Find help about Office 365 Video

Note: Office 365 Video will be replaced by Microsoft Stream. To learn more about the new enterprise video service that adds intelligence to video collaboration and learn about the transition plans for current Office 365 Video customers, see Migrate to Stream from Office 365 Video.

Welcome to Office 365 Video! — an intranet website portal where people in your organization can post and view videos. Office 365 Video is 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, for example.

You can find lots of good information about Office 365 Video in the following articles:

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Meet Office 365 Video

An introduction to Office 365 Video, which includes information about:

  • Uploading videos

  • Watching a video

  • Using channels

  • Sharing videos with others

  • Finding your way around

  • Managing your Office 365 Video portal

Create and manage a channel in Office 365 Video

How to manage a channel, which includes tasks such as:

Manage your Office 365 Video portal

Information for video admins, who can perform tasks such as:

This article also includes information for SharePoint Online tenant admins about how to disable or re-enable Office 365 Video.

Video formats that work in Office 365 Video

A list of the video codecs, audio codecs, and video file formats that are compatible with Office 365 Video

Add subtitles or captions to a video in Office 365 Video

Learn how to add subtitles or captions to your video to provide better accessability or a transcripts of your video in other languages.

View statistics for a video in Office 365 Video

See graphs that track the number of views, unique visitors, or even a user's interaction with your video.

Embed a video from Office 365 Video

Follow steps to embed a video from the Office 365 Video portal into your SharePoint Online site, SharePoint hybrid sign-on, or any site with Active Directory single sign-on enabled.

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