How to Save a Live Stream on YouTube

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There are a few ways to save a live stream on YouTube. If you’re streaming from a mobile device, YouTube may throttle your video’s viewers. In such a case, you may want to edit your privacy settings after the live stream ends. You can also use a screen recorder or video downloader.

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YouTube may throttle the number of viewers of your mobile live streams

If you’re a mobile livestreamer, you should be aware of the fact that YouTube may throttle the number of viewers of your stream. YouTube calculates the bitrate based on the duration and the connection speed. A typical bitrate is between 1 and 12 Mbps. It’s possible to exceed this limit if you’re uploading videos that are too long or have too many people watching at one time.

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In order to avoid being throttled, you should try to reach at least 1,000 subscribers. Once you’ve reached the threshold, the conditions will be lifted and you’ll be able to continue streaming. To stream video on YouTube, download the YouTube app and enable the camera, microphone, and photos permissions. Make sure you choose the right webcam for the occasion, too.

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When streaming video in full HD, your connection should be at least 10 Mbps. If you’re having trouble loading videos, try disabling background programs. This will allow your video to load more quickly. If this still doesn’t help, try running an online speed test to find out if your ISP’s bandwidth is too low.

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Another reason wireless carriers may be limiting your video streaming speed is because the video-streaming apps that are most popular may have higher bandwidth requirements than other types of traffic. In these cases, wireless carriers are trying to control network congestion. YouTube has been accused of degrading speed for some types of traffic. It’s also been sued by the FTC for throttling firefighters’ videos during peak traffic periods.

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