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Microsoft Stream

Harmony will be using Microsoft Stream which is an Enterprise Video service where educators in our organization can screencast, upload, view, and share videos securely. Users can share recordings of classes, meetings, presentations, training sessions, or tutorials.

What is Microsoft Stream?
How to record your screen in MS Stream
How to create a video tutorial in Ms Stream
Recording your screen for tutorials using stream, teams and PowerPoint
Recording your screen for tutorials using stream, teams and PowerPoint
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Full MS Stream Training Session for Harmony (Sign in to Microsoft required) 

All Harmony Employees have access to MS. Stream via a browser at or within MS Teams by clicking on the three dots at the left pane and selecting Stream.

  • Can I share videos with a specific person or my organization? Yes. You can share videos within Harmony. Learn more about setting permissions.

  • What is the maximum time for recording a video? 15 minutes.

  • How can I edit my video? You can edit using Screencast-O-Matic. Click here to learn more about it.

  • How to record my Screen? Follow these steps

  • How to organize groups and channels? See these examples

  • Will Microsoft Stream work on mobile devices? Microsoft Stream is available on mobile web browsers with full functionality across iOS and Android. In addition, there are Microsoft Stream iOS and Android apps you can download.

  • What languages does Microsoft Stream support? See Localize Microsoft Stream for the list of supported languages.

  • Can closed captions automatically be generated for uploaded videos? Yes. Microsoft Stream currently will automatically generate a closed caption for an uploaded video if the video has the language fieldset and the language spoken in the video is either English or Spanish. See Generate automatic captions for more information.

  • Can people outside of Harmony watch my videos? Currently, all videos and events streamed through Microsoft Stream are only available internally to viewers within our HPS network.

  • Do you want to learn more?  Click here. 

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