Windows 10: Introducing Microsoft Stream

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  1. Brink
    Brink New Member

    Introducing Microsoft Stream


    Source: Introducing Microsoft Stream: the secure destination to manage and share videos for businesses of all sizes - The Official Microsoft Blog
     
    Brink, Jul 17, 2016
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  2. TheMany Win User

    Well, I hope to heck they've improved on some things from Office 365 video—like allowing you to put videos in subfolders, and not having them play back automatically when you open your browser, and they're ridiculously slow encoding process.

    Office 365 Video really needs to mature. Right now it is a drooling, crying baby that vomits on you whenever it has a chance. Maybe this is the answer. But I'll stick with Screencast until the geniuses at MS stop complicating things and just make it work.

    Sorry bad day.

    :)
     
    TheMany, Jul 17, 2016
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  3. Bobh1607 Win User
    Microsoft-introduced ERRORS

    Over the last few months, Microsoft have forced updates on users which have resulted in some messages being displayed.

    I reer of course to the "restart required..." and "you need to update your account..." messages.

    Microsoft have tried to fob us off with actions which WE have to take, which don't work, when what they should be doing is putting out a delivery of an update to correct these ERRORS.

    I call them errors because that is what they are.

    I speak to you as someone who has spent over 30 years in the computer industry, mostly in a support role, sending out updates and managing change.

    If I had forced out deliveries which caused MY customers a load of grief, well, I'm sure I wouldn't have completed anywhere near 30 years in the industry!

    Now, my Microsoft account is working perfectly well, thank you, and I do not need to update it.

    Similarly, I have performed a large number of restarts, and still get the message telling me that a restart is required.

    Now it is high time that Microsoft stopped abusing its dominant position, and stopped treating its customers with contempt, and sorted out these errors.

    Well, a few days now and no replies.

    But then, you can't defend the indefensible, can you?

    If MS don't wish to comment, at least incorporate a "don't show this message again" option in the two examples I referred to above - and ensure that the system acts on it!
     
    Bobh1607, Jul 17, 2016
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  4. sudude Win User

    Introducing Microsoft Stream

    sudude, Jul 17, 2016
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  5. Kari Win User
    In my opinion the biggest con in MS Video and Stream services is that you cannot share them outside your organization. Especially Stream is really nice and incredibly easy to use, being selfish it would for instance be a perfect platform for me to share my Windows videos if I only could share content to anyone with a link.

    But no, that's not happening.


    Introducing Microsoft Stream [​IMG]
     
  6. CountMike New Member
    What about that "Custom" part, can't you put an IP or something to connect to anyone else ?
     
    CountMike, Jul 20, 2016
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  7. Kari Win User
    No. Custom lets you choose users or groups within your organization. Sharing possible only to those members of your organization that have separately signed up to Stream.

    Introducing Microsoft Stream [​IMG]
     
    Kari, Apr 4, 2018
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