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stream migration

Stream Classic will be sunsetting on May 15, 2024. We are excited to share that your Stream videos have been migrated to OneDrive or to new SharePoint Sites. Here’s what you need to know:

Video destinations depend on how the videos were uploaded to Stream Classic.

The table below outlines the video types and their destinations.

Original Stream Classic VideosMigrated Stream Video LocationVideos Uploaded to an Office 365 Group (Team) or Stream GroupNew SharePoint Site named after the GroupVideos Uploaded to a Company Wide ChannelNew SharePoint Site named Stream Company WideVideos uploaded outside of groups or channelsYour OneDrive in a folder called Stream …

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stream

Microsoft Stream is a video-sharing platform that lets you create, watch, and share videos with your students and colleagues. In addition to housing your Teams Meeting recordings, Stream can be used to create presentations of digital content through screen recording. This is great for creating explainer videos for your audience to watch on-demand. Staff can also upload videos from your device or other sources for the purpose of housing them online and sharing with others.

We are excited to share some of the new, amazing features now available in Microsoft Stream. These include enhanced screen recording tools, improved camera recording …

Read more Microsoft Steam Video Updates

stream 2.0

Microsoft Stream is the YouTube of our organization. We can upload videos onto Stream and share them with colleagues, students, or the whole organization. We also appreciate the ability to create screen recordings right on the Stream website. It’s been a great ride and it will continue, but we wanted to let you know that the interface is changing due to the migration of the Stream videos over to SharePoint. With this move, you will notice that the process of sharing your videos is exactly the same as sharing a Word, Excel or PowerPoint file.

You may not be seeing …

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Stream Playlist

Video playlists are great for organizing lists of videos. This greatly helps your audience, such as students, to watch your list of related videos in a pre-defined order. Microsoft Stream provides the ability to create “Channels” that can how your list of videos. You can then share a single link to your channel (playlist of videos). In addition, you can now embed your channel into any Microsoft Team. The video below created by our own EdTech Evangelist, provides a detailed look at how to create a channel, add your videos, and embed your channel into a Microsoft Team.

Read more Video Playlists in Microsoft Stream

screen record snip

Screen Recording is great for making video tutorials and instructional videos for colleagues or students. Microsoft Stream is an app within Office 365 that is similar to YouTube. It provides a platform to upload and share videos to users in the organization or share to specific users privately. It can also be used to create screen recordings and stores Microsoft Teams meeting recordings. This app should only be used to share video within our organization – the videos cannot be shared publicly.

The video below goes into detail on how to create a screen recording with the Microsoft Stream app on …

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