Scenario

You've set up your pre-recorded videos on HeySummit and want to make sure no one can share the links from Youtube, Vimeo or your video provider - making sure people have to buy a ticket to see your amazing content.

Getting started

HeySummit will limit an attendee's ability to watch a video embedded in an event page based on their ticket restrictions. However, almost all of the settings for privacy and sharing exist within your video provider and not within HeySummit.

YouTube: Until recently, you could disable the "share" button and prevent people navigating to the YouTube page hosting the video by amending the embed code. In a recent update, this option has been disabled, and there is now no way to prevent sharing embedded videos via YouTube. Please note: setting your video to Private in YouTube means none of your attendees will be able to view it. Find out more about how to set up recorded YouTube videos here.

Vimeo: If you have a Vimeo Plus, Pro, Business or Premium account, you can choose to hide this video from Vimeo.com within your Vimeo settings. This means that even with the video link, no one will be able to watch the content on Vimeo.com and instead will only be able to see it where you have embedded it.