What is YouTube Livestream?
YouTube Livestream is also the second most popular live streaming site after Twitch. But while Twitch is best known for game streaming, YouTube Live’s subscribers offer everything from musical performances, vlogs, cooking classes, makeup tutorials, instructional videos, comedy shows, and more.
Watching YouTube live on a smart TV box is not complicated. The first things you need to do are downloading and install the free software called Livestream from YouTube. Once installed, you just need to log in with your Google account. The whole process only takes about 10 minutes.
Why go live on YouTube?
YouTube Live Video is a great way to differentiate yourself and provide a unique, rewarding video experience.
Here are some great reasons to participate in YouTube Live Video:
- Turn a video into an event
- Tap into a large audience
- Engage your viewers in real time
- Create great content without overthinking it
- Subscribing to a YouTube Channel
“Subscribing” during a YouTube Live is the same as subscribing to any YouTube channel. The uploader’s video will appear in your feed. You’ll also see any streams they’re currently running as well as upcoming streams for which you might want to set reminders.
Viddler or Camstudio
There is no extra software required to be installed like with Viddler or Camstudio. Once you have successfully logged in, the next step will be to select your location. If you want to see the video on your TV, you will want to select your home’s geographical coordinates. Otherwise, you will want to pick the time and date you want to start the video.
Once this is done, you will want to begin your video. To do this, first go to the “video” section of the YouTube home page. On the left side of the page, next to the “playlist,” there is a link that says, “See videos on YouTube.” Click on it. It will take you to the video section where you can start recording.
You should already have your Google+ account set up, so the next step is to go to the Google+ profile and create a page. Choose the location you want to stream the video to and click “create page.” The next step is to add the Livestream icon to your Google+ page. Select “Livestream” from the drop-down menu and then click on it. If it is not already available, you will need to scroll down to where it says “Find” and click on it. It will take you to the third option, where you can find the Livestream icon.
If your computer does not yet have the Google+ application, simply download it from Google. Once it is installed, go to the “video center” and search for YouTube. Once you find it, click on it. The main page of the site will display a live view of the video you are streaming. If you would like to see the video in its original quality, click on the “HD” option.
WinVoid or Zumoc
The easiest way to get the Livestream on your computer is to simply download the file and copy it over to your computer. There are a few different ways you can do this. The simplest is to use a free ware downloader like WinVoid or Zumoc. These programs will basically install the necessary files to allow you to watch a YouTube Livestream on your PC. It will also give you the option of either watching the video live or not.
If you do not have these programs installed, then you will need to visit your favorite search engine and do a search for a Livestream converter. You can either download the one that comes with your web browser or you can look for one that you can run on your computer on its own. Most of the converters will just require your YouTube login and password to turn your Livestream into a stream. After you have done that, you can just plug in your YouTube username and password and you are all set to watch Live on Your Computer.
This technology is truly remarkable and has opened up a whole new world of technology on the internet. It enables us to stream video to a computer anywhere in the world at any time of day. If you haven’t checked out Livestream, I encourage you to. This is an amazing technology that will change the way we enjoy online video.
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