By: John RennieSource: Google News article Google has released an update to its YouTube API that will allow you to stream video from your own platform to YouTube.
Google says that the new update will make it easier to create and manage a YouTube video stream, and it’s available for desktop and mobile users.
The video streaming API update is available on the API website now, but you can check it out by going to the YouTube API Settings tab, then “Add a Stream” and then “New Stream.”
YouTube has previously released a version of the API that lets you manage and stream your content on multiple devices.
However, Google’s update will allow for video from multiple platforms to be streamed to YouTube on a single device, allowing you to use the API on multiple platforms simultaneously.
This could make it easy to stream videos on devices like Apple TV and Roku, for example, or on Amazon Fire TV.
The API’s previous version also let you manage a stream on multiple TV channels, but Google’s version allows for only one stream to be managed on a given device at a time.
The new version allows you to manage multiple streams at the same time, so you could stream from one TV channel and then manage your other channels from another device.
If you’re looking to create a video streaming stream, Google suggests you use the “New Video Stream” option on the YouTube video page.
This feature is available in the Google YouTube API on desktop, mobile, and the web.
This update does not apply to Android, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire, or the Chromecast, which is a Chromecast device.
This new API update also comes with a number of other new features.
The first is that you can now use “Search” to find and filter videos by genre.
You can also search for video content by keywords.
You could also filter video content based on a list of video titles.
Google also says that you’ll be able to create multiple YouTube videos in one account by creating multiple “Streams.”
Google says you’ll also be able add a new YouTube video from the same account.
These new features are available in both desktop and Android versions of YouTube, which means you’ll likely see these features in YouTube on Google’s platform in the coming months.