Sunday, July 5, 2020

How To Go Live Stream on YouTube with Less than 1000 Subscribers


I finally took the courage and guts to make my first ever YouTube live stream a couple of days ago, yay! It was bit challenging for me as my topic was all over the place. I wanted to showcase life updates while I was getting ready for the day, although it was almost midday that time, but I wanted to look presentable to the viewers. I took the time to make a list on my head on what to discuss and share which I think is a good way but I thought of making a list next time I do this again...so I won't get lost. 

While I was searching on how to go live on YouTube using my mobile phone it prompted there that I am not eligible for that feature because my subscribers were less than 1000, so look for ways and checked the laptop for that feature and bam! I can go live using the laptop, woohoo! 

So I made this tutorial to help others who didn't know this feature on YouTube, you can cast live streaming or go live using your laptop or desktop. It's in Taglish (Tagalog and English) language with caption. 

In this video I used my MacBook Air Facetime HD camera, Xiaomi headset microphone and with no external lights...I will improve the sound and the quality on the coming videos. 

I hope this tutorial can help you to get through YouTube video uploads via live streaming. If you find this post helpful kindly visit my vlog by clicking the video image above. 

Thank you so much! 


Stay safe and be healthy! 






14 comments:

  1. I am always so nervous to try something like that. Thanks for the advice!

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  2. Interesting, I didn't know that YouTube has a restriction for streaming live using phone if we have less than a 1000 subscribers. But there are many options nowadays that would allow people to go live quite easily. Or maybe they have restrictions too.

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    1. Do agree with your point i also wasn't aware of this restriction..indeed true nowadays there are really so many other ways too...

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  3. Kristine Nicole AlessandraJuly 6, 2020 at 6:22 PM

    I really am so camera shy I cannot even imagine myself going live on a video. I need to build up my confidence and try this sometime. Thanks for the tips and the valuable advice.

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  4. I have never gone live! But it sounds like a neat feature, and I didn't know what was involved in the process.

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  5. oh wow found it really very helpful and useful..i haven't much information about it before..glad to know more about..Thanks indeed for sharing...

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  6. Been trying to start my vlogging adventure but really never have the chance to start it. Thank you for this info. I will consider this when I have the time to make more contents on the yt channel

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  7. Oh nice, I need to start using YouTube more. I'm not sure if I'm interesting enough to live stream though!

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  8. I don't do much on Youtube. This inspired me to try a live stream as you have to start somewhere

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  9. There are times when I think of vlogging, so it is good to know such details.

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  10. Excellent advice. I'm not a youtuber but have considered it on several occasions. I'd love to do livestreaming but I don't have the confidence!

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  11. Great tip. I didn't know that. I hope to build up the courage one day and open a youtube channel and then going live. Until then, baby steps I guess

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  12. I had NO idea that this was an option!! THANK YOU!!

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  13. I'm not brave enough to record myself for YouTube, let alone do a live event! I'm glad you found a way to do it with less than 1000 followers!

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