At the Vidcon event in California, YouTube announced plans to bring live streaming right into the main Youtube mobile app which means that the world’s largest video site will now take on FaceBook Live and Periscope. You need to just tap the capture button within the app, select a thumbnail, pick a title and you would go live.
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Periscope is adding a number of important features to its platform. The Twitter owned live streaming service will now let users search for live streams, save broadcasts forever and there is also an integration with DJI drones. Continue reading “Periscope to soon get broadcast search, live streaming from drones and more”
Periscope has updated its iPhone app in order to make it easier for users discover broadcast across the globe. The popular video live streaming app will now offer a map that will show which videos are live around the world.
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Popular video sharing site YouTube today launched some mobile features. Videos taken on mobile phones can now be directly uploaded to YouTube. To get started you need to register for a regular account and then set up a mobile profile. You’ll be given a special email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) to send your videos to.
Since the uploads are handled via MMS, meta data is at a minimum. Part of setting up the mobile profile is to set a default title and description for a video. Once back at a computer you can better describe the content and update the video listing.
YouTube does not charge anything for the service, but standard MMS fees apply (check with carrier).
via [ mobiletracker]