Second, YouTube is now going to preserve and replay the chats that occurred during a live stream. The tech giants will expend more on Live automatic speech recognition technology (LASR) to add captions to the live videos.
Creators can now add a location tag to their mobile live streams and video uploads and share all their favourite hot spots with viewers. This is good news for creators as well as viewers, as the essence of the video being "live" isn't lost. Those same messages are now available on replay as well. The latest update to YouTube Live brings several new goodies: chat replay for those who want to follow the discussions later on, automatic captions at least for the English language, and location tags for those place-specific broadcasts.
The majority of the changes announced, though, are to YouTube Live's chat functionality.
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The bank and CBI have claimed that Gurpal Singh is Deputy MD of the company while Simbhaoli's website claims he is a Director. It was also supposed to submit the KYC and other requisite documents along with the loan application of individual farmers.
Finally, you can add location tags to streams so viewers can explore streams by location and perhaps get a fuller experience of a location remotely.
If you're a livestreamer, do any of these features draw you to use YouTube Live over a competing service? The feature will be rolled out in the coming weeks.
Finally, you may recall that YouTube launched Super Chats past year, enabling YouTubers' fans to pay to have one of their comments highlighted in a live chat - basically, it's all about ensuring your words are seen above all the other chatter.
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Additionally for creators, your Super Chat can be integrated with IFTTT, meaning a Super Chat can trigger a real-life event.
"Over 600 internet-connected services and devices (like lights, pet feeders and confetti cannons!) can be connected to Super Chat", writes Wilms.
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