How To Save Periscope Broadcasts With Hearts and Comments From Android!

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This is one way I discovered to upload your Periscope broadcasts WITH comments and hearts to Youtube from an Android/Google device. This is done WITHOUT Quicktime. I use a Samsung Galaxy 5 and a Google Chromebook Notebook Laptop.

Things Mentioned in video:
App to record screen: Lollipop Screen Recorder by Rivulus Studios (free)
Make background image: Canva
To edit online: WeVideo

Start the Lollipop Recorder app and then go to Periscope. Start your broadcast. After you have finished your broadcast, stop the screen recording. Either share directly to YouTube, or upload to your favorite cloud, such as Google Drive, Dropbox, etc. From there, upload your scope to your favorite video editor (I use WeVideo). In order to NOT have black bars on either side of your broadcast when you shoot in portrait view, (if you shoot in landscape, you do not have to worry about this), create a background card in your favorite image editor (I use Canva) to have as a backdrop during your broadcast. Overlay the scope over your background within your video editor, and then upload the finished product to YouTube.

Follow me on Periscope: @mompreneur_life

To Your Success,
Leslie Shelton Walters

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Leslie Walters

I'm Leslie, a 39 year old wife, mompreneur, mommy to 3 kids + stepdaughter, and a native New Yorker transplanted to Oklahoma. I empower women to sparkle and shine! Take a look at what I do by joining my VIP Facebook group, The Glam Doll Society. See you there!

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