Yep. Under "Live Streaming" -> "Stream Now" (or "Events"), set it as private to start like so:
Then under "Live Streaming" -> "Events" click "Share" then enter the email addresses of those whom you want to invite (separated by commas).
Please note that the new YouTube Go live feature (introduced March 2018) only supports Public and Unlisted streams.
It differs from the usual New live event feature in that it doesn't require encoding software installed on the computer, it works purely in-browser (Chrome & Firefox as of June 2018).
Turns out YouTube is smarter than that, it actually doesn't end your stream right away, because it thinks that you may have network or software problems that would be causing your stream to stop and YouTube waits a while to give you an option to resume your stream once you've solved your problem. If you don't have any problems and decide to end the stream, ...
I didn't see any feature to share an "unlisted" stream in YouTube Studio, but you can copy the video ID from the URL and adjust it a bit, then share that URL. For example,
Go to Live Streamming or to Live Events. From those web pages Youtube creators could check what they need to start live streaming and to schedule live streaming events.
The Youtube Creator Blog announced in December 2013 that now "all" channels could do live streaming.
From Now you can live stream on YouTube
Now, all ...
Is there a way to detect if a channel is live using an unlisted video link and second, to find the ID of that unlisted video link without logging in with the owner gmail account of that channel?
No there isn't.
Here are the main differences between Public, Unlisted and Private videos on YouTube.
There is actually a workaround. Instead of using the "default" (persistent) live stream of your channel, use the "Live Control Room" to create a new stream. That will give you the possibility to uncheck the box next to "Publish to subscriptions feed and notify subscribers", which was grayed out when you used just the default persistent stream. But not sure ...
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The stream you linked doesn't appear to be a proper "multi-camera"* stream. For a proper multi camera stream, eg the SpaceX launches, there is a switch camera icon to the right of the quality gear.
Clicking the icon lets you choose freely between camera angles without affecting anyone else.
That creator you linked may have a chat bot listening that's ...
YouTube needs to authenticate the individuals watching the video and for that they use the person's Google account. So yes, if you make your stream private, you'll need to enter each address individually.
However, on that scale, you may want to use an unlisted stream instead and trust that your mailing list members won't share it. Or use a different ...