Wait. So Photon browser works for live streaming events? Have you tested it out? Or can you for me?
So far I've found it works with anything Flash based that doesn't require any additional downloads. It appears that how it works is it sends the page you want to view to a server that loads the page in Firefox on a computer and then sends that back to you as a "video," but you can still interact with the page and it is nearly instantaneous.
Yes, but.my main concern is it not working with live sporting events.nhave you ever tred those? Or can you for me? Firstrowsports and atdhe.
iSwifter (paid) and Rover (free) work with firstrowsports. They both are made for flash games, but work with flash video too.
PM sent back, it was redirecting me to different URLs, with varying vids but it was somewhat choppy. I didnt see a direct link to any live feed.
I stream sports a lot as well. If you want the best quality Flash I'd suggest paying up the monthly fee for OnLive. With figure skating I see the difference between it and the other browsers like iSwifter (Photon being best of the bunch IMO).
It won't work with US-geoblocked or obviously Silverlight streams (a loss for me with Universal Sports) but you should be good otherwise.