If you would like to upload a new version of your video but keep the URL, analytics, likes, and comments associated with its video page, use the "Replace video" feature. This feature is currently not available on mobile.
Open your video from the video manager and select Advanced on the right side. On the Collaboration tab, head to the Versions section and click the Replace video button to upload a new video file while keeping the video page's URL, analytics, likes, comment, tags, and all the other information associated with the video.
During the replacement process, the original video will remain viewable while the new one is uploaded. Once the replacement video finishes uploading and begins conversion, the original video will no longer be viewable, and will soon be replaced.
Please note: Your newly replaced file needs to complete the conversion process before it is available for playback.
If you're a Pro, Business, Premium, or Enterprise member, Vimeo also keeps your video's version history for you. Each time you upload a new version of your video, the previous versions will be preserved and available to you on the video’s settings page, keeping your videos organized for easy comparison and organization.
Your video’s version history also keeps all of your notes and changes within the review page, allowing easy access for your team for collaboration in the process. (Please note that you must be the main account owner or an admin switched into the main account to be able to view the history on the review page.)
If you encounter any issues during the replacement upload process, check out this article for some tips on how to troubleshoot them. If you're still having trouble, please contact us and we'll be happy to help.
Please note: Replacing a video on Vimeo doesn't replace it on any other platforms if you've used the Publish to Social feature. You'll need to republish the new video to share it on any other platform.