Manage recordings

You can view recordings that you own or that have been shared with you. Meeting owners own all recordings of their meetings and can determine viewing permissions for their recordings. A Lifesize admin can manage all recordings in the recordings library. 

From the Lifesize app home page, select View Recordings. You can sort recordings in your feed by date, timeframe, views and likes, and display them in list or grid view. When you choose a recording to view, you can also like or add the recording to your watch list.

Share recordings of a meeting series

Meeting owners own all recordings of their meetings, regardless of which participant initiates the recording. To set the initial viewing permissions for your recordings:

  1. In the Lifesize app, select View Recordings or navigate to Recordings in the admin console.
  2. Navigate to any Recordings page.
  3. In Select Meeting, enter the name of the meeting, and click Share.
  4. In Share Properties: Meeting Series, choose from the following options:
    • Add or remove viewers
    • Set the recording to No Sharing
    • Get a shareable link for your Lifesize group that provides access to the meeting series

Share individual recordings

For ad-hoc calls, the person who initiates the recording becomes the recording owner. If you are using a Lifesize Icon that is connected to the Lifesize cloud-based service, you can select the owner when you start recording.  Press record and then choose a recording owner from members in your Lifesize group.

Recording owners can customize the audience for individual recordings. Here's how:

  1. Select View Recordings.
  2. Navigate to any Recordings page.
  3. Select the recording to share, and click Share.

In Share Properties: Recording you can see existing viewers and add viewers. NOTE: Users cannot re-share or edit recordings that have been shared with them. Admins can see all recordings in their Lifesize group.

Recording owners can get shareable links for their Lifesize group and for people outside their group. Recordings are also available for download as MPEG-4 files.