YouTube mobile app in most remote broadcasts. Switcher Studio Pro in a few remote broadcasts. Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) when streaming from PC.
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The button above will appear in red whenever Beyond90Seconds is streaming live on Periscope.
Clicking the button will take you to the Beyond90Seconds Periscope page.
Beyond90Seconds Periscope “replays” also appear on the Periscope page.
Highlights from a Periscope live broadcast from the scene of a 3 alarm fire:
Ustream mobile app
Prior to the arrival of Periscope, I often live streamed from remote locations using the UStream mobile app.
The playlist below features videos from the 2014 Oso mudslide in Washington state. Most of these videos were originally streamed live using the Ustream mobile app.
The video quality is poor. The location is very remote. But these broadcasts provided some of the first views near the scene of the mudslide, as well as insightful information from people who were in the area at the time of the mudslide.