Jan 13 2021 10:45 AM
Jan 13 2021 10:45 AM
I recorded a meeting in Microsoft teams and am still able to watch teh recording the chat that saved from the meeting. However, people outside of the organization are not able to play the video and the link that it created for Microsoft Stream comes back saying "video not available." Is there any other way to access the video/save locally so that it can be provided to others for viewing?
Jan 13 2021 08:22 PM
@MikeD850 MS Stream does not support sharing of video external to your organisation. You would need to download the video and share by some other method
Jan 14 2021 05:29 AM
@MikeD850 We receive this complaint often in our IT department and are looking forward to Microsoft's switch to storing videos in OneDrive and SharePoint - The new Microsoft Stream - Microsoft Stream | Microsoft Docs.
Until then, to download the video, you must be the owner of the video. If you are, look for the three-dot ellipse on a video and find the download option.
Jan 14 2021 06:32 PM
@Justin-GOV - whilst using Sharepoint/OneDrive to upload/download is definitely easier, the only drawback I see (and why I will continue to use Stream) is that with Stream I get an additional 500Gb of storage, so I don't need to dig into my precious Sharepoint storage allowance
Jan 15 2021 05:10 AM
Jan 15 2021 09:08 AM
@Justin-GOV thanks - I am the owner, but do not get the option to download (see attached pic) - seems like I am out of options.
Jan 17 2021 06:27 PM - edited Jan 17 2021 06:27 PM
@MikeD850 Doesn't look like you are in MS Stream from your screenshot? Make sure to open the video in Stream itself and then the elipses gives the download option - see my attached screenshot
Jan 17 2021 07:04 PM
Jan 17 2021 07:16 PM
@MikeD850 Oh I had assumed the original issue was just that the Streams link wasn't working for external users, didn't realise it was for you too. So even when you log directly into Stream, you cannot see it under MyContent/Videos? In which case you will need to log a ticket with MS Support