Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Upload a video, part of Learning Microsoft Stream.
- [Instructor] Let's upload a video.…I have a public service announcement…that I'd like to upload, and it's already been sent…to me by our corporate communications department.…I can upload this almost anywhere I want,…including here on the homepage.…Notice, Upload a Video, and I want…to open KinetEco_PSA_short cut and immediately,…it begins uploading, if you look in the upper right-hand…corner, you'll see a one with a circle around it,…I'm uploading one video right now.…At the top, there's a spot for a name.…This is the filename, and I want…to change this, this is the PSA short version,…and this is the KinetEco Solar PSA, 23 seconds.…
We have a longer version that's about a minute and a half.…Below that, I can choose a language,…and while I choose whatever language…is the spoken language in this video,…if the language happens to be English…or Spanish, I can also have closed…captioning automatically generated.…Note below, the processing still says…it's at 0%, but at the top of the screen,…it says Upload Complete.…
AuthorGini von Courter
- What is Microsoft Stream?
- Navigating in Stream
- Viewing and uploading videos
- Adding timings to descriptions
- Organizing and managing content
- Creating channels and groups
- Sharing videos
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Get Started with Microsoft Stream
2. Create and View Content
3. Organize, Share, and Manage Content
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