Before you begin creating content in Microsoft Stream, we'd like to share some best practice advice from Dr Paul Robertson Lecturer Division of Games Technology and Mathematics in the School of Design and Informatics. In his video, Paul discusses best practice approaches for developing online content.
Paul has worked on Future Learn content for Abertay and provides us some fabulous tips regarding recording and speaking to camera and recommendations on preferred length of recordings.
Microsoft Stream Video Guides
The following video guides are designed to help you with using and working with Microsoft Stream and Microsoft Teams. Videos below include: Recording your Teams Meeting, Downloading Video from Stream, Basic Editing in Microsoft Stream, Adding Auto-generated Captions, Sharing & Embedding in MyLearningSpace.
The following video demonstrates how you can record your Microsoft Teams Meetings so the video recording can be accessed in Microsoft Stream.
Video Editing in Microsoft Stream
Microsoft Stream has a basic video editor. This video shows you how to carry out basic edits.
Adding Auto-Generated Captions in Microsoft Stream
This video demonstrates how auto-generated captions for your video can be generated in Microsoft Stream.
Downloading Your Video from Microsoft Stream
This video shows you how to download your video from Microsoft Stream.
Sharing and Embedding your Video in MyLearningSpace
This updated video demonstrates how to set permissions for sharing and embedding your Microsoft Stream videos and demonstrates how to bring your content into MyLearningSpace.
Important Please be very careful to ensure your students can view your videos by ensuring the correct permissions have been selected and applied before sharing the video to MyLearningSpace.
Making Short Recordings in Microsoft Stream
Microsoft Stream has the capability to make short video recordings of your screen and Screen and Camera together, of up to 15 Minutes. For best results use a headset microphone when recording your voice.