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There are a couple of ways to embed your YouTube live streams into your Joomla site. In this video we'll look at least 2 different ways to do so - and maybe more as we get sharing in chat.


 - The video is about embedding YouTube live streams in a Joomla site.
- The speaker, Tim Davis, mentions two methods for embedding live streams: a one-time setup and a "set it and forget it" method.
- He encourages viewers to subscribe to his channel for updates.
- Tim discusses the importance of driving traffic to YouTube for the first 48 hours after a video is uploaded to build a channel's following.
- He demonstrates the process of embedding a single live stream using the YouTube embed code.
- Tim also shows how to embed a playlist of live streams using the playlist's ID from the YouTube Studio.
- He explains that the "set it and forget it" method allows live streams to automatically update on a Joomla page without manual changes.
- Tim provides a step-by-step guide on how to set up a page for the latest live stream using an iframe code.
- He discusses how this method makes it easier for viewers to access the latest live stream and subsequent videos.
- Tim also mentions the possibility of mixing live streams with pre-recorded videos in a playlist and how the first video in the playlist will be displayed on the Joomla page.

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Tim Davis is the founder and owner of Cybersalt.
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