Are you tired of watching YouTube videos alone? With the help of Sharetube and Samuel Chat, you can now sync video streaming with your friends and enjoy the experience together! In this guide, we will walk you through the simple steps to create a room and watch YouTube videos in sync with your friends. Let's get started!
Section 1: Using Sharetube
1. Visit the Sharetube website
To begin, open your web browser and navigate to the Sharetube website. You can find the website by typing in the URL [website URL].
2. Create a unique Room
Once you're on the Sharetube homepage, you will notice a "Create Room" button. Click on it to proceed.
You will then be prompted to enter a unique name for your room. This name will help you identify your room and share it with your friends.
3. Create a unique username
After creating your room, you need to provide a username that represents you within the room. This will allow your friends to identify you during the video-watching session.
4. Enter a YouTube video URL
Now it's time to select the YouTube video you want to watch with your friends. Open YouTube in a separate tab or window and find the video you wish to watch together. Once you've found it, copy the URL from the address bar.
5. Submit the URL and watch the video
Return to the Sharetube website and locate the designated field where you can paste the YouTube video URL. Once you have pasted it, click on the "Submit" or "Watch Now" button to start playing the video.
Section 2: Adding Friends to the Stream
1. Connect via Facebook or Twitter
Sharetube offers the option to connect with friends through Facebook or Twitter. On the Sharetube interface, you will find buttons for both platforms.
If you choose to add friends through Facebook, click on the Facebook button and follow the prompts to connect your Facebook account. This will allow you to invite friends from your Facebook network to join your video-watching session.
Additionally, Sharetube provides the option to use WhatsApp or other applications by clicking on the Twitter icon. This allows you to invite friends through these platforms as well.
Section 3: Inviting Friends to Watch
1. Share via Facebook
If you prefer to invite friends through Facebook, select this option on the Sharetube interface. Follow the prompts to share a link with your friends. This link will direct them to your created room, where they can join the synchronized video-watching session.
2. Share via Twitter
Another option for inviting friends is through Twitter. Simply copy and paste the link to your created room into a new Twitter post. Your friends can then click on the link to join the video stream.
Section 4: Using Samuel Chat
1. Visit Samuel Chat website
To use Samuel Chat for synchronized video streaming, go to [website URL].
2. Click on the "Get Started" button
Once you're on the Samuel Chat website, locate the "Get Started" button and click on it to begin.
3. Connect to a partner screen
On the Samuel Chat website, you will find an auto-generated ID. Share this ID with your friend and ask for their ID in return. This unique ID will establish a connection between you and your friend.
4. Connect with your partner
Enter your partner's ID in the designated field on the Samuel Chat website. Click on "Connect" or "Join Room" to establish the connection with your friend.
5. Make a voice or video call and watch the video together
Once you and your friend are connected through Samuel Chat, you can engage in a voice or video call with each other. This feature allows you to communicate while watching the YouTube video together.
To begin watching the video, play it from your computer. Both you and your friend will experience synchronized streaming, enabling you to enjoy the video simultaneously.
Now that you know how to create a room using Sharetube and sync YouTube videos with friends using Samuel Chat, you can enhance your viewing experience by sharing laughter, comments, and reactions in real-time. Gather your friends, follow these simple steps, and get ready for a fun-filled synchronized watching session! Happy streaming!