Therefore, IT are migrating all published video content (circa 180,000 videos) from Stream (Classic) into Stream (on SharePoint). We will be completing the migration over three phases, based on how Microsoft defines the different types of containers of recordings currently stored in Stream (Classic).
This article provides information on the first phase of the Stream (Classic) Migration of video content owned by a Microsoft 365 Group. A Microsoft 365 Group could be a Team or SharePoint site. For more information on phase two and three please refer to this guidance.
Updated 9th February - *This phase has now been completed*
From 5th February IT will begin migrating videos that have a Microsoft 365 group listed as an owner in Stream (Classic). This could be a Team or a SharePoint site.
Videos that form part of this phase will be migrated into a newly created folder named 'Stream Migrated Videos' within that Team or SharePoint site.
Your video will only be included as part of this migration phase if:
1. It has the M365 group listed under the video permissions in Stream (Classic) and ‘owner’ applied.
2. It has not been shared with a companywide channel.
Please see the example below that shows a video in Stream (Classic) that has an owner selected as a Team or SharePoint site and has not been shared with a companywide channel. Any existing links for the videos in Stream (Classic) will continue to work until April 2025. If there is a published link to a video in Stream (Classic) and the video is migrated, that old link will redirect to the video in its new location until April 2025. This also applies to videos that have been embedded in Minerva. Following this date, an owner of the respective M365 Group will need to generate a new link to the video from Stream (on SharePoint).