Commit e127a533 authored by Sarah Daily's avatar Sarah Daily
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Vimeo: going live pt 2

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#### Create a live event
**Step 1**
##### Step 1
1. Select `Live Events` in the left sidebar menu.
1. Click `Create live event` under the list of events in the table. You can also click the `New video` button in the top-left corner and select `Create live event`.
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1. Choose the privacy for this event. The available options are: `Public`, `Only me`, `Password`, `People I follow`, `Private link`, or `Hide from Vimeo`. See detailed explanations of these options in the [privacy settings overview](#privacy-settings-overview).
1. Click `Next`.
**Step 2**
##### Step 2
1. On the next page, choose settings for your live event. Under the `Event` tab in the left-hand sidebar, toggle the `Chat` functionality on or off (appears only on Vimeo where you choose to embed). [See more info on enabling, disabling, and moderating chat](
1. In `Viewing privacy` you can select different privacy options for your live event.
1. Enter a description for your live event under the `Description` field.
1. Under the video preview, you can choose a thumbnail for your video cover and edit the start time of the event.
1. Under the `Embed` tab, select the options you would like to toggle on or off before generating your embed code. First, select the preferred embed privacy. You can choose `Anywhere`, `Nowhere`, or `Specific domains`. [See live event privacy settings](#live-event-privacy-settings).
1. Under `Video Controls` toggle on/off the options for your live event.
1. Under `Video Controls` toggle on/off the options for your live event. [See more about customizing the embedded player and adding embed presets](
1. Choose your preferred interaction tool and its respective settings (optional). See [interaction tools](#interaction-tools) for more detail.
1. Under the `Destinations` tab, select where you will be streaming your live event. Available destinations to stream: Vimeo. [More destinations coming soon]( Click `Next`.
1. Vimeo will ask permission to use your device's microphone and camera. After acceptance, a low-res preview will be made available to test audio/video input/output. Notice a new sidebar menu available to manage the stream including: Destinations, [Chat](, [Polls](, [Q&A](, [Graphics](, and [Stream Health]( One or more of these features may not be enabled based on the set up of your live event.
1. Once you've configured all your live stream settings and have successfully completed a dry-run, click the `Go Live` button in the top-right corner.
### Chat
Chat is disabled by default. You can enable it in [step 2 of creating a live event](#step-2). As the event owner, you have the ability to moderate chat including comment deletion and banning capabilities.
### Destinations
Vimeo supports [simulcasting]( which allows for simultaneous streaming on Facebook Live, YouTube, LinkedIn, and any custom RTMP destination.
[Coming soon.](
### Interaction tools
[Interaction tools]( allow you to engage with your audience at meaningful points within the video, and give them the opportunity to connect to additional external sites or resources.
1. `Email capture` can appear before, during, or after a video, with the option to withhold your video behind the email capture field, or let viewers skip it.
1. `Cards` are a customizable, notification-style layer that Business members can set to appear during playback and remain on the screen for six seconds.
1. `End screens` let you determine exactly what appears when videos finish playing.
### Privacy settings overview
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