I recently shared a Periscope broadcast I was watching to my Twitter feed. One of the complaints I hear from people about Periscope is that they don’t like vertical video.
That’s short-sighted and it shows a lack of understanding of the medium and the platform. Vertical video is here to stay and people should stop complaining about it.
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Scopedown is an app that’s currently available for Android smartphones. It allows you to download Periscope replays using your phone. There is also a website and extension that will do the same thing.
In this video I show you how to use the Scopedown extension in Chrome to download a Periscope replay.
If you’re just getting started with Periscope chances are you’re a little uncomfortable being in front of the camera.
I want to encourage you to get out there and create your own broadcasts. Don’t just watch!
If you’ve been broadcasting but feel like your ‘scopes could be a little better I want to tell you that we all feel this way!
Here are some tips if you’re just getting started or if you’re a broadcast “veteran”.
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Periscope replays are a great tool you can use it to engage with your audience.
After the demise of Katch, Periscope added permanent replays on their platform. Before this feature was added, users had to use third-party software to watch replays older than 24 hours.
This article originally discussed the use of Katch to engage with your audience. It has been edited to reflect the updates made to Periscope.
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Here’s an edited replay of a Periscope broadcast I did last week: How to Make a Periscope Template for YouTube.
In this video I walk you through the steps I used to create a template to upload Periscope replays to YouTube.