You might be on location in a protest or a sports game.
If you don’t have a camcorder ready, your i Phone camera is a suitable alternative to use for your live streaming.
Twitter drew major media attention for this mobile broadcasting trend in March 2015 when it announced it was buying Periscope, one of the new mobile apps for live streaming video.
At the same time, older, established webcam services also have added support for phones, and Internet messenger apps have been busy adding real-time video capabilities, too.
With the launch of the i Phone 6 last September, Apple has sold a whopping 40 million i Phone 6 units in the last quarter of 2014. There are a bunch of apps that let you do just that.
Add that number to the 500 millionth i Phone sold last March. People use their i Phones for everything – talking, taking pictures, listening to music, watching movies, setting their alarm clock, tracking their daily steps. Sometimes you might need to broadcast live on the go.
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If you want to stream multiple live videos instantly on your i Phone, i Cam is the app you must install.
These apps are designed to broadcast real-time video from smartphones; they don’t require special microphones or camera add-ons.
If you use Wirecast as an encoder, we recommend Wirecast Cam for i OS 8 for maximum compatibility. Whichever encoder you use, you should locate the Stream URL and Stream Name. Copy your unique Stream Name (for example – [email protected]) and put it after the Stream URL. The last part will be filling in the Username and Password fields.
In this example, we’ll use the ‘Other RTMP Encoder’ tab. These will be your login and password, which you saw under step 2 of this guide.
To use this app, you will have to download i Cam Source software from or buy its mobile app.
With the support for i Cam cloud, all the i Cam Source motion events are automatically backed up to cloud as soon as they are recorded.