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A New Tube For Your Enterprise

Office 365 Videos is an intranet website portal where people in your organization can post and view videos. It's a streaming video service for your organization that's available with SharePoint Online in Office 365. It's a great place to share videos of executive communications or recordings of classes, meetings, presentations, or training sessions.

Channels

  • Channel admins for Office 365 Video can create channels to organize videos.
  • You can have channels for particular subjects, for example, or for specific groups such as departments or teams
  • You see only the channels that you have permission to view

Uploading videos

  • To upload a video, you upload it to a specific channel.
  • You can upload multiple videos to a channel at the same time.
  • Anyone in your organization who has edit permission for a particular channel can upload videos to it

Editing information about a video

  • Providing information about a video will make it easier for other people to find it through search, and will provide additional context for it in Delve and the Office Graph.
  • You have to have owner or editor permission for the channel that the video is in

Owner and people metadata

  • Office 365 Video also shows who uploaded the video and the various people who are in the video.
  • This enhances the discoverability of the video and highlights the main speakers; it, too, enhances when and how your videos appear in other users’ Delve activity feeds pivoting off of the relevant context of who knows who

Changing a thumbnail for a video

  • After a video you've uploaded to Office 365 Video has been processed and is ready to play, you can add a custom thumbnail for the video or you can choose from one of the auto-generated thumbnails provided.

Add subtitles or captions

  • Subtitles or captions are lines of text that appear at the bottom of a video and provide a transcript of the audio portion of the video
  • You can add subtitles or captions to any video by uploading one or more subtitle or caption files



  • Office 365 Video only supports the Web Video Text Track (.vtt) file format.

Watching a video

  • You can watch videos from where they are featured on the Office 365 Video home page, and from specific channels.
  • When you select a video thumbnail, the video plays right in your browser window

Sharing videos with others


  • Embed an Office 365 video on your site. You can display the video on a SharePoint Online site or other website by adding the embed code for that video to the page where you want the video to appear.
  • Post to Yammer. You can post to Yammer about a video while you're watching it, and your post will automatically include a link to the video that you're watching.
  • Send a link to a video in an email. To get a link for a video, select the video in Office 365 Video and then copy the URL from the browser address bar.

Discover spotlighted channels and videos

  • Admin can spotlight up to three channels and four videos on the home page.
  • Person with edit permission for a channel can spotlight up to five videos on the page for that channel.

Find the most popular videos

  • See what videos are most popular for your entire organization, check the Trending section on the home page.
  • See what videos are particularly popular in a certain channel, check the Trending section on that channel page.

Find videos that you've uploaded

  • See what videos you've uploaded to a channel, select a channel, and then choose My Videos.

Search for a video

  • Search for a particular video by typing what you are searching for in the Search videos box.
  • Find videos that are in Office 365 Video by using SharePoint enterprise search.

Restore a video in the Recycle Bin

  • Deleted videos sit in the Recycle Bin for 90 days, and it is now possible to recover and restore videos from the Recycle Bin.
  • Admins can restore videos that have been deleted by a user

-Office 365: Everything You Wanted to Know - Jan 2017 -Microsoft



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