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Here’s a talking commentary, introducing you to the layout and features here, starting with the camera user groups at the core. Might sound complicated at first, but once you’re set up, it’s two easy steps: tag your clip, then check the box.
As explained here, you go to the respective Camera User Group, and if you haven’t already, join it with your Vimeo account. Then, check the box for that group under Collections, on your own clip, to add it into a brief approval queue. Unlike other groups that let everything in from other cameras, I try to keep it real: so the only way into the streams (also on Facebook and Twitter) is to tag your video with the name of the camera you shot with (in shorthand). Thanks for learning about how this feature works, and if you have a moment, please read the ABOUT page to learn more about the site’s features and how to navigate through them.