Live chat replays will show up alongside the video in the same manner as they as appeared live.
YouTube has made a number of exciting updates to its YouTube Live streaming service. If there are no "professionally provided captions" available, creators will still be able to add the live automatic captions using the live automatic speech recognition (LASTR) technology.
YouTube is usually associated with viewing the finished video, but many authors spend on it live broadcasts with Live.
Up next is automatic captions.
YouTube has announced several features to make live streams on its platform easier and more accessible. For Super Chat - a monetizing feature that lets viewers pay money to have their video comments highlighted in the chat stream - YouTube is integrating IFTTT technology. Additionally, YouTube has rolled out support for English automatic captions to live streams. "We will launch this feature in the coming weeks, and then will improve its accuracy and speed", reads the official YouTube blog. The expansion makes YouTube one of the principal real video stages to offer live inscribing.
The company also reported that creators can now tie the "Super Chat" feature to IFTTT and smart home gadgets.
Users can also explore other videos with the same location tag by simply clicking on it and can also use the location filter on the search results page to find other videos from a specific spot, YouTube said.
YouTube launched Official Artist Channels past year to help fans find their favourite artists' content as easily as possible by ... The thought here is to better computerize the element that enables a Super Chat to trigger a genuine occasion, similar to lights, a pet feeder, or a confetti gun.