The following advanced options affect the audio experience.
Recording a Video Meeting:
Any meeting may be recorded and made accessible for later viewing by the room’s owner or moderator. An ongoing recording will be specific to that meeting because a meeting can only be captured once. A recording can be resumed at a later time if it is cut off. Every participant will be informed of the recording’s status, and any moderator in the room has the ability to halt it—even if it was initiated by another moderator—and save it to a file or their Carbonio Files.
A particular package named
, which must be installed together with
. offers this feature. This implies that on a multi-server system, the package must be set up on each node where
The package installs a service that must be connected to the Carbonio VideoServer instance. This requires using the CLI to complete the installation process, and the command to use will depend on whether you have previously installed and configured the Carbonio VideoServer or not.
Carbonio VideoServer Recording configuration
You must run a few commands using the
user name to finish the configuration. First, confirm that the feature is turned on at the COS level on the infrastