Video Conference Recording Capabilities and Free Cloud-Based Storage

OmniJoin meeting hosts can easily record their web meetings to the cloud or on their local hard drive. The Record & Playback feature can be very useful for those who could not attend your meeting, for archival purposes (e.g., to document a vendor meeting), or for online training purposes for later playback on demand.

  • It's Easy -To record meeting is simple. Just click the “Meeting” tab and you will see the “Record Meeting” tool button. Click the button to see recording options such as recording size and file name.
  • Everything Gets Recorded -Web. VoIP. Video conference. With OmniJoin when you record a meeting, everything gets recorded – all VoIP audio, multi-party video, and all items being shared that are visible on the display screen*.
  • Industry Standard Recording Format -The output is an industry standard MP4 file. This format is easy to edit using a variety of editing tools and multimedia suites. Unlike other conferencing solutions, there are no manual conversion steps involved.
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Record an Online Meeting – It's Easy!

With OmniJoin, recording a meeting is easy. You can record any online meeting for future reference, training purposes, error tracking, and issue duplication with the Record & Playback feature. Everything, including VoIP audio, multi-party video, and shared items are recorded and can be stored where you choose, including in the OmniJoin cloud.

WATCH OUR VIDEO ON HOW TO RECORD AN OMNIJOIN MEETING

Record Meeting

1. Click to start recording

Select a destination folder

2. Select a destination folder for the recording file

Share

3. Share with your audience, or store for later in the OmniJoin cloud
Recording

Local Recording vs. Cloud Recording

Local recording gives the host the ability to capture the “entire desktop” and save the recorded MP4 file to the local hard drive.

Cloud recording gives the host the ability to record the OmniJoin session and save the recorded MP4 file to OmniJoin content storage. The recordings can be set for either private or public access depending on your needs. For public recordings, you can also set and change a recording password. Your storage capacity is based on your OmniJoin plan.

Local recording is a desktop capture, which is not available when selecting ‘Record to OmniJoin Cloud.’ Cloud recording uses a fixed layout with videos on the left and the active share on the right (where “active” means the item with Windows or Mac focus). This differs slightly from local recordings which allow the host to move multiple items and floating videos in free-form fashion about their desktop (and record it as such).

Note: The ‘Record to Local Computer’ option is available in OmniJoin for Windows only, it is not available for OS X.

Recording

FREE Cloud-Based Storage for Recorded Meetings

OmniJoin web conferencing Pricing Plans include at least 1GB of free cloud-based storage**. Your OmniJoin cloud recordings are automatically stored in the cloud. The meeting host has the option of downloading their recordings for local editing and off-line storage, or changing the access rights so they are publicly accessible. This makes the process of conference recording and publicly posting your media files much easier.

Cloud-Based Storage

*If telephone connections are used for audio, those will not be recorded.

**Cloud storage is not included as part of the OmniJoin Private Cloud plan.