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A secure new video streaming service has been launched to make it easier for staff and students to share video/audio via the University website and social media.
Developed by Computing Services, the service enables staff and students to upload video and audio files to Stream and view them across virtually any device – PC, Mac, tablet or smartphone.
Media can be embedded into VITAL or any web page with a simple copy and paste and can be shared via Facebook and Twitter. There’s also a function to allow viewers to comment and rate video’s.
Viewing rights can be set to public or limited to a specific department. You can also choose whether your file appears within the search feature on the website.
The secure service ensures that no copy of the media is left on the device on which it was viewed.
Videos uploaded by Undergraduate and Taught Postgraduate students can only be viewed on campus.
For more information, visit the Computing Services website.
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