In addition to creating your own videos, signing up for an account will allow you to message and interact with other users, follow streams, and more.
Once you have created your account, I recommend going to the Twitch settings, clicking on the Channel and Videos tab, and checking the "Automatically archive my broadcasts" box.
Joining us will be Wildlife Biologist Jim Siegel, and Bald Eagle Researcher Lois Johnson-Mead, from the National Conservation Training Center (NCTC).
We’ll learn about bald eagle biology, their history, and more about the nesting process.
” In order to stream your service, you will need a computer, a webcam and high-speed Internet access with two megabits-per-second (Mbps) upload speed at the minimum. For best results, a wired network connection is preferred.
You aren't required to have an account to watch or comment on streams, although you do get more features by signing up for one.
Often, people cannot make it to church because of illness, travel or weather, but that doesn’t mean they have to forgo worship.
Technological innovation has made what was once an expensive venture now close to free.
In fact, most churches already have what they need.
If you aren’t sure, we have a helpful resource that can help you answer the question,” Why stream? That amount may seem odd for people who aren't familiar with the service, but Twitch's traffic is huge.