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Set up and watch VEVO music videos

About VEVO

With over 45,000 videos by 11,000 artists, VEVO is the world’s leading all-premium music video and entertainment platform. Stream live concerts, watch exclusive programming and queue up all your favourite videos.

To watch VEVO on your console, you need:

  • To be signed in to an Xbox Live Account
  • At least 75 megabytes (MB) of available storage space

Set up the VEVO app

  1. From Xbox Home, go to Apps, and then select Browse Apps.
  2. Browse or search for VEVO.
  3. Select VEVO to download the app. Once downloaded, the VEVO app automatically starts.

To start VEVO later, go to Video, My Video Apps, and then select VEVO.

Using Family Settings to control access to content

If you use Family Settings to control which films and TV shows can be watched through Xbox Live on your console, the VEVO app will follow those settings. For example, if you prohibit shows with certain ratings from being watched on your console, such content will appear in the VEVO app with a locked icon. To play a locked item, an adult must enter the Family Settings pass code.

For more information about how to restrict access to Xbox Live content using Family Settings, see Xbox 360 console parental controls.

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