Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video What you need for this course, part of Learning Microsoft Stream.
- [Instructor] If you simply want to watch this course then you have everything you need. If you want to work along with me there are a few other things you might want to have. First, you need to be using a supported browser for Microsoft Stream. I'll detail those in a moment. Next, it's also good if you have a video that includes someone speaking and if their speech is in English or Spanish, better yet because there are features of close captioning that are only available for English and Spanish at this point. If you don't have a video, take your smartphone out and capture some video that you can use, a nice 30-second video with someone talking.
And then you will need a Microsoft Stream account. If you don't already have one, don't worry, I'll show you how. Supported browsers for Microsoft Stream include Edge, if you are using Windows 10, Internet Explorer 11, works with Windows 10, Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 but you need to have a current version of Flash for Windows 7. If you're using a non-Microsoft browser, that's cool too. The latest version of Chrome works well with Windows 10 and the latest version of Android OS and macOS and Safari works with the latest version of macOS and the latest version of OS for the app and mobile devices like iPhone and iPad.
What you need then are a supported browser, a short section of video that has someone talking in it and a Microsoft Stream account. Let's continue.
- 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