How to edit your Veo recordings settings

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This article shows you how to edit your Veo recordings’ information.

 


 

Members with Admin or Editor rights will be able to edit recordings. There are different actions you can take while editing a match:

  • Edit the title, date, and location.
  • Add the final score.
  • Choose the match type.
  • Select Clubs and teams.
  • Set the privacy of your recording.

Here’s how to do it

First, find the video you wish to edit.

  1. Navigate to app.veo.co and choose the recording.
  2. Click on the three dots next to the recording title and choose Edit.

     

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From here, you will be taken to the Edit details page and can do the following:

Edit the title, date, and location.

You can change the title of the match anytime. This is especially handy if the connection was lost while saving, and your recording was saved with a timestamp as the title.

 

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Add the final score.

Did you win? Or did your opponents take victory this time?

Add the match score here.

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Choose the match type.

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From the match type selector you can choose:

  • League.
  • Cup.
  • Tournament.
  • Friendly.
  • Training.
  • Test recording.
  • Showcase.

 


Select Clubs and teams.

You can include yours and the opponent team's information.

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Set the privacy of your recording.

You can change the recording’s privacy. The recording can be either Public or Private.

 

Public: Everyone with a link to your recording will be able to watch it.

Private: Only club and team admins and members of your team will be able to watch this recording.

 

Keep in mind that changing the privacy to private will also change the privacy of all shared copies. Private recordings can't be shared.

 

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Delete recording

If you are a coach or have admin rights, you can delete the recording. Simply click on the three dots next to the video title and choose Delete.

 

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