Live streaming is basically an online webinar or digital video broadcast that is stored on the hard drive of your computer or other local area network (LAN). It allows you to view or record your own computer’s screen live while it’s connected to the web so you can use it virtually anywhere in the world.

Basically, all you need to do is download the Live Streaming software and then install it on your system. In most cases, the software will also allow you to connect to an Internet streaming host which will enable you to stream your Live Streaming video to any computer with an appropriate bandwidth connection. Here are the basic steps for doing live streaming Singapore:

First of all, if you’re using Microsoft Live Meeting for either online or offline, you’ll be able to launch it, go to Live Streaming tab and select “Start”. Then, you’ll be prompted to enter a URL of a Live Streamed video. You can also select “Add Streaming” and type a URL of your choice. Once you have done that, you’re ready to start streaming!

Live streaming videos are similar to conventional webcasts in many ways but there are some key differences that you should be aware of. When you stream, you get the full benefit of seeing the person who’s speaking, not just a cut and paste presentation, as is often the case with online conferencing or live streaming videos.

Live webcasts are usually much more informative than regular videos since they’re presented as though the people in the audience are present in the same room as the speaker. There is a lot more you can do with Live streaming, but if you want to try out these advanced features, then it would be better if you record your own video so you have the option of watching it later without having to wait until the whole thing goes live.