Facebook-Live-Video-Streaming

In early December it became clear that Facebook is testing native function for streaming video live called Live Video. This service, of course, is the Facebook’s answer to Meerkat and Periscope, and other popular services for live video streaming.

Facebook so far tested the Live Video function with a small group of people, but today it is available for all iPhone users in the US. According to people tested the service the interface reminiscent of Periscope. Very soon the service will be available for Android.

Here is interesting tip from Facebook on:

How do I share a live video to my Timeline?

To start a live broadcast from your personal Timeline:

1. Tapfrom your News Feed or Timeline on Facebook for iOS
2. Tap
3. Write an optional description for your broadcast
4. Tap Go Live to begin your broadcast

When you want to end your broadcast, tap Finish

During your broadcast, you’ll see the number of live viewers, the names of friends who are watching and a real-time stream of comments. Your broadcast can be no longer than 30 minutes. When you end your broadcast, it’ll be saved on your Timeline like any other video.

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