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To upload videos to Vimeo select "Upload a Video" to the right of your logged in homepage, or the "Upload" tab at the top.

Ensure that your video meets Vimeo's guidelines; you'll need to have created the video yourself, and if it's intended for commercial use, you will need a Vimeo PRO account.

Select the button below to choose a video file from your hard drive.

If you'd like, you can upload more than one video at a time, but note that with a Basic account, you'll be subject to some daily and weekly limitations on what you can upload.

Once your files are selected, click to upload them.

While your video is uploading or processing, you'll be able to add information like tags, title, and description.

Track your progress here.

When your video is up on the site, you'll receive a notification email by default.

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