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  • , 02-22-2017

    This is simliar to the previous naming survey we posted a few weeks back, but we changed a few things to see how that would change the names you come up with. If you (and users from your organizations) could take the survey again it would be much appeciat

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    , 02-22-2017

    I liked this survey better :P

  • , 02-24-2017



    We have indicated some video/channel owners in our organization.

    Do we have to change our processes in our organization when we have to move to Stream because we have seen in the Stream Preview that everybody who is joined can create their own channels

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    , 02-26-2017

    I think he is asking about management features in Stream that seems not to be present Today as happened initially with an inidividual is true you can upload videos, create channels, etc...but it seems there is a lack of Stream Administration Portal (or at least I'm not aware of this Portal) as the Office 365 Video Portal where at least you can decide who can manage and create channels cc @Marc Mroz

  • , 02-22-2017

    When a channel name is updated, it sticks within the channel itself, but the channel listing page still shows the old channel name days after the change was made.  Is anyone else having this issue?



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    , 02-22-2017

    Its working here, you might raise support ticket or @Marc Mroz may help you.

  • This is what a customer asked me Today...I said "no" but I would like a confirmation :-) @Marc Mroz

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    Yeap, I know...what are your plans in regards of this requirement but in Microsoft Stream
  • , 02-16-2017



    At our company we are using the Kollective ECDN for video streaming.

    We see some added value to use O365 Video as front-end because of all integrations with our Office 365 Enterprise E3 license.


    Is this already in place ? On the roadmap ?

    Could you give

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    , 02-22-2017

    We have it on our roadmap to support Kollective eCDN caching in O365 Video (and Stream). However we aren't actively working on this project right now due to other projects.


    We've been waiting for comitted customers that want to use O365 Video + Kollective eCDN to build the case for us to move this project up in priority.


    Here is how it will work (as we've already done similiar work to support Hive + O365 Video):

    - A customer would purchase Kollective eCDN from Kollective directly.

    - There would be a powershell cmdlet to enable Kollective for O365 Video for a specfic tenant.

    - O365 VIdeo would validate the customer against Kollective's APIs

    - After enabled, when a video is played, O365 Video would make sure that Kollective had a record of that video on their side.

    - Once a video is registered with Kollective upon playback we'd load the Kollective plugin for our player, and intialize the plugin with all the info we have about the video that Kollective needs.

    - Then Kollective's plugin negoiates the P2P caching and determines what parts of the video it can pick up over the P2P network and what parts of the video it needs to download directly from our streaming endpoints.


    So we still utilize all the adaptive bitrate streams. As peple watch the video they cache the bitrates they are watching, those chunks are then eligible for caching through Kollective's P2P client.


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