Good news for youtubers and their followers. Google's popular YouTube tool launched Tuesday the option of streaming live through its iPhone and iPad application, leading to the beta feature as it tries to compete with similar streaming options available from Facebook And Twitter.
This idea began to take shape with a handful of producers in June 2016. Since then YouTube has made several adjustments , for example, improving transmission quality and slowing live chat. The first transmissions support potentially face up to 2,000 messages per second.
YouTube has live streams for iPhone and iPad
While the general public "will have it soon," YouTube mobile streaming is currently only available to people with more than 10,000 subscribers, the company said. Although he did not explain why, this is presumably to handle the bandwidth or solve any final problem.
The transmission is accessible by launching the application and pressing the capture button, which will present the option to record or enter live.
Like regular videos, streaming can be searched, and can appear in recommendations and playlists. One difference is the presence of live comments , which will appear on top of much like Periscope's Twitter videos.
To allow comments to generate more cash, YouTube is also launching "Super Chat" , which will allow people to pay for a comment highlighted in colors, as well as set at the top of a chat window for five hours, given By how the person is willing to pay. Because of the potential for abuse, paid comments are being moderated as normal chat messages.
This new feature that YouTube is now experiencing is available to those with more than 10,000 subscribers who can take advantage of the application, but it is no wonder that in a short time it is available to all ...