Written by Kaylee Wood | Last update: September 29, 2020 | 4 Min Read
Periscope on PC will enable you to see breaking news, daily lives of somebody, sports games from NBA or NFL, etc. worldwide all in real-time. However, based on the fact that Periscope download is only available for Android, iOS and tvOS users, you may need some new ways we will introduce below to help watch Periscope on PC Windows 10. More importantly, you can broadcast your own Periscope live streams to others.
1. Periscope Download PC Windows 10
1.1. Watch Periscope on PC through 5KPlayer
1.2. Download Periscope on PC with Android or iOS Emulator
1.3. Download Periscope for PC using ARC Welder App
2.1. What is Periscope?
2.2. Can You Watch Periscope on Your Computer?
2.3. Can You Download Periscope on Computer?
5KPlayer is a multimedia player combining video music playback, AirPlay, DLNA, download and live streaming functions into one utility. Speaking of Periscope live streaming on PC, 5KPlayer helps you watch Periscope live videos as well as replay highlights on PC by directly streaming Periscope live videos .m3u8 URLs or AirPlay Periscope videos from iPhone/iPad to Windows 10 computer. Get ready, and we will show you the step-by-step guide.
1. Directly stream Periscope live videos via .m3u8 URLs.
Step 1. Find a Periscope live video .m3u8 link.
Visit Periscope official site (https://www.pscp.tv/);
Click on a live video you want to watch;
When the live video is playing, simply tap F12 on your keyboard or right-click on the video to choose Inspect;
Choose Network on the video code interface and type m3u8 in the "Filter" box;
Then, there will pop a list of .m3u8 video links for you to choose from. Actually they are the same one, so just copy one of them.
Step 2. Get live streaming player 5KPlayer.
Simply click on the "Free Download" button on this page to download 5KPlayer on your Windows 10 PC, install and launch it.
Step 3. Watch Periscope on PC with 5KPlayer
Click "Live" icon on the main UI of 5KPlayer, paste the .m3u8 URL you just copied to the "Input a URL" box, and then hit "Play" to start streaming Periscope live videos on PC desktop.
Why not just watch Periscope videos directly with the Periscope web version? Of course, you can log in to send hearts and comments to interact with the broadcasters. But, if you need a clean playback window especially when you want to screenshot or record a clip, the aforementioned way is very ideal. BTW, when you watch Periscope video on PC through this method, you can also use 5KPlayer’s DLNA function to cast the streams from PC to smart TV wirelessly and smoothly.
Q. What is Periscope?
Owned by Twitter, Periscope is an American live video streaming app for Android, iOS and tvOS that allows users to watch live streams and replays, as well as broadcast their own live streaming videos. Quite the same as the similar apps, it allows users to watch videos live, or just repeat or review the highlights. It is more like a social networking service app as the broadcasters can choose their viewers, and viewers can send hearts and comments to interact with the broadcasters in real time. Also, anyone can share anything interesting on Periscope to Twitter or other social networking platforms.
Q: Can You Watch Periscope on Your Computer?
Yes, you can. Despite the fact that Periscope for PC Windows 10 download is not supported officially, you can make use of 5KPlayer to live stream Periscope videos through Periscope .m3u8 URLs or AirPlay Periscope videos from iPhone/iPad to computer, without need to download Periscope app on your PC.
Q: Can You Download Periscope on Computer?
To download Periscope app on PC, BlueStacks or ARC Welder app is necessary. BlueStacks is an Android emulator which can turn your PC OS into an Android system instantly so as to let you run Android app on PC successfully. And ARC Welder app is a Chrome extension that allows you to add Periscope APK file on PC and then live stream Periscope videos or enable broadcastings.
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