Do you use a Debrid Service?

Do you use a Debrid Service?

  • Yes

    Votes: 117 65.0%
  • No

    Votes: 63 35.0%

  • Total voters
    180

Maverickz

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Dec 20, 2013
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I actually use two debrid services—Real-debrid and Alledebrid. Swear by them both for access to buffer-free HD quality links. The cost is minimal when compared to paying for monthly cable TV and greatly enhances Kodi addons.
I finally broke down and got RD, so far I am not impressed. You do get more links, but for TV Shows these "extra" links seem to be 90% sometimes even 100% duplicates of the free links and have the exact same buffering issues as their free counterparts. For movies there seems to be more unique links but a lot of those have buffering issues, although you can sometimes find one that doesn't.

I thought maybe my ISP (Comcast) was blocking and throttling links, so I tried using a VPN (Anonymizer VPN trial) with the same results. I have a 150mbps connection, hard wired LAN (not wifi) and can stream Netflix at 4k and Prime at 4k with no issues. So yeah I am not seeing all these "buffer free" links from RD.
 
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ideboedyourmom

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Apr 8, 2017
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For those that arent, why not try a short trial of real-debrid or another. Its less than 10 dollars and you can see if its worth it to you. It is to me. Yes, sometimes there are just as good standard sources, but occasionally there are only very low quality standard sources while there are many more HD or higher.
 

foreverbad 81

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Mar 2, 2018
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Real Debrid, works great all the time (Have to deselect foreign sources in settings) it gives me lots of premium sources and in 4k or full hd too. kodi 17.6 on android box
 

stuartpan

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May 21, 2018
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Hi, does anyone knows if Kodi is allowed in germany and where can I get a decent installation for that?
I am travelling to Germany and I would very much like to install it before I get there.
I am an event manager and I have an event in Berlin. I am using an event planning software and it helps a lot with the plan. Most of the planning is done through this. I also use a seating plan software and it saves up.
I hope you guys can help with the Kodi install thanks
 

-LT-

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Feb 1, 2018
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The Base of Yggdrasil
I have just opened a RD premium account
for 2 weeks to see if it's something I can use here in the US. But I cannot figure how to use it yet.
There is a space that tells me to "Enter your links here" But doesn't explain what links... I am very
brand new to all this so I feel rather dumb asking...But how do I use it? There's very little they
explain to newcomers. I tried their forum section...But most of it is in French...Any help is appreciated.
 

monty28428

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Jun 7, 2014
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Have used Real Debrid for a couple of years and loved it... still have it but links are not what they used to be - buffering etc. seems to be the norm for some (still a couple that are okay) so I'm starting to no longer see the benefit of it all.
 

Toddman01

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Oct 12, 2015
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I have just opened a RD premium account
for 2 weeks to see if it's something I can use here in the US. But I cannot figure how to use it yet.
There is a space that tells me to "Enter your links here" But doesn't explain what links... I am very
brand new to all this so I feel rather dumb asking...But how do I use it? There's very little they
explain to newcomers. I tried their forum section...But most of it is in French...Any help is appreciated.
What ever platform you are using on your Kodi Box or IPTV, in the settings there should be a place to enter your username and password. Once you do that you should be set up. Make sure you are using links associated with Real Debrid. On the website it shows which platforms to use. Once you watch something through RD, it will show in your activity. Go to Your Account and scroll down to bottom and click the download history. This will show everything that you have watched.