At the VidCon Conference, the social media tech-giant Facebook, proclaimed three innovative big product updates for Facebook Live.
Facebook Live to Add Two-person Broadcasting and MSQRD Alliance
Now the platform will allow you execute two-person remote broadcasts. You will be able to pre-arrange your streams and develop a virtual waiting room for spectators and telecast with MSQRD’s face masks.
The first imminent update is the capacity to stream a broadcast with two people in distinct places.
Basically you can call a friend to “drop in” on your broadcast and join the discussion. Mark Zuckerberg signaled this during his Live Q&A last week.
The ability to stream with a friend will allow content makers integrate stuff like remote interviews and duets into their live videos. This will incredibly widen the creative potential provided by the platform. It will take off later this summer, starting with Verified Pages, then go live to other subscribers.
The company is also presenting waiting rooms, allowing users haunt and wait for a broadcast to start. Content creators can pre-arrange the time they are going live. This will let Facebook send users a notification before the stream initiates so they can be waiting when you go live.
Now, Facebook can get users eager and amass them before the real live-steam starts. So that broadcasters can have an adequate audience the moment they go live.
Last but not the least, Facebook is also getting the facility for MSQRD app users to go live on Facebook right from the app.
MSQRD is the video filter app just like Snapchat’s lenses product. Facebook purchased it in March. But once the update heaves, users will be competent to try various masks and effects from within MSQRD.
Allowing users broadcast live from MSQRD will bow them with amusing content that should boost users to go live frequently.