on
- Configure the netflix Add-on with your Login details for netflix
- Copy your Netflix ESN id (android settings >> about) to the Add-on settings (expert >> ESN). Yes its really, really long!!
- Restart Kodi IMPORTANT!!

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Windows (64bit)
- Download the appropriate widevine dll from here
- Copy the widevinecdm.dll >> [user]/AppData/Roaming/Kodi/cdm/
- Install the repository on your machine using Install from zip
- Install the addon from Addons >> Package icon >> Install from repository >> netflix repository >> video Ads-ons >> Netflix Add-on
- Configure the netflix Add-on with your Login details for netflix

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Linux - coming soon


Adding Netflix items to your library
1) When you find a movie or Tv show you want to add to your Kodi library, press 'C' to enable the context menu, then select the 'export to library' option.
2) By default, the Netflix addon exports items to the following path on Windows and will create separate folders at this location for movies and Tv shows:-
C:\Users\My Pc's Name\AppData\Roaming\Kodi\userdata\addon_data\plugin.video.netflix (You can obviously choose a different path if you prefer).
3) Create a new Video path for your Netflix Movie and Tv shows folders by clicking on 'Videos' on your main home menu, then 'Files', then 'Add Videos'
5) Navigate and select the path of your Netflix Movie and TV show folders, as detailed in step 2
6) Once your path has been added, highlight it, then press 'C' to enable the context menu and select the 'Scan For New Content' option. Once done, your Netflix items will now appear in your Kodi library....

Video Instructions Thx nate!


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#2
Hi, first off there was a thread I was reading about this, but I can't find it now for the life of me, I closed that browser tab, so apologies.

I installed the latest Kodi 18 nightly on my MiBox (Android) and downloaded the new Netflix add-on, following the instructions here: https://github.com/asciidisco/plugin.video.netflix

In particular it's showing the following, so I don't believe I need to install anything extra..

Prerequisites
Kodi 18 nightlybuild
Inputstream.adaptive >=v2.0.0 (should be included in your Kodi 18 installation)
Libwidevine >=1.4.8.970 (for non Android devices)



However, I can't install the Netflix add-on as I get a screen telling me that 2 dependencies are missing:

script.module.pycryptodome
Unavailable

Inputstream.adaptive
Unavailable

All the other dependencies are showing as installed.

Would appreciate any ideas/advice here; tried to search for both of those terms/dependencies and couldn't find anything to help me.
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#3
Inputstream.adaptive should be installed by default, but may be disabled. Go to my addons in settings and look under videoplayer inputstream. You should find both inputstream.adaptive and RTMP.input there.

Not 100% sure about pycryptodome, but there is this on Github .
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#4
I have both inputstream.adaptive and RTMP.input enabled in Kodi, already checked this before posting although I didn't mention (my bad). Restarted Kodi but still it's showing as unavailable when I try to install the addon.

The GitHub link doesn't help much, also it's showing that it's outdatedby 12 months?

Unfortunately I can't find the thread about this new Netflix addon which I read should be working, just not clear how exactly without these two dependencies....
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#5
Having the exact same issue as described by OP.
Nightly (20180314) installed on my nvidia sheild tv, InputStream Adaptive (2.2.0) and RTMP Input (2.0.3) are enabled. When i try to install the netflix plugin I'm failing on the same dependencies.  I did install the nightly on top of Kodi 17, and I wonder if that could be the cause. I did clear-cache and restart Kodi. no luck.
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#6
I can confirm this.
I use this addon avery day, and working like a charm on windows machines. Very good quality of image and sound. Quite simple to configure. I can import strm files to my library, Add and remove movies/series to My List.

It's a definitive addon to Netflix.

Need some cosmestic, but not a problem to watch some good stuffs.
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#7
Unfortunately development is at a standstill for 4 months now.
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#8
(2018-03-17, 15:27)sagrath Wrote: I can confirm this.
I use this addon avery day, and working like a charm on windows machines. Very good quality of image and sound. Quite simple to configure. I can import strm files to my library, Add and remove movies/series to My List.

It's a definitive addon to Netflix.

Need some cosmestic, but not a problem to watch some good stuffs.
 Do you have any instructions on installation on Windows? How and where did you install the libwidevine module?
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#9
Yes.

I follow this steps:

Install the addon normally
download the widevinecdm.dll from the firefox sources:

CDM files

(To x64 Kodi I used the "WINNT_x86_64-msvc", link is below his name)

Create a cdm folder in userdata folder (the same folder where the kodi.log is)
Put the widevinecdm.dll inside the cdm folder (used lowercase).

Open the addon
Put your credentials
Enjoy it!

I don´t use the x86 Kodi. So I don´t know what exactly version of widevinecdm.dll is necessary, or if it´s the same widevinecdm.dll.

Hope this help!
Cheers!
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#10
(2018-03-17, 16:39)Gregoire Wrote: Unfortunately development is at a standstill for 4 months now.
 Yes, but is still working. The developer, Asciidisco, is quite busy these days, but he claimed that the addon it´s not abandoned, he´s just busy by personal reasons. Wish I could help, but I´m not a coder Sad
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#11
Thanks!

Updated the 1st post with Windows instructions.
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#12
Anyone have this addon working on Android? I always get a "playback failed" error when I try to play a video.
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#13
(2018-03-23, 00:42)yurimcz Wrote: Anyone have this addon working on Android? I always get a "playback failed" error when I try to play a video.
Yes, played something yesterday and was working fine. Are you using Kodi 18?
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#14
@docwra 
Maybe worthwhile adding some instructions on how to add Netflix items to your Kodi library on the 1st post as well?
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#15
Only knock on this addon is the library integration. The KodiNerds Amazon addon lets you click on the watchlist folder and add all movies and shows to the library. Netflix addon forces you to add one movie or series at a time. It works, just a tedious process.
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