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Scifo
06-05-2006, 11:02 AM
Which live streams sites sre gonna work today.

I'm on a shared computer that doesn't let you install some things so i don't want to start paying for ones that don't work.

on the main match thread it links you to an Aisan site, but iis this meant to start the match straight away or do I have to install a program first?

Tertius
06-05-2006, 11:19 AM
Setanta Sports offers a paid option that will cost you about 10 dollars US (assuming you are IN the US) and will not only give you the game today but also the one on Tuesday and any other games they are running for the month. Get that here: http://play.www.setanta.servecast.net/setanta/us/

Alternatively (and I really hope I'm not breaking any board rules here) there is a program called Podcast Bar. It streams various channels from around the world. It will be carrying it on a channel called Fortune Sport (I watched Leeds/Preston on it yesterday). The program menus are a mix of English and Chinese apparently but the channel names are there, just select Fortune Sports. It will take a minute to buffer but it does work. Unfortunately I cannot find a link to download that. Wait here it is. Go here: http://www.bodzio61.kk.e-wro.pl/download.htm and hit the link next to Pcast. That's the download.

TrevorWel
06-05-2006, 11:32 AM
Originally posted by Tertius
Setanta Sports offers a paid option that will cost you about 10 dollars US (assuming you are IN the US) and will not only give you the game today but also the one on Tuesday and any other games they are running for the month. Get that here: http://play.www.setanta.servecast.net/setanta/us/

Alternatively (and I really hope I'm not breaking any board rules here) there is a program called Podcast Bar. It streams various channels from around the world. It will be carrying it on a channel called Fortune Sport (I watched Leeds/Preston on it yesterday). The program menus are a mix of English and Chinese apparently but the channel names are there, just select Fortune Sports. It will take a minute to buffer but it does work. Unfortunately I cannot find a link to download that. Wait here it is. Go here: http://www.bodzio61.kk.e-wro.pl/download.htm and hit the link next to Pcast. That's the download.

I have the player, but can't find Fortune Sports :(

jobiinthelastmi
06-05-2006, 11:34 AM
Originally posted by TrevorWel
I have the player, but can't find Fortune Sports :(

Caifu? it's not on it anyway!

The EEEAAAGGGLLLEEE!!!
06-05-2006, 11:41 AM
Originally posted by Tertius
Setanta Sports offers a paid option that will cost you about 10 dollars US (assuming you are IN the US) and will not only give you the game today but also the one on Tuesday and any other games they are running for the month. Get that here: http://play.www.setanta.servecast.net/setanta/us/

Alternatively (and I really hope I'm not breaking any board rules here) there is a program called Podcast Bar. It streams various channels from around the world. It will be carrying it on a channel called Fortune Sport (I watched Leeds/Preston on it yesterday). The program menus are a mix of English and Chinese apparently but the channel names are there, just select Fortune Sports. It will take a minute to buffer but it does work. Unfortunately I cannot find a link to download that. Wait here it is. Go here: http://www.bodzio61.kk.e-wro.pl/download.htm and hit the link next to Pcast. That's the download. Wow, I never believed there would be a day where I could watch Palace live on my PC. I've just signed up with Stanta. $11.99 to watch both Semi finals and the final - What a bargain!!!!:love: :D :love:

Tertius
06-05-2006, 12:16 PM
As an update apparently Fortune Sports did NOT run the Palace game. No idea why. It is however available on TVants which can be downloaded from this page: http://www.bodzio61.kk.e-wro.pl/download.htm and once it's installed click this link tvants://www.tvants.com/tvants/?k=28a60a4404766b01 . It takes awhile to buffer and is a tad glitchy but it DOES work. I reccommend doing the Setanta thing though. It costs ya a few bucks but it's more reliable.