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The content on Pilot TV is a Streaming Video Embed. When play is hit, the Video will start to stream. If pause is hit, the Video will continue to load as seen with the progress bar. As more and more Videos are played on a single page, the more your Internet will slow down because it is trying to stream multiple Videos. If you find yourself in this situation, either let all the Videos load, or refresh the page. Than play the Video you wish to watch. It’s sometimes helpful to press play, then pause and let the Video load before continuing to play.

Every page has a Music Player built in, playing the Theme Songs of many of your favorite TV Shows. Press the play button on the right to start playing Music. Each time you navigate to a new page, the Music Player will be there, but you’ll need to press play again.

To continue your membership, you will need to click “membership details” next to the log in window. From there you can select the package that suits you best.

Setting up your

Pilot TV Roku Channel

1. Log in to pilottv.net (sign in with your username and password. If you can’t log in, let me know and I’ll change your password)
2. After you are logged in, please go to pilottv.net/roku (On this page, you will see the Roku activation code box and below that you will see the password for
platinum members for the platinum member folder on Pilot TV Roku Channel)
3. Go to Pilot TV Roku Channel. If you get the 4 digit code that pops up, it means you have to activate the channel with the site. You can type in this code on the                                         pilottv.net/roku page but it’s very important that you are logged in to pilottv.net on the site to see this. Once the code is in, you will see a congratulations on your Pilot TV Roku channel.
4. After you are now logged in everywhere, you will select the Platinum members folder on Pilot TV Roku channel and will enter the password that is displayed on pilottv.net/roku. Once again, you will only see this password if you are logged in to pilottv.net

It sounds like a lot of stuff, but it’s not. The key to everything is being logged in to pilottv.net to get the ball rolling.

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