In this video We will look at Microsoft Stream. What it is, and isn't. How you can use it in your School, with a class or organisation and what the different ways are you can work with video.
For a specific tip, function, or part of the video please use the following timestamps: 0:00 Intro
0:17 Where to find Microsoft Stream
0:33 What is Microsoft Stream?
0:49 An overview of the tabs, menus and options.
0:58 Discover content on Stream
1:27 My own Content on Stream
1:40 Other options withing My content
1:55 The difference between channels and Groups in Microsoft Stream
1:59 What are Groups in Microsoft Stream? (Create, function, content)
3:30 What is a Channel in Microsoft Stream? (Create, function, content)
4:40 Upload your own Videos to Microsoft Stream
5:50 Set the Video Sharing permissions
6:50 Add your Video to your Channel
7:45 The video Watch page (Look, Options and functions)
8:00 Sharing your Video
8:20 trim your uploaded video
8:25 Replace an uploaded Video
8:30 Change the Description and details of a video
8:49 Videos Transcript (Auto and edit)
9:25 Interactivity and Engagement Tools with Microsoft Form Integration
9:45 Screen Recording with Microsoft Stream
14:00 What does a group with Content look like?
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Sometimes, video files are so large, that they won't be shared, or they will take a long time to upload. To make uploading long videos easier, you can use a free downloadable app called HandBrake. Watch this quick video that Ms. Wilson made to see the steps needed to install and use HandBrake.