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MC513601 – (Updated) Stream live events replacement service

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*For this entry exists the more relevant or more recent entry MC700035

check before: 2023-02-23

Product:

Microsoft Viva Engage, SharePoint, Stream, Teams, Yammer

Platform:

US Instances, Web, Windows Desktop, World tenant

Status:

Launched

Change type:

Admin impact, Retirement, Updated message, User impact

Details:

Updated September 12, 2023: To ensure organizations have time to make necessary changes we are updating the timing of this change from September 15, 2023, to January 31, 2024.
This is an important message for customers who use Stream (Classic) or Yammer to create and host Stream live events. Microsoft will retire the Stream live events service on January 31, 2024. Microsoft Teams live events, with encoder support, will become your new platform to host and run live events.
For several years Microsoft has offered two venues for hosting live events -- Stream and Teams. While both services allow you to create live events, each had a slightly different set of capabilities and limitations. Our goal is to provide you with a single, simple, robust solution for hosting live events.

Teams live events with encoder support is the replacement service to Stream live events. Teams live events is now rolling out the general availability of encoder support (see Roadmap ID 84960), which will allow you to create, host and produce live events with the same functionality that you get with Stream. Teams live events will support 10,000 simultaneous event attendees and Real-Time Messaging Protocol input (RTMP-In). RTMP-in lets you create highly polished events that feature combined live streams, screen overlays, on-screen data and more.
Users will also get two other benefits from using Teams live events:
The option to allow public anonymous attendees to attend Teams encoder live events.
Transcription (RTMP transcript only) and recording are available for both public and in-tenant encoder events. With in-tenant encoder events, the organizer will have ability to edit the video recording and upload it to SharePoint so that attendees who missed the event can view it.
If you use Yammer to create and host live events you will be able to continue using Stream Live Events in Yammer until September 15, 2023. Additionally, you’ll soon be able to select Teams within Yammer to run your event.
[When this will happen:]
Teams live events with encoder support began its general availability roll out on February 1, 2023, and we expect the rollout to complete by February 15, 2023.

The Stream live events service will be retired on January 31, 2024.

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Release Phase:
General Availability

Created:
2023-02-10

updated:
2023-09-13

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DatePropertyoldnew
2023-09-13MC MessagesUpdated August 24, 2023: To ensure organizations have time to make necessary changes we are updating the timing of this change from September 15, 2023, to January 30, 2024.
This is an important message for customers who use Stream (Classic) or Yammer to create and host Stream live events. Microsoft will retire the Stream live events service on January 30, 2024. Microsoft Teams live events, with encoder support, will become your new platform to host and run live events.
For several years Microsoft has offered two venues for hosting live events -- Stream and Teams. While both services allow you to create live events, each had a slightly different set of capabilities and limitations. Our goal is to provide you with a single, simple, robust solution for hosting live events.

Teams live events with encoder support is the replacement service to Stream live events. Teams live events is now rolling out the general availability of encoder support (see Roadmap ID 84960), which will allow you to create, host and produce live events with the same functionality that you get with Stream. Teams live events will support 10,000 simultaneous event attendees and Real-Time Messaging Protocol input (RTMP-In). RTMP-in lets you create highly polished events that feature combined live streams, screen overlays, on-screen data and more.
Users will also get two other benefits from using Teams live events:
The option to allow public anonymous attendees to attend Teams encoder live events.
Transcription (RTMP transcript only) and recording are available for both public and in-tenant encoder events. With in-tenant encoder events, the organizer will have ability to edit the video recording and upload it to SharePoint so that attendees who missed the event can view it.
If you use Yammer to create and host live events you will be able to continue using Stream Live Events in Yammer until September 15, 2023. Additionally, you’ll soon be able to select Teams within Yammer to run your event.
[When this will happen:]
Teams live events with encoder support began its general availability roll out on February 1, 2023, and we expect the rollout to complete by February 15, 2023.

