The approach to get Flowplayer running on web based Smart TV environments (like Tizen or webOS) is similar across all platforms.
The normal webplayer works similarly as it works on a normal web browser, but there are some gotchas to be aware of.
In order to make the player usable with remote control, you need to include a smart tv plugin. Which plugin to choose depends on the underlying platform.
Most of the Web based Smart TV platforms are running a chromium based browser as the view layer.
The application is served from the filesystem directly with
file:/// protocol. This means that you can't use
protocol-relative media urls (
//cdn.example.com/myfile.mp4). You need to always include the full absolute media URL with protocol:
The chromium based browser most likely only supports MP4 files out of the box. In order to run HLS or MPEG-DASH content you need to include the playback plugin for flowplayer when you initialise the player. See the respective plugin documentations to see how to include them: HLS, MPEG-DASH.