A YouTube Live stream from a physician can provide an in-depth view of the birth.
You can see the birth, listen to the baby’s heartbeat and see the placenta during the first trimester.
The baby’s father can watch from home.
But the YouTube Live broadcast will only show you the birth and not the full experience.
A YouTube stream is only available to you if you’re in a room with the person you’re watching from.
If you don’t have a room, you can’t stream a live video.
A doctor’s video is a different story.
It’s usually the most detailed and intimate of all the birth videos.
Your baby’s birth is typically recorded on a small camera.
But a video of your baby’s first steps can be an incredibly important piece of your son or daughter’s story.
When your baby is born, the doctor’s team will take your baby to the hospital, give birth and then give you the baby back.
You might also receive a copy of the hospital birth certificate or a copy from the hospital that shows who gave birth to your baby.
YouTube Live is available in about a dozen countries.
Here are the major countries where you can stream your baby: United States: US states with live video streaming are California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin.
Canada: Canadian provinces have live video streams available.
These include Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan and Yukon.
Australia: There are live video services in many parts of the world.
Some of the more popular services are: United Kingdom: Live streaming services in the United Kingdom are offered by BBC, Channel 4, Channel 5, Channel 6, Sky, ITV, Channel 10 and Virgin Media.
New Zealand: There is a live stream service, and some other streaming services also offer live video in New Zealand.
South Africa: Live video services are available in South Africa, South Africa and Zimbabwe.
Australia and New Zealand have limited availability for video from Australia, while South Africa has limited availability in New England.
New York City: Live services are offered in New York by Channel 4 and Channel 5.
New Jersey: There’s a live streaming service called Vivid New York.
South Carolina: Live service is offered by the South Carolina Department of Health.
Alaska: There aren’t live video feeds available in Alaska, but the state’s Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection has access to a number of cameras in the state.
New Hampshire: There has been a small number of live video options available in New Hampshire, but they don’t cover all of the state, according to a press release from the New Hampshire Division of Emergency Management.
Alaska, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa and Kansas offer live streaming services.
Hawaii: There isn’t a live service in Hawaii, but there are live streaming options available from the Hawaii Department of Transportation.
Maryland: There have been some live streaming and video options in Maryland, but it’s not yet clear whether live streaming is available there.
New Mexico: There hasn’t been a live streamed video service in New Mexico since 2009.
Nevada: Live streams are available for Nevada’s state parks and wildlife area.
New Orleans: There haven’t been any live streams in Louisiana since 2011.
Oklahoma: Live stream is available for Oklahoma’s state park area.
South Dakota: Live videos are available from South Dakota’s Department in the State Capitol.
Virginia: There may be a live streams service in Virginia, but live video is not available there yet.
New Brunswick: Live livestreams are available at the New Brunswick Statehouse and on Facebook Live.
West Virginia: Live streamed video is available at WV State Park in Newport News, Va.
North Dakota: There were no live streams available in North Dakota in 2017.
Oregon: There weren’t any live streamed videos available in Oregon in 2017, but OregonLiveTV is offering live video coverage in a variety of areas.
Wisconsin: There wasn’t a streaming service in Wisconsin in 2017 but a live-streaming service was available for the state in 2018.
California: Live Streams are provided by Google and other video providers, but not live video, according a press announcement.
There are also live streaming sites for the California Department of Public Health and the state parks.
Hawaii has limited live streaming video available for a number other reasons.
The state doesn’t have any live streaming coverage.