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Vimeo is a video-sharing website where users can upload, view and share videos.
Cost: Free and Premium versions
Rankings in the previous surveys:
|2021: 39||2020: 34||2019: 53||2018: 53||2017: 52||2016: 75||2015: 71||2014: 80|
|2013: 89||2012: 78||2011: 49||2010: 70||2009: –||2008: –||2007: –|
Comments on Vimeo in 2022
“We prefer Vimeo for storage and streaming instead of the disturbing YouTube add channel” Andre, teacher, Netherlands
“Great high quality video with integration to almost any needed program, platform, or tool.”
“used by my org – useful editing tools” David Hayden, Learning Content Manager, UK
“We use vimeo to host our hundreds of videos tutorials. It is easily to integrate in most learning plattforms for streaming. It has a very good performance and is easier to use than YouTube.” Jessica, e-learning project manager, Germany
Previous comments on Vimeo
“Videolearning becomes more important as we want to train machine operators that do not really like e-learning ;-)” Academy Manager, Netherlands, 2021
“as an internal video tool” Wouter Maagdenberg, Netherlands, 2021
“We use vimeo as our streaming solution for instructional videos” Practical Trainer, Netherlands, 2021
“I use videos as teaching aids” Anna, University Professor, Poland, 2020
“Great for hosting video. Simple yet solid.” Dawn Sillett, Learning & Development consultant and trainer, UK, 2020
“The no ads version of Youtube 😉 Most instructional videos on YouTube can also be found on Vimeo” Lecturer, Netherlands, 2020
“Easy upload and streaming of instructional videos” eLearning Director, 2020
Quick Guide to Vimeo
Here you will find some basic guidance and links to resources on how to use Vimeo for teaching, training, learning and development.
For individuals: Vimeo is the place to watch thousands of great tutorials, and how-to videos – without the ads that you find on YouTube.
You can browse all the videos on Vimeo that have a Creative Commons license applied to them. Creative Commons licenses enable members to grant copyright permissions on their videos so others can copy, distribute, edit, remix, and build upon them while giving credit to the original video’s creator.
In education and the workplace Vimeo is used to host and share videos. Here are some guides to doing this.
- A guide to preparing and uploading video to Vimeo, Lifewire, 1 July 2019
- 5 reasons to host videos on Vimeo instead of YouTube, MakeUseOf, 7 March 2017
You can easily create a Vimeo Channel to showcase and watch videos. You can create Channels around common themes and easily share what you love with others.
- What Is Vimeo? An Intro to the Video Sharing Platform, Lifewire, 17 December 2019
- Vimeo Video School
Last updated: August 27, 2022 at 16:31 pm