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Via privacy settings, you control who can view, embed, comment on, and download your videos, or add them to collections, like albums, channels and groups.

These are valuable controls for selectively sharing and protecting the work you upload to the Vimeo community.

By default, your videos will have the least restrictive privacy settings applied to them.

To change this for individual videos, mouse over the "Videos" tab and select "My Videos," then click the gear icon on desired video.

Click the "Privacy" tab.

Here you can decide who can watch or comment on your video, and whether it can be embedded on other sites.

And below you can let people download the video and add it to their collections, like albums, channels and groups-- all of which are valuable assets for garnering views and discussion about your work.

If you wish to adjust the privacy settings for all of your videos at once, mouse over "Me", select "My Settings," and then open the "Videos" tab.

Changes made on this page will be applied to all of your current and future videos, but you will still be able to adjust settings for individual videos.

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