- Channel meeting recordings will be stored in a folder labelled "Recordings" in the Team's document library
- Non-channel meeting recordings will be stored in a "Recordings" folder in OneDrive of the person who started the recording
- Channel meetings - permissions will be inherited from the owners and members of the channel.
- Non-channel meetings - all meeting invitees, except for external users, will automatically get a shared link to access the meeting recording. External users will need to be explicitly added to the shared list by the meeting organiser or the person who started the recording.
All videos that are currently stored in Stream (Classic) will remain as is for now. In the future (date to be confirmed) there will be a migration of the videos on Stream (Classic) to OneDrive and SharePoint.
You upload video files in the same way you upload any other file and they will be stored within the SharePoint files platform. Videos are then played, enhanced, and edited by the newest version of the Stream web app. And in a similar manner to other Office file types, Stream videos can be shared like any other file.
Use case description: I have scheduled a Teams meeting via calendar invite, I have recorded the meeting and I now wish to stop sharing, share further or amend existing permissions.
Once the meeting is over, the recording of this meeting will be stored in a "Recordings" folder in OneDrive of the person who started the recording. If you started the meeting recording, to locate the video:
- Go to portal.office.com and sign in with your MU credentials
- Select OneDrive from the list of available apps
- Scroll to a folder called 'Recordings' and locate the meeting recording based on the title of the meeting
Those who were invited to the meeting, except for external users, will automatically get a shared link to access the meeting recording. External users will need to be explicitly added to the shared list by the meeting organiser or the person who started the recording. To give an external user access or to amend other permissions:
- Select the ellipsis (three dots) beside the relevant meeting recording
- Select 'Manage access'
- A 'Manage access' panel will open on the right hand side of your browser window. If you wish to remove all access to this meeting recording, select 'Stop sharing'.
- Select 'Stop sharing' once again on the dialog box that appears to confirm your choice. As stated, this will delete all links that currently provide access to this recording.
- If you wish to remove one or more individuals from accessing the recording, select the required (either 'can edit' or 'view only') drop-down menu, as indicated in the image below and select the 'X' next to the person/s to which you wish to remove access.
- Finally, if you wish to provide an external user or other internal user with access to the recording, select the ellipsis once again, select 'Share' from the menu and provide details to share the meeting recording as required and in a similar manner to any OneDrive file.
Browse to stream.office.com and sign-in with your MU credentials; all recordings and other video content that you have uploaded or to which you have been provided access will be listed.