VIDIZMO allows you to select different domain options for your Account/Portal based on your preference including directory, sub-domain, and custom domain. This domain is a part of the URL used to access your Account/Portal, navigating your media portal, media playback, etc. 

Click on How to Change Portal's URL to learn more.

Note: If you have multiple Portals in your Account, each can be configured to use any of these options separately. 


A subdomain is part of a larger domain. The only domain which is not a part of the subdomain is a root domain. For instance: and are subdomains of domain. This option allows you to select a subdomain under any of the two VIDIZMO domains: or You can use a friendly name, such as your organization or department name as a subdomain, so your Portal address would be similar to as an example. VIDIZMO automatically checks the availability of the Portal name as soon as you type it in the text field and lets you know by the green checkmark or an error message informing you about its unavailability.


This option allows you to use a subdirectory or folder structure under the primary domain: or so your Portal address would be similar to as an example. 


Custom Domain

This option allows you to use your primary domain or subdomain based on your preference, such as so your Portal's address would be similar to  or

Note: In case of opting to that option, the user will have to provide his own SSL Certificate.


Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) is the secure version of HTTP, the protocol over which data is sent between your browser and the website that you are connected to. HTTPS Only options allow you to always use HTTPS protocol which ensures a secure connection where possible to encrypt your Account information or any data exchanged between your browser and VIDIZMO. This option is supported out of the box with subdomain or directory under SaaS model and does not require any additional steps other than checking this box. For configuring HTTPS on-premise, you will require your SSL certificate for your domain or subdomain. To know how it works, check out How to Configure your Portal to Use HTTPS only.

Roles and Permissions

Managers and Administrators can configure domain names for the Portal.