If you’d rather not have your videos available for download, you can disable the option. Under Privacy Settings, we let our members specify whether they want to allow downloading. If you have disabled downloading, viewers won’t see the Download button on the video page.
You can disable downloads of your video by navigating to the video, selecting the Privacy option at the top right of the page, and toggling off the Allow download switch at the top of the panel. The setting will automatically save.
To disable downloads of all your videos, go to the Upload defaults tab of your account settings, uncheck the box next to Download them (under the "What can people do with your videos?" heading), and check the box next to "Also apply to existing videos," and then hit the Save button.
For added protection against downloading, we also recommend enabling one of our privacy settings, such as protecting the video with a password or restricting embedding to specific sites (a feature available exclusively to Vimeo paid members).
You'll be able to read more about our various privacy settings at Overview of video privacy settings.
Note that there is currently no way to make videos available to download from the embedded player.