A mini-guide to improve stream-watching

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A mini-guide to improve stream-watching

Post by (polskaGOLA) » Sat Sep 20, 2014 11:09 pm

Thought it time for Gola to give back to the PolishSoccer community. Today I will show you how to improve the quality of your sports streams.

1) Download Maxthon Browser

Maxthon is a free and not so well known browser with high performance and lots of cool features. It ranks very well against the other browsers you are familiar with (Firefox, Chrome, Opera) in performance and especially HTML-5 as you can see here.

What we are going to use today is Maxthon's nifty Flash Player pop-up feature to watch streams.

2) Install Maxthon browser, open it and go to a stream site. I will use sportlemon for example.

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Now move your mouse around the top of the stream (/or any Flash Player). You should see a white box pop-up like below:

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Click it to open the Flash Player in a new window.

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As you can see, you only get the stream and none of the ads! You can drag the corners to resize the player as you see fit! You can go fullscreen and adjust volume on the bottom, and toggle a Pin-to-Top button at the top to pin the window on top of your other windows.

4) Go to PolishSoccer.com chat and chat while watching the game like true Polski chuj.

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BONUS: You can open up multiple windows and watch several games at once!

BONUS 2: This works with everything that uses flash, youtube videos, flash games, you name it. I find it particularly useful for streams though because this way you can adjust screen size and have no ads, which increases streaming experience significantly.

Enjoy.
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Re: A mini-guide to improve stream-watching

Post by patrickjjh » Sun Sep 21, 2014 12:48 am

Dis mansz a legend

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Re: A mini-guide to improve stream-watching

Post by jastkowice » Sun Sep 21, 2014 7:48 am

Thanks Gola, that is a nice feature indeed. I have found that certain sites dont allow you to even go fullscreen which is annoying. Anyways, this will be great.

Heres a list that I use:

http://premium.futbolhd.pl/sport.php
http://www.drhtv.com.pl/
http://mecz.tv/index.php
http://ifirstrowus.eu/
http://goatd.net/
http://www.wiziwig.tv/index.php?part=sports
http://aliez.tv/

Post your best links and lets make a nice complete list.

Also, what do you guys use in terms of match downloads???? For Polish EK and shit, I ve used allgoals.pl but I find that lately it takes forever for some of the guys to be put up. While other times the quality sucks and there isnt enough people to contribute. Is there another site that you can download Europa/Ekstraklasa games? If somone has something hook it up.

Thanks!

Dont forget to watch the Poland Brazil Gold Medal game today!
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