Create an offline recording
If you want people who do not have access
to an Adobe Connect server to view a meeting recording, create an
offline version. The offline recording is saved as an FLV file,
which can be viewed in an FLV player, and distributed via e-mail,
CD, or a server.
Creating an offline recording takes approximately
the same amount of time as the duration of the original meeting
You can minimize the offline recording window
or view other windows on top of it without interfering with the
contents of your recording.
From the Adobe Connect Central home page, click
Meetings or Training, and then click the meeting or classroom that
includes the recording.
Next to the specific recording you want to use, click
If Help text appears, click Proceed with Offline Recording.
Then specify a location for the finished FLV file.
The meeting begins playing, creating the offline file.
As needed, click the Pause/Resume, Stop And Save, and
Start New controls:
The Pause/Resume button temporarily stops
creation of the offline recording. This can be useful if you must
download a large file and do not want to strain system resources.
When you click Resume, the recording continues from where it was
paused. The finished recording is one continuous file regardless of
how many times you paused and resumed recording.
The Stop and Save button ends the creation of a
recording, which is useful if you want to record portions of a meeting
as separate files. Click Start New to resume recording where you
When the recording process finishes, close the offline
recorder window. (If the window is minimized, it closes automatically.)
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