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How long can I "Pause" a meeting during recording?

Community Beginner ,
Apr 15, 2013 Apr 15, 2013

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Hello All,

I am running ACP9...I know that in version 9 Adobe enchanced the meeting recording feature by introducing the ability to pause.

Swetank (from Adobe Support) made this video: https://my.adobeconnect.com/p7g052544vl/

In it he shows how the feature works...and he he says that the host could pause for 'even an hour' - which would be fantastic, this means that I could split a recording over lunch for instance, and still have one recording (and one URL).

Does anyone know if the pause times out at any point?

Thanks.

Please Advise

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LEGEND ,
Apr 15, 2013 Apr 15, 2013

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I believe the pause would only "time out" if the room was left inactive long enough for it to close. As I recall, if a Meeting Host group member is present in the room, that is 6-8 hours. I wouldn't hesitate to pause the recording through a lunch.

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Excellent.

Thank you for the quick response. You are the best!!

I will test this and report back if I run into any issues.

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