Chapter 4: Joining and Hosting a Conference Conferencing User Guide
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4.4.3 Record a Conference
Only a host can record conference sessions.
A recording can be started and stopped at any point during the session.
Multiple recordings can be made of the same session.
Each recording is assigned a recording ID and is listed under the recording tab in the
Web conference portal for the conference.
When Web Conferencing is enabled, audio and Web portions of the conference are
recorded.
NOTE You can record up to eight consecutive hours in a conference.
4.4.3.1 Start a Recording from a Web Conference Portal
By default, the name of the recording is the same as the name of the conference.
Step 1 Join a conference as the host.
Step 2 To ensure that the audio portion of the conference is recorded, dial into the
conference or make sure that someone is dialed into the conference.
NOTE You must stop ShoreTel desktop sharing or any streaming application
before you can start recording.
Step 3 Click More > Start Recording.
A prompt on the audio session informs participants that the call is being recorded.
When there is no audio session, a message is displayed to inform the host that
only a Web session is being recorded.
Step 4 Click OK.
Recording is continued.
When desktop sharing is in progress, a message is displayed to inform the host
that desktop sharing must be stopped or paused to start the recording.
Step 5 Click OK.
Desktop sharing is stopped.
After the recording is started, restart desktop sharing.
The recording is started.
The Stop Recording button is displayed on the menu bar (Figure 4-31).
Figure 4-31 Stop Recording Button
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