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Is it poss to capture a recorded meeting?

New Here ,
Jun 04, 2008 Jun 04, 2008

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We have Connect v6, and for promo purposes we'd like to put a short clip from a recorded meeting into a PowerPoint presentation which will be running autonomously.

I can't see a way to download the recorded meeting (which I presume is a Flash video file?), and I 've tried using the services of keepvid.com, but pasting the meeting url into keepvid doesn't open the meeting, so no luck there.

My tech knowledge of these things isn't great, but I'm willing to learn. Does anyone have any ideas how we can capture the recorded meeting? Or is it just not possible in version 6?

Thanks.

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Jun 04, 2008 Jun 04, 2008

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In Connect 6 you can't download the recordings and play them offline, in 7 you can. The only way in 6 would be to find a way to re-record it using some third party screen capture software, but I guess this wouldn't produce good results.

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New Here ,
Jun 04, 2008 Jun 04, 2008

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Thanks for the reply, Kay.P, I thought that might be the answer. I've tried Keepvid, but that didn't work, but I'll see if there's anything else that'll do.

If anyone has ay experience of thirs party screen capture that works with recorded meetings, I'd love to know!

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LEGEND ,
Jun 05, 2008 Jun 05, 2008

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You may try using Captivate, and doing a full motion recording.

With the 30 day trial you can test and see if that works for free. As a word of advice, use the Full Motion Recording option and don't record a screen capture larger than 1024 X 768.

Jorma@RealEyes

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Jun 06, 2008 Jun 06, 2008

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Thanks for the info, Jorma, much appreciated. I'll give that a go whn I get an opportunity and let people know the result!

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