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For each video you upload, you can add meta data such as title, description, tags, credited contributors, and thumbnails.

This information tells users about your video and makes it easier to find.

Mouse over "Videos" in the header, then select "My Videos"; click the gear icon of the desired video to access its settings.

Under the "Basic" tab, enter your title, description and tags.

Use descriptive and befitting keywords and phrases here to make it easier for people to find your videos on Vimeo.

Under credits you can list other people that starred in, filmed, edited, or otherwise contributed to your video; note that you can only add people who are registered users on Vimeo.

Select an attractive thumbnail taken from a scene in your video, or upload a thumbnail from your hard drive.

Click "Save Changes" when finished.

Tag1. A label attached to someone or something for the purpose of identification or to give other information; 2. a term used for a non-hierarchical classification system for content (noun); 3. to link to a friend or group in status updates, pictures, videos or Wall posts (verb).ContributorA user that can add and edit content in a Web application or website.ThumbnailReduced-size versions of images often used by operating systems, search engines, image storage platforms and video platforms.Click1. The pressing of a mouse pointer on a link; 2. a tracked metric of users that click on a specific element.IconA small picture or image used by websites and apps to represent a function, tool, action or location.SettingsA user's specified parameters for a browser, social network, or other application; browser settings include homepage and security, whereas account settings on web applications or social networks include email notifications, various aesthetic options and privacy options.Tab1. A sub-window within a parent window; "tabbed browsing" allows users to open many different websites in the same window; 2. a navigational element of many sites including Facebook Pages which allow a visitor to switch between a site's sections while seeing all available sections grouped at the top or to the side. Keyword1. Words or phrases used by a search engine to identify and present relevant websites, or, in the case of a site's internal search engine, pages, articles or other indexed media; 2. words or phrases used to target ads to potential customers.List1. A grouping of email addresses used for email marketing purposes; 2. a user generated director of local merchants on Yelp.NoteA formattable and publishable word processing feature in Evernote that lets users quickly and easily record text and media while browsing the Web.Hard driveA computer's internal storage device that holds everything from the user's data and documents to the computer's own operating system and programs.Vimeo3426Make your Video Sound Cool