If you are getting this error when you try to play a video, close your browser and reopen it.
“Sorry. The creator of this video has not given you permission to embed it on this domain. This is a Vimeo Plus feature.”
This will resolve the issue most of the time.
If the lesson videos aren’t showing up at all, the most likely cause is that you don’t have Adobe Flash player installed, or your version of Adobe Flash Player is out of date.
To resolve this problem, click here to download adobe flash player. (It may require a restart of your computer.)
After installing (or updating) Adobe Flash Player, give your computer a restart.
If you have already completed these steps, and are still having a problem viewing the videos, contact support, and we will do our best to get your problem resolved ASAP.
If you are using Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8
In Internet explorer there is an icon of a page with a tear in it that toggles between compatibility mode and regular mode. On the vimeo page where people are discussing the issue you seem to be having, someone has said that switching IE into compatibility mode might fix it. If you click on that icon, it will toggle you back and forth.
I have attached an image of where the icon is. Try closing the browser, reopen it and login. Click on a lesson page, and then click on the compatibility view button.
Finally, Check the address bar to see if you are using https:// in the address. If you are, this will break the vimeo videos. If you type in https://www.mytalentforge.com this may also fix.