Microsoft Stream

What Is It?

Microsoft Stream is an Enterprise Video service where people in your organization can upload, view, and share videos securely. You can share recordings of classes, meetings, presentations, training sessions, or other videos that aid your team's collaboration.

Note: On this page and in OIT documentation, we will refer to the two Stream products as Stream (Classic) and Stream (on SharePoint). This is consistent with Microsoft’s documentation on the new product. To read more about the difference, visit Microsoft’s page on the subject. Documentation is being updated to reflect this throughout 2021 and 2022.

Who Is Eligible to Use It?

Students, Faculty, Staff, Guests

Where Can I Get It?

You can get access to Stream (Classic) at https://web.microsoftstream.com/ and Stream (on SharePoint) at https://utd.link/StreamSP

How Much Does It Cost?

There is no cost for this service at this time.

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Microsoft has announced a new vision for Microsoft Stream that empowers users to create, share, discover, and manage video just as they would any other file in Office 365. This new vision comes with a few changes that, in the end, will improve the overall user experience when it comes to video.
This Article Contains Information on How Users Can Download and Delete Videos on Stream Classic. Microsoft Stream (Classic) Is an Enterprise Video Service for Microsoft 365. Stream Classic Is Now Being Replaced by a New Solution, Stream (On Sharepoint). Stream (On Sharepoint) Is an Intelligent Enterprise Video Experience That Is a Part of Microsoft 365.
This article provides instructions to upload a video in the Microsoft Stream (on SharePoint).
The new Stream start page makes it easy to visualize the key element and features that you would need from the application. This article has details for each section of the start page as well as instructions on how to switch to the classic stream view if needed!
This article contains information on Microsoft Stream (On SharePoint) and instructions on recording a video using Stream (On SharePoint).
This article contains information and instructions for sharing a video in Classic Stream. If a person or a group who was not part of the meeting needs to view the recording in Stream, the permissions will first have to be changed by a video owner. You can always share the link to the video, but if the permissions are not set for the people with the link, they will still not have access to it.
This article contains information on Transcriptions in Stream (on SharePoint) and instructions on how users can view/manage captions and transcripts of a video.

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