How to Use iPhone Recording to U-Stream

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U-Stream is an online video streaming website that is very popular. Use your iPhone to record content for U-Stream with help from an expert in the world of Apple retail in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hey. I'm Skylar. And today, I want to go over how to stream using U-Streamer from your iPhone to the Web. It's ridiculously simple. I'm going to skip the step where you download the U-Stream app because you can do that. Just go to the app store, download U-Stream and then create an account. Once you create an account, check out this. Slide to unlock, tap U-Stream Broadcaster, That's the specific name of the app and it's dirt simple. Record the phone or go live. I'm connected to WiFi right now, so I could go live if I want to. Going to tap that and give it a second while it links everything up. And then on the right hand side you'll see, start. It's recommending that I link to social networks, like Twitter or Facebook so that people can actually see that I'm broadcasting. Otherwise nobody's going to be able to find my feed, except through random chance. But I'm going to forgo that now. I'm just going to tap start and U-Stream waits for the server and then immediately connects actually in my case. So on my screen on the laptop right over here I actually see that the streaming has started. And if I pick it up I can look around the room and there we go. I'm actually looking at the screen with my iPhone and we're seeing some crazy video feedback now. Now I got some advertisements once in a while because U-Stream isn't exactly a totally free service. But hey, for what it does it's really really cool. And it's pretty unbelievable that within five minutes I can get live stream up so that anyone in the world can see it. That's it. I'm Skylar. Thanks for watching.


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