Action camera maker GoPro said Thursday that its premium customers will now be able to live stream their tracks, rides and swimming directly on their website.
Previously, users of the high-end GoPro Action Camera could only stream content live through third-party services such as Amazon.com’s Twitch, Alphabet’s YouTube and Facebook.
GoPro’s premium service, GoPro Plus, allows users to upload unlimited photos and videos to the cloud, and its new service allows nearly 400,000 premium subscribers to broadcast live from the platform.
The company saw a hit in its business as the Covid-19 epidemic crippled the consumer market for its cameras, with fewer people leaving their homes to travel.
GoPro posted a 54.1 percent decline in second-quarter revenue earlier this month but said it expected to benefit from higher-level product sales and increased subscription revenue.
The company said Thursday it has released a new HERO8 Black firmware for its waterproof action camera to improve video stability.
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