I am willing to re-encode to AAC, though kinda surprised that Wowza doesn't do that for me.
Your page says: Live H.264 Everywhere - Save time and money by using a single source file or HD stream to simultaneously deliver live video and audio streams to any player, any device, over any protocol, without creating individual assets for each variation.
How can I create a video file that can play on Firefox, Android, and iOS?
I am willing to use a Flash fallback for Firefox if need be.
Switching the path to rtsp: DID NOT WORK on Android (tested with stock Dolphin, and FF mobile, on the Nexus 7), even though I tested with an flv file that has audio encoded with AAC. (On my computer, port 1935 is open, so it's not a port issue.)
I don't use VLC and neither do any of my clients, and I have never heard of a website that asks the users to install VLC so they can see content on the website.
Please help with instructions how to stream video or audio in a way that will play on FF and on Android.