Moving a Teams Meeting recording into My Studies
A Teams meeting recording is a valuable resource; however, it is quite often locked down to specific people. We suggest moving the video from a Teams area into My Studies, where you will know for sure who has access to the video for viewing.
Downloading the video from Microsoft Stream
First, go to your favourite browser (Firefox or Chrome) and go to https://stream.microsoft.com (1) then click on Sign In (2)
Type in your University of Brighton email address (1) then click next (2).
This will take you to the University’s sign-in page enter your password (1), and click Sign In (2).
Go to the My Content tab in the menu (1) and choose Videos (2)
Find the video of the session that you wish to put into My Studies, and click on the three-dots on the far right of the column (1) Click on the bottom-most choice, Download Video (2).
Make sure the Save File option is selected, and click OK.
In the computer’s save window, make sure you name the file something specific to the session (Date/Time/Subject) as most MS Teams recordings are just called “Meeting now” which isn’t helpful. Place the file on your desktop (to find it easily) Then click Save.
Now that you’ve moved the video out of MS Stream onto your own computer, it’s time to upload it to My Studies/Panopto.
Uploading a Video to Panopto
Go into My Studies and go to the specific module that you wish the recording to be placed, and go into the Study Materials area.
Find the Content Folder, or area where the video should be placed for your students to easily find the recording.
Go to Build Content (1), and choose Item (2).
In the Add Item window, Title the item with the name of the recording (1), and click on the Add Content button (2) to go find the video.
Choose the Panopto Video option in the pop-up window.
Click on the Upload Tab at the top of the window.
You can drag and drop the video file into the area with the dotted line, or you can click on the area, and go use the traditional file-browser to find your saved video on the desktop.
Choose the video from your desktop, and click Open.
Wait for the progress bar to complete (1). This can take a while, depending on the length of the video, and your own internet connection. DO NOT click on the insert video button (2) until the progress bar is complete.
Once the video says it is processing (1) NOW you can click on the Insert Videos button (2).
The video will be embedded in the Item Contents area, click on Submit.
Once the video is embedded and the processing of the video is finished, the content will be ready for your students to view.
If you have any questions about technical matters, do feel free to contact the University of Brighton’s Service Desk, at 01273 644444 or ServiceDesk@brighton.ac.uk If you have course-related questions, contact your School Office.