Install the Stream app on your mobile device – there are apps for both Android and iOS (Apple).
The first screen is the 'Discover' screen: this will show you existing videos which other people in Oxford have shared to the whole organisation. Touch the plus icon on the top right and select 'Create new video':
You will be taken to a video recording screen, similar in functionality to the one your phone came with.
Touch the magenta record button at the bottom. Here I am just seeing the notebook on my desk, as I am only interested in recording the audio. I speak into the phone 'The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog' as an example.
To stop recording, press the recording button again (it will show the pause symbol ||). Press the magenta ► button to continue.
You can select a subsection of the video to upload on the next screen, or just click 'Upload'. You can now give your recording a file name and description. It is also possible to select the language, which should be set to the language spoken in your interview.
Click 'NEXT'. Here you must not change the default setting on the 'Public within your company' option, as otherwise anyone in Oxford could access the interview!
Select the 'Video options' submenu, where you can check that 'Autogenerate captions' is enabled.
Press the back arrow at the top left, and you should see 'Completed' at the top of the screen to indicate the video has been uploaded successfully.
You will receive an email notification when your video has finished processing. This process could take a few minutes if your video is particularly long.
Press 'DONE', then go to a web browser on a laptop / desktop computer and go to the Microsoft Stream website.
You may be asked to log in using your SSO credentials if you are not already logged in to Microsoft.
Here you can see your recording has been uploaded, with the transcript visible on the right hand side. You should also see 'Limited' at the bottom next to your name, indicating that this video is not shared across the whole 'company' - in this case, the University of Oxford.