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instead of uploading recorded videow, any plan to support live video?

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      • Anonymous commented  · 

        In my company I can see the following scenarios:
        1 - Live stream a Skype Broadcast Meeting inside Stream and provide the VOD inside a channel after the live stream ends
        2 - Live stream directly inside Microsoft Stream, for internal meetings and events, using RTSP or RTMP endpoints or directly with a webcam

      • S 4 commented  · 

        This is the one key feature that Corporate Executives ask me about most frequently. This is a much needed feature for a modern collaboration system. Facebook for business, Google hangouts/YouTube, Periscope supports this in a user friendly way - why cant Microsoft?

      • Gina commented  · 

        Adding a LIVE stream capability would be awesome for our school system.
        We'd be happy to Beta test it anytime.

      • Brandon commented  · 

        Our internal comms could definitely benefit from this feature. As mentioned in other posts, updates from the executive team to staff on company position and objectives and live Q&A sessions with company CEO would be perfect with this.

        We have O365 Stream and Yammer, it would be great if Stream was extended to include live streaming, and if Yammer could integrate with this.

      • Steve commented  · 

        By not leaving our secure environment and having one platform to contain our live and recorded video would be very helpful. Heck microsoft should just acquire livestream or wistia.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        We would love live streaming of morning announcements in K-12 education

      • wangjueliang commented  · 

        As a school, we would like to be able to live streaming classes, assembly, visitor speech/lecture and chapel service, etc. We would like to broadcast securely so students from other campus and even parents externally can watch. We are fully converted to O365 and all users are in AAD including parents. So the session can be authenticated against our identity service.

      • Zip@haivision.com commented  · 

        Haivision wants to see LIVE in Stream!!!! Full disclosure, we make great Azure compatible encoders, (among many other Enterprise streaming products). Let's keep those upvotes coming!

        Haivision is very interested to understand current / potential Stream users' encoding & use case requirements for live streaming in Stream (when/if Microsoft decides to enable live streams in Stream).

        Unless the moderators deem this subject inappropriate for this community, I'd invite this discussion to take place here, for any/all to discuss and monitor. You can also contact me directly. Thanks.

      • Travis Johnson commented  · 

        Like other commenters my use case this week is that we hosted several "all hands" meetings at a remote office that were broadcast across multiple offices using a 3rd party app. Being able to live stream an event, record it, and have it included in our video library for future streaming would be a requirement for us. Our sales and services teams are spread out across many offices and having a single location to stream live events and access content would be an advantage.

      • Don Hambridge commented  · 

        Yes, live streaming incorporated with o365video would be great for internal "State of the System" addresses, training, education events for LiveWell, Dept Briefings, LEAN Huddles, etc. Posting the live feed on Yammer a huge plus.

      • Tony Suckling commented  · 

        I would like to be able to do Live streaming on Yammer as this would be an invaluable way to be able to reach a large audience within our business operation.

      • Chad Lowman commented  · 

        I use a TriCaster to stream via YouTube but I'm looking for a more integrated and secure solution that seamlessly integrates with our O365 suite. I can configure ingress/source settings on my end, but I would like O365 Video or Azure to support the client real-time (with slight delay) reencoding and stream QoS.

      • Nate Beck commented  · 

        We would use it for live broadcasting for all hands meetings, town halls, training events, Lunch n Learns, etc. displaying video of speaker and their screen / PowerPoint presentation simultaneously.

      • Al commented  · 

        yes please provide event / meeting live streaming capability

      • Dave Duvall commented  · 

        Would love deeper integration with Skype Broadcast Meetings (understanded posting VOD version is coming) but support for "announcing" and having available the live stream would be amazing. Truly making this a video portal for all types of video.

      • T.J. Fiske commented  · 

        We use Digital Rapid encoders in our company all hands meetings. We currently feed these to Akamai to accelerate and allow global access. It would be nice to have the same web page we send out to watch the stream LIVE, would be the same URL that would be for watching the VOD after the event. They support HLS/DASH encoding and streaming.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        We would use this for town hall live feeds

      • Andy Bryant commented  · 

        I'd like to setup a live stream via Skype for Business, recording to O365 video, allied with Yammer comments, so that I can capture Q&A within the Yammer group during the event.

      • Morten commented  · 

        It would be helpfull for us to have an aption to stream internal information meetings to authticated users only. This could be users within Our organisation or identified users. One possible scenario could be to embed the player on a SharePoint site.

        A great scenario would be to embed the player on a OneNote page so that all staff could copy the OneNote page to their own OneNote and be able to take notes when watching the stream and later be able to watch the recording and have their own notes available.

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