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HTC makes action camera images Re live stream to YouTube
HTC comes Friday with an update to the Action Camera Re which makes it possible to stream movies directly to YouTube. However, the feature is available only if the action camera is connected to an Android smartphone. A version for iOS will be rolled out until later.
The owners of Re may from Friday update the corresponding smartphone app. The user must then log on to YouTube and activate the livestream-feature. HTC gives the announcement that the operation must then be verified just before the live stream can be started.
The footage is sent to YouTube via the smartphone. Users can choose to share the video with everyone, but there is also a private mode available. The images can be shared in this way with specific individuals. Users can use a text message, but also through social media invite others to view their videos. The link will remain active after the end of the broadcast, whereby the material also can be viewed at a later time.
It is still unclear when the update will be rolled out for iOS devices. HTC keeps the time being the first quarter of 2015. The action camera can also store recordings on a Micro SD card, but videos can also be stored on the smartphone or in the cloud. HTC has the camera in October introduced . The device has the shape of a periscope and can record videos in 1080p.Viewing:-171
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