YouTube Expands Live Streaming to All Channels With Over 1000 Subscribers

Posted May 15, 2013 at 9:42pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 4058 views

YouTube has announced that live streaming capabilities have been enabled for all users with over 1000 subscribers.

Starting today we are expanding access to live streaming. All channels in good standing with over a thousand subscribers are now eligible to apply for live streaming. To see if you’re eligible, check your Account Features page for an “Enable” button to sign up for Live and click it if you're interested. In the following weeks you'll be able to live stream to the world from your channel.

Key Features:
● You get real-time transcoding in the cloud, so you only need to send us your highest quality stream and we make it instantly available in all resolutions and device formats
● You can show multiple camera angles, add closed captions, and insert ads and slates
● Viewers can watch the live stream from any device, get the best quality constantly adjusting to their Internet connection, and can skip back and forth in the live stream

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