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Questions about Recordings

Guest
Jul 07, 2011 Jul 07, 2011

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We are planning on using recordings of interviews conducted as Connect Meetings to be accessed publicly through our website.  Is there an available mechanism through which to embed the recorded meeting playback within a page on our website, so that the viewer doesn't have to leave our site to watch the recording?   Also, where can I find out about the Adobe server limitations regarding account storage capacities and duration (i.e. length of time stored)?  The quality of the playback off the Adobe server is much better than we can get by downloading the .flv and repackaging it, so we plan to use that option, provided it can accommodate our planned usage. 

Thanks for any viewpoints on this.

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Jul 17, 2011 Jul 17, 2011

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Your only options are to embed the link but users will be viewing the recording using the launched Adobe Add-in that pops up. If that is not acceptable, then your only option is to choose the option off Adobe Connect Central to make offlne the recording as one single FLV file. You can then imbed that FLV file on any webpage using HTML commands to call that FLV file from your own streaming video server but you would have to own Adobe Flash Media Server to do that. The other option would be to convert the FLV file to match any other streaming video server you own.

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