1. Start Digideck LIVE with Recording

2. Ending a Recording

3. Accessing Recordings for a Presentation

4. Additional Recording Information

- Forgot to turn on Recording

- Recording Quality

- Types of Recordings

1. Start Digideck LIVE with Recording

Start conferencing in a Digideck LIVE presentation. Digideck must have LIVE and Recording enabled.

Toggle Recording on in the conferencing start popup. This is the only time recording can be started.

Select which screen to record. The recommended screen is the one the presentation page is on.

2. Ending a Recording

To end a recording the presentation owner needs to end the conference.

Once the conference is ended, processing of the recording will start.

3. Accessing Recordings for a Presentation

You can access the recordings for a presentation under the presentation that was used, options menu.

Once a Recorded conference has been ended by the presentation owner the recording will begin to process. Depending on the queue this can take over an hour but it should process within that same day.

When Processing has ended, the recording can be opened, viewed and shared via downloading* or copying* it to the video library.

*Downloading the video or copying video to video library will remove security Digideck provides for that video.

4. Additional Recording Information

Forgot to turn on Recording -

If recording was intended to be used but wasn't turned on, end the call and start a new conference with Recording on. This can be done in the same presentation so a new link is not needed.

Recording Quality -

Recording will require a higher amount of a presentation owners computer resources. Lesser quality computers and connections can cause a lesser quality of recording. We recommend testing out the computer's capabilities beforehand to ensure the desired recording quality.

Types of Recordings -

Digideck LIVE offers two types of recording. The recommended and default type is a screen recording of the screen the presentation owner selects. This will include audio and video of the entire presentation.

The second type is a compiled grid video that will show all users web cams in an expanding 4x4 grid structure. Audio from all users will also be available. This type of recording uses much less computing power to output which may help older machines recording quality.

The grid recording type can be accessed by selecting Record Conversation and Participants Camera Only from the screen selection popup.

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