Fresh out of VidCon, YouTube has announced new features specifically for its content creators, not the least of which is the ability to play pre-recorded videos during livestreams. YouTube calls these “Premieres,” presenting them as a way to offer existing content as live content for ushering in a planned livestreaming event. Until now, YouTube creators could schedule a livestream and … Continue reading

YouTube livestreams get support for playing pre-recorded videos

Fresh out of VidCon, YouTube has announced new features specifically for its content creators, not the least of which is the ability to play pre-recorded videos during livestreams. YouTube calls these “Premieres,” presenting them as a way to offer existing content as live content for ushering in a planned livestreaming event. Until now, YouTube creators could schedule a livestream and … Continue reading

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