Currently, TickTalk is the benchmark for the short video sharing platform. TikTok offices can be found almost anywhere in the world, including Los Angeles, New York, London, Paris, Berlin, Dubai, Singapore, Jakarta, Seoul and Tokyo.
According to Isaac Bess, Global Head of TickTalk Distribution Partnerships, the social network is currently working on seamless integration solutions that provide seamless integration solutions that extend the functionality available to developers, to further expose creators and social platforms to other platforms and users.
TikTalk tests TikTalk Live Studio’s latest desktop streaming software
If the software passes the test, it could mean more than an interesting change in TikTok’s live streaming strategy. TikTalk Live Studio can effectively compete with Twitch, YouTube Gaming and Facebook Gaming as the software expands its functionality of streaming users directly from mobile devices to include game streaming.
To enable TikTokers to stream live footage from games or other desktop software, TikTok is testing the new desktop streaming software, TikTok Live Studio, with some users in some Western markets. Jack Bussey is one of them and he shared screenshots from TickTalk Live Studio on Twitter. According to him, the software is still incomplete. He said the software supports streaming in landscape and portrait mode.
TikTalk Live Studio can take TikTalk to even higher levels
At the moment, it is not known whether the TicTac Live Studio test is available to most users. However if it becomes available, it will bring more diversity to the live content catalog of the desktop streaming platform.
Previously, to stream TikTok from a desktop device, we used some software, such as Streamlabs, but one help page stated that it was difficult to access and maintain by invitation only. There are also tutorials on using Loola.tv as an alternative to connecting TikTok to streaming programs such as OBS. But, it is also not satisfactory. It remains to be seen when TikTok will make TikTok Live Studio available to all of its customers. Hope this happens as soon as possible.
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