If you've ever looked at how to get started with live streaming from the iPad with Photoshop or Fresco, it could sound really daunting, but it's gotten easier. Learn how you could be live streaming your work in next to no time.
- [Tony] Hi there, and welcome to "Design Tools Weekly," … with me, Tony Harmer. … Have you ever thought about livestreaming your work … when you're drawing or creating on a template? … Now, a simple web search or two may well yield results … that tell you things like needing a broadcast client, … or needing even a capture card, and those kinds of things, … but it doesn't actually have to be that complicated. … In Photoshop on the iPad and right here in Fresco, … it's something you can do directly from the app via Behance. … Now, if I was going ahead and working … on this character development here, … and I wanted to share that with people as I worked, … which is a great way to build a following, … I could do that by simply going to the Share arrow … at the top right of the screen, … and you'll see down at the bottom, … it has Livestream, Start Streaming. … Now, if you select that, when you do it the first time, … you'll get a small dialog telling you … what actually happens there, … and then you're taken through to this, …
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