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Recording and Uploading Your Zoom Meeting

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Recording and Uploading Your Zoom Meeting

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Recording Your Zoom Meeting to the Cloud - Kaltura

To view CPP's MediaVision video tutorial of the instructions below, go to: https://streaming.cpp.edu/media/Cloud+Recording+Tutorial/1_4qn0mxkf [1:30].

  1. Log in with your BroncoName and BroncoPassword to your Zoom account at https://cpp.zoom.us.
  2. As the host, if you already know that you want to record your meeting ahead of time, then you can select that option when you first set up your meeting.
    1. On the Schedule a New Meeting tab:
      1. In the For Meeting options section: Select the "Record the meeting automatically to the cloud" radio button if you would like to have a recording of your meeting uploaded directly to Kaltura, CPP's video hosting platform.
  3. However, if you didn't already pre-select the "record meeting"option, then click the name of the meeting you want to record on the Upcoming Meetings tab when the meeting is about to start.
  4. Click the Join URL in the Invite Attendees section.
  5. A notification alert window will ask if you want to open Zoom.
    1. Click Open Zoom.
    2. Click Join with Computer Audio when prompted.
  6. A set of controls will appear near the bottom of your screen:
    1. Click the record button near the bottom of your screen to begin recording.
    2. You will have a choice to "Record to your local computer" or "Record to the cloud".
    3. Choose "Record to the cloud", which will directly upload your recording to Kaltura, CPP's video hosting platform, once you stop recording and close your meeting.

      Note: An icon of a cloud with a red dot in its center will appear in the upper left of your screen, confirming that you are recording your video to the cloud/Kaltura.

    4. When you stop recording your video and close your meeting, that is when the upload of your video will take place.

      Note: The upload will take approximately half of the actual recording time (e.g.; if your meeting took two hours to record, it will take approximately one hour before you see your recording available for viewing in Kaltura. 

  7. To view your video in Kaltura, log in at https://streaming.cpp.edu.  For more instructions on CPP's video hosting platform, go to eHelp's guide on using Kaltura.

    Note: By default, the video's title will have your name and meeting title, along with technical info in the description. You may want to edit the video's title and/or description.

  8. If you record your video to your computer, see below for instructions on how to upload your video recording to Kaltura.

Recording and uploading your Zoom meeting

To view CPP's MediaVision video tutorial of the instructions below, go to: https://streaming.cpp.edu/media/0_eouxu8gu[4:58].

  1. Sign in to your Zoom account at https://cpp.zoom.us.
  2. As the host, if you already know that you want to record your meeting ahead of time, then you can select that option when you first set up your meeting.  On the Schedule a New Meeting tab:
    1. In the For Meeting options section:
      1. Select the "Record the meeting automatically on your local computer" radio button if you would like to have a recording of your meeting.
  3. If you didn't already pre-select the "record meeting"option, then click the name of the meeting you want to record on the Upcoming Meetings tab when the meeting is about to start.
  4. Click the Join URL in the Invite Attendees section.
    1. A notification alert window will ask if you want to open Zoom.  Click Open Zoom.
  5. Click Join with Computer Audio when prompted.
  6. A set of controls will appear near the bottom of your screen:
    1. Click the record button near the bottom of your screen to begin recording.
    2. To share your PowerPoint presentation, click Share Screen in the set of controls, located near the bottom of your screen.
    3. To stop recording, click the white Stop Recording square button near the bottom of your screen.
  7. To close your meeting window, click the X in the upper right corner.
    1. A notification alert will appear, asking you to confirm your request.  Click the End Meeting for Allbutton.
  8. A Convert Meeting Recording progress bar will appear.  Save the file in an appropriate place on your computer, and rename the file if you would like.
  9. To upload and host your video, you can choose to upload it to Kaltura, CPP's video hosting platform, or YouTube.  To upload your recording to CPP's Kaltura platform, see the tutorial on Uploading Your Media Content to Kaltura on eHelp's Video & Media Educational Technology/Kaltura tutorials page.

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