With the recently released Chrome v69, Flash support has become more strict than ever.
Due to the current situation where it is difficult to use Flash regularly, we have migrated the kukuluLIVE live broadcast player to the HTML5 version.
Thank you to everyone who helped us test the beta version.
Unlike the previous HTML5 (HLS) version, this time a protocol similar to RTMP is received via Websocket and played using MSE instead of Flash.
We have confirmed that it is much more stable than before, but we do not know how it will behave when viewed in large numbers.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause for a while until it becomes as stable as Flash.
The combination of Windows 7 and earlier OS and IE does not support the HTML5 version of the player, so it will be played using the conventional Flash version.
The Windows version of Firefox and Edge had a phenomenon where the sound was popping and popping, but this has now been fixed.
However, due to the initial buffer charge, there will be a minimum of 2.5 seconds of playback waiting, which will cause a delay.
If you want to watch with lower delay, please use Chrome.
Please refer to the image below for the delay for each browser and player.
With this implementation, kukuluLIVE's conversion to HTML5 has been completed, and it is now mandatory for broadcasters to configure HTML5 compatibility.
Please see this notice for more details.
If you want to use the conventional Flash version even in a compatible environment, you can return to it from the page below.
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