Upload Camtasia to Vimeo Team Account

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Right now the video is uploading straight to my personal account. I want it to be uploaded to a team account.  Is there a way for us to do this?
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Mario

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Posted 4 months ago

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Joe Morgan

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Can't you log out of Vimeo, then log back in with the team account?

Regards,Joe
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Mario

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Can't.  I am not the team account owner.  I am just a contributor.
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Joe Morgan

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See if you can acquire permission to access it.

If not, the person in control of the account will have to do it.
You can produce a MP4. Give that person the video to upload.
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Our IT department controls this account and won't provide the access for security reasons.

I do have the MP4 file ad  I can upload it myself.  What I am trying to achieve is save me another step.  So what happens is:
1. Camtasia straight to Vimeo (Personal Account)
2. Download from Vimeo personal account 
3. Upload to Vimeo team account


I'd like to possibly
1. Camtasia straight to  Vimeo team account

or if not

1. Camtasia to Vimeo personal  account
2. Transfer from Vimeo personal account to Vimeo team account (without having to download).

Thanks for the help Joe.  
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Option 3.........Don't use the Vimeo output.
Produce the video locally. Don't upload it.

Produce an MP4.
Use a quality setting between 60% and 75%.
In my experience, 60% is high enough for screen captures " Camtasia Recordings"

If you are using high resolution images , MP4's, videos using a compressed format. Upping output to as high as 75% can lead to greater clarity. File sizes can double or go even higher.

You could push it as high as 100% quality. Which can produce files with bit rates the exceed Vimeo's upload recommendations by more than double. With file sizes 3 times+ larger, than ones produced at 75%.
Comparing and Discerning the difference between 75% quality and videos produced at higher settings. Requires close scrutiny.
99% of the people viewing the video, wouldn't know which one was which. 

However, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
So, experimentation may be required to determine what works best for you.

Vimeo recommends a "High" H.264 Profile.
And "4.1" for the H.264 level.


 

They also recommend 320kbps audio settings.



You can produce without the Smartplayer, it doesn't work on Vimeo.