How you can migrate
Since the YouTube Live Streaming API is announced, we’ve seen great tools and apps that helped eligible channels to stream their content on YouTube.
YouTube Live streaming platform enables eligible channels to stream live content on YouTube. With the addition of live streaming content to the Data API, you can make it easier for users to find information about these live streaming events:get s…
With the YouTube Direct Lite apps (Android, iOS), your fans can
and submit to your playlist, all from their Android device. You can then moderate their submissions, which won’t show up in your playlist till you explicitly approve them.
YouTube Direct Lite platform doesn’t require any server-side code that needs to be configured or deployed. As the moderator, you will see a playlist of videos waiting for your approval. The videos you approve, will be added into your channel.
How to start using the Android application
1) Register your Android app
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Here’s what the subscribe button looks like on Vice.com in the bottom-right corner of this screenshot:
To put the subscribe button on your site, just embed the code below like you’d embed a YouTube video.
Check out this documentation if you want to customize the button or dive into the details.
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The YouTube Live Streaming API makes it easier to build tools and apps for channels that are enabled to stream live content on YouTube. With the YouTube Live platform, you have the ability to real-time transcode to a range of video qualities that support a broad set of devices and networks, dynamic bandwidth adjustment so viewers automatically see the highest quality stream their network supports, and DVR-like controls to allow viewers to pause, fast forward, and rewind during a live stream.
Here are a few great examples from developers already using the API:
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As the YouTube APIs continue to evolve, release notes are a good place to keep track of improvements. However, with a busy life, you may not remember checking regularly for updates. Now, for the first time, you can subscribe to RSS feeds to be notified as soon as new features are available.
The release notes for all of the YouTube APIs and widgets have their own corresponding RSS feed.
Feeds are available for:
Going forward, we will be pushing updates via RSS for all of the YouTube APIs. Follow our YouTube for Developers Google+ page, and subscribe to the RSS feeds to get the latest API updates!
—Ibrahim Ulukaya, YouTube API Team