How to Capture and Stream Live Videos on Your Android Using VtweetIT
One of the best ways you can connect with your friends via the internet is to have it streamed at ultra-light speed. This is why people are getting hooked to Twitter. However, if you prefer to put a video along with your message, the best way to do it is to use VtweetIT by MAARS.
VtweetIT is the newest video streaming app you can use on your Android. Through this app, you have the ability to capture and broadcast live videos instantly. Your uploaded videos will then be posted on the website—where you can also view other video contributions posted by app users. Upon uploading a video, viewers get to see the location where the video was shared through Google Maps. This makes the app a really useful tool for people who are covering significant live events.
Even though VtweetIT isn’t the only Android app that offers this feature, users of this particular app have reported that it provides better quality and faster streaming speed. To add, users have the option to modify video orientation, quality, and grid while there is an ongoing recording of an event.
How to Use the App:
- The first thing you need to do is log in with your VtweetIT ID. If you haven’t had the time to register, simply click on the Register button found on the welcome screen.
- As soon as you have logged in, you will be redirected to the video capturing interface of the app. This is where you can find the recording button together with various setting options for adjusting grid, video quality and orientation.
- If you wish to start recording, simply specify your chosen video title, add a few comments, and adjust the settings of the video. When you’re ready, tap on the record button located on your screen’s bottom-right portion.
Where do Your Uploaded Videos Go?
When you stream videos, they are automatically and publicly available on the official website of MAARS VtweetIT. Each video that gets streamed is then assigned its own URL on the site. If you wish to share the video, you can simply share the URL on the same page. Take note, however, that your video gets permanently stored on their website once you finish recording it.
Some downfalls of the app:
Strangely enough, the app does not have a way to automatically keep the screen active even when it is recording. When this happens, the online video being streamed displays a plain blank screen.
In order to operate VtweetIT, you will need to have Adobe Air. You can freely download these two apps from the Android Market.