29 Jul How to Live-stream on YouTube with Under 1000 subscribers
Hi, this is CameraFi Live team.
To be able to live-stream on YouTube mobile, your channel will need to have at least 1K(1,000) subscribers.
However, with Stream Now mode in CameraFi Live, you can broadcast live on YouTube with under 1000 subscribers.
I’d like to share more special features that are needed for YouTube mobile live-streaming.
- 4K live-streaming
S10 5G users can broadcast live on YouTube with 4K(2160p), 2K(1440p) resolution.
(We are in discussions with several companies for 4K live-streaming feature in various 5G smartphones.)
Other smartphones can live-stream on YouTube with up to 1080p/60fps resolution.
- Connecting with donation/web-overlay platforms
You can add the chat widget or the donation alerts by connecting web-based donation platforms like Streamlabs.
- Multi live streaming
With logging in Restream from CameraFi Live, you can broadcast in 30+ platforms simultaneously.
You can collect the chat data from various platforms and overlay in your live video.
- Connecting various external cameras such as DSLRs, camcorders, drones, and action cameras
You can connect high-quality external camera devices such as DSLRs, camcorders and etc.
- Providing various motion graphic effects including the scoreboard
We are continuously adding various motion graphic effects that can differentiate your live-streaming from others.
- Mobile game streaming
You can easily create the mobile game live-streaming whenever and wherever.
CameraFi Live for Galaxy S10 5G users (in Galaxy Store) provides the internal audio recording feature as well.
We are going to introduce more features and manuals for easy and high-quality mobile live-streaming.
If you have any questions about CameraFi Live, please send us the questions via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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– YouTube(CameraFi): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC5iTltLUwBqS6eovL1GgIw
Thank you 🙂