The Stream live events service will be retired on January 30, 2024.
Updated September 12, 2023: To ensure organizations have time to make necessary changes we are updating the timing of this change from September 15, 2023, to January 31, 2024.
This is an important message for customers who use Stream (Classic) or Yammer to create and host Stream live events. Microsoft will retire the Stream live events service on January 31, 2024. Microsoft Teams live events, with encoder support, will become your new platform to host and run live events.
For several years Microsoft has offered two venues for hosting live events -- Stream and Teams. While both services allow you to create live events, each had a slightly different set of capabilities and limitations. Our goal is to provide you with a single, simple, robust solution for hosting live events.

Teams live events with encoder support is the replacement service to Stream live events. Teams live events is now rolling out the general availability of encoder support (see Roadmap ID 84960), which will allow you to create, host and produce live events with the same functionality that you get with Stream. Teams live events will support 10,000 simultaneous event attendees and Real-Time Messaging Protocol input (RTMP-In). RTMP-in lets you create highly polished events that feature combined live streams, screen overlays, on-screen data and more.
Users will also get two other benefits from using Teams live events:
The option to allow public anonymous attendees to attend Teams encoder live events.
Transcription (RTMP transcript only) and recording are available for both public and in-tenant encoder events. With in-tenant encoder events, the organizer will have ability to edit the video recording and upload it to SharePoint so that attendees who missed the event can view it.
If you use Yammer to create and host live events you will be able to continue using Stream Live Events in Yammer until September 15, 2023. Additionally, you’ll soon be able to select Teams within Yammer to run your event.
[When this will happen:]
Teams live events with encoder support began its general availability roll out on February 1, 2023, and we expect the rollout to complete by February 15, 2023.

The Stream live events service will be retired on January 31, 2024.
2023-09-13MC How AffectWe recommend that you begin using the Teams live events to schedule and host live events.

If your organization has Stream live events scheduled beyond January 30, 2024, please reschedule those events. Any Stream live events scheduled after January 30, 2024 will be automatically removed.

For more information see the links below:

Stream live events replacement service FAQs

How to set up a Teams live event

How to produce a Teams live event

Teams live events capabilities and limitations
We recommend that you begin using the Teams live events to schedule and host live events.

If your organization has Stream live events scheduled beyond January 31, 2024, please reschedule those events. Any Stream live events scheduled after January 31, 2024 will be automatically removed.

For more information see the links below:

Stream live events replacement service FAQs

How to set up a Teams live event

How to produce a Teams live event

Teams live events capabilities and limitations
2023-09-13MC Last Updated08/24/2023 20:13:162023-09-12T21:31:46Z
2023-08-25MC MessageTagNamesUser impact, Admin impact, RetirementUpdated message, User impact, Admin impact, Retirement
2023-08-25MC Last Updated02/09/2023 22:21:052023-08-24T20:13:16Z
2023-08-25MC MessagesThis is an important message for customers who use Stream (Classic) or Yammer to create and host Stream live events. Microsoft will retire the Stream live events service on September 15, 2023. Microsoft Teams live events, with encoder support, will become your new platform to host and run live events.
For several years Microsoft has offered two venues for hosting live events -- Stream and Teams. While both services allow you to create live events, each had a slightly different set of capabilities and limitations. Our goal is to provide you with a single, simple, robust solution for hosting live events.

Teams live events with encoder support is the replacement service to Stream live events. Teams live events is now rolling out the general availability of encoder support (see Roadmap ID 84960), which will allow you to create, host and produce live events with the same functionality that you get with Stream. Teams live events will support 10,000 simultaneous event attendees and Real-Time Messaging Protocol input (RTMP-In). RTMP-in lets you create highly polished events that feature combined live streams, screen overlays, on-screen data and more.
Users will also get two other benefits from using Teams live events:
The option to allow public anonymous attendees to attend Teams encoder live events.
Enhanced playback of recorded events with the option to add closed captions, transcripts, chapters, and comments.
If you use Yammer to create and host live events you will be able to continue using Stream Live Events in Yammer until September 15, 2023. Additionally, you’ll soon be able to select Teams within Yammer to run your event.
[When this will happen:]
Teams live events with encoder support began its general availability roll out on February 1, 2023, and we expect the rollout to complete by February 15, 2023.

