About recording meetings
A host can record a meeting or training
session. When played back, the recording shows exactly what the
attendees saw and heard. Everything that happens in the room is
recorded, except for the Presenter Only area and breakout rooms.
You can start and stop recording at any time, so you decide what
content to record. A host can create a reference archive of meetings
and make the recordings available to attendees.
When you record a meeting, consider the following:
If you use VoIP and the Video pod to broadcast audio
to meeting attendees, all audio is recorded automatically.
If you use the universal voice solution, you record the audio
with the meeting. All telephone-based audio is recorded, and can
be played back with the audio conference.
If you do not use universal voice, you can use your speakerphone
and your computer microphone as recording devices. All audio input
to your computer is captured and recorded but is not broadcast to
participants. (Because audio is not directly integrated with the
meeting in this case, the quality can be lower than using a direct
If you use an integrated telephony adaptor, begin your recording
from within Adobe Connect, not from a telephone key command.
The meeting recording is assigned a URL and added to the
Recordings page associated with the meeting room in Adobe Connect
Central. To play a recording, you need an Internet connection, the
recording URL, and permission to view it.
Adobe Connect administrators can change recording settings
to adhere to standards for governance. These settings affect how
meetings and training sessions are recorded and what is recorded.
For more information, see Working with compliance and control settings