Still remember Google I/O 2015 live streaming on YouTube? Still remember the first game of German soccer season 2015 – Bayern Munich vs. Hamburg? Where did you watch the broadcast? Yes! On YouTube. At kickoff, reported by Wired.com, there were about 2,735 people glued to the free Bundesliga league live stream on YouTube. Then, How to record those live streams on YouTube to save them in your own empire? Here we recommend you this free and easy to use YouTube live streaming recorder -5KPlayer.
5KPlayer allows you to record anything (Periscope, YouTube live streams) on your iPhone/iPad regardless of your internal storage, because the recordings are saved to your Mac/Windows PC. iOS 9/El Capitan/Windows 10 compatible! Smooth and seamless, 100% quality reserved. Free download now!
Although the above examples are one-off YouTube live streams, the move has revealed a fact that YouTube is marching to livestreaming and taking the business seriously. At the infant stage, YouTube opens up live streaming service to YouTubers with 100 and above subscribers/fans, elevating and enriching the “We Media” to a new level. And it is also reported that YouTube is seeking movie/ TV shows streaming right with some Hollywood studios. Wait and see what they are going to offer in the near future, and get ready to do the recordings and saving of specific live streams on YouTube you like.
5KPlayer records the whole iPhone/iPad screen so that everything on display can be recorded accordingly including the in-app-sound and sound round you. You can even do the recording live with your iPhone/iPad and get those saved in your computer over the air. YouTube live 4K streaming recording are also supported by 5KPlayer.
With a given link of YouTube video, you can free download the whole YouTube video clip. Then how about the YouTube live streams? How to download the live streams when you are watching it on your iPhone/iPad? First thing first, you should get started with YouTube live streaming. Refer to Get Start with YouTube LiveStreaming for a quick begin.
Step 1: Download and launch this YouTube live stream recorder –5KPlayer on your Mac/Windows PC.
Step 2: Connect your iPhone/iPad and Windows 10/8.1/8/7 PC or Mac El Capitan (with this YouTube live stream recorder - 5KPlayer installed) the same WIFI network.
For iOS 7/iOS 8/iOS 9 iPhone users, simply swipe up from the bottom of your iPhone screen to access to Control Center, click AirPlay icon, choose your Mac/Windows name; for iOS 6/6s users, they need to double-press the Home button, swipe right twice, click the AirPlay icon, select your Mac/Windows.
Step 3: Enable Mirroring, and your iPhone/iPad screen will show up on the desktop.
Note: You can record your iPhone/iPad by clicking the recording button below.
*Click the button again to stop recording and the recorded video file will be saved on your Mac El Capitan/Windows 10 PC and categorized in the playlist for a tidy video-management.
With this YouTube live streaming recorder, you can also record User Guide for any APPs, record live video chat like facetime, record your gaming process etc. You won't regret choosing 5KPlayer since this is not only a live stream recorder, but also a potent media player and streaming server that offers one-stop solution for all your media files in MKV, AVI, WMV, H.265/H.264, VP9/VP8 etc. You can stream 4K/8K videos, stream Netflix 3D movies and the like. You can also download YouTube videos directly from online. Try this out for your new year video enjoyment!
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