The Stream live events service will be retired on September 15, 2023.
Updated August 24, 2023: To ensure organizations have time to make necessary changes we are updating the timing of this change from September 15, 2023, to January 30, 2024.
This is an important message for customers who use Stream (Classic) or Yammer to create and host Stream live events. Microsoft will retire the Stream live events service on January 30, 2024. Microsoft Teams live events, with encoder support, will become your new platform to host and run live events.
For several years Microsoft has offered two venues for hosting live events -- Stream and Teams. While both services allow you to create live events, each had a slightly different set of capabilities and limitations. Our goal is to provide you with a single, simple, robust solution for hosting live events.

Teams live events with encoder support is the replacement service to Stream live events. Teams live events is now rolling out the general availability of encoder support (see Roadmap ID 84960), which will allow you to create, host and produce live events with the same functionality that you get with Stream. Teams live events will support 10,000 simultaneous event attendees and Real-Time Messaging Protocol input (RTMP-In). RTMP-in lets you create highly polished events that feature combined live streams, screen overlays, on-screen data and more.
Users will also get two other benefits from using Teams live events:
The option to allow public anonymous attendees to attend Teams encoder live events.
Transcription (RTMP transcript only) and recording are available for both public and in-tenant encoder events. With in-tenant encoder events, the organizer will have ability to edit the video recording and upload it to SharePoint so that attendees who missed the event can view it.
If you use Yammer to create and host live events you will be able to continue using Stream Live Events in Yammer until September 15, 2023. Additionally, you’ll soon be able to select Teams within Yammer to run your event.
[When this will happen:]
Teams live events with encoder support began its general availability roll out on February 1, 2023, and we expect the rollout to complete by February 15, 2023.

The Stream live events service will be retired on January 30, 2024.
2023-08-25MC How AffectWe recommend that you begin using the Teams live events to schedule and host live events.

If your organization has Stream live events scheduled beyond September 15, 2023, please reschedule those events. Any Stream live events scheduled after September 15, 2023 will be automatically removed.

For more information see the links below:

Stream live events replacement service FAQs

How to set up a Teams live event

How to produce a Teams live event

Teams live events capabilities and limitations
We recommend that you begin using the Teams live events to schedule and host live events.

If your organization has Stream live events scheduled beyond January 30, 2024, please reschedule those events. Any Stream live events scheduled after January 30, 2024 will be automatically removed.

For more information see the links below:

Stream live events replacement service FAQs

How to set up a Teams live event

How to produce a Teams live event

Teams live events capabilities and limitations
2023-08-25MC TitleStream live events replacement service(Updated) Stream live events replacement service
2023-08-25MC End Time10/20/2023 09:00:002024-03-04T08:00:00Z
2023-07-15MC preparehttps://aka.ms/StreamLiveEventsRetirement
https://learn.microsoft.com/microsoftteams/teams-live-events/plan-for-teams-live-events
https://support.microsoft.com/office/produce-a-teams-live-event-using-teams-encoder-b0026c9d-fd37-4bb3-bffc-6961f221fbe9
https://support.microsoft.com/office/schedule-a-teams-live-event-7a9ce97c-e1cd-470f-acaf-e6dfc179a0e2
https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?rtc=1%26filters=&searchterms=84960
eams live events capabilities and limitations
https://aka.ms/StreamLiveEventsRetirement
https://learn.microsoft.com/microsoftteams/teams-live-events/plan-for-teams-live-events
https://support.microsoft.com/office/produce-a-teams-live-event-using-teams-encoder-b0026c9d-fd37-4bb3-bffc-6961f221fbe9
https://support.microsoft.com/office/schedule-a-teams-live-event-7a9ce97c-e1cd-470f-acaf-e6dfc179a0e2
https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?rtc=1%26filters=&searchterms=84960
2023-07-15MC How AffectWe recommend that you begin using the Teams live events to schedule and host live events.

If your organization has Stream live events scheduled beyond September 15, 2023, please reschedule those events. Any Stream live events scheduled after September 15, 2023 will be automatically removed.

For more information see the links below:

Stream live events replacement service FAQs

How to set up a Teams live event

How to produce a Teams live event

Teams live events capabilities and limitations-;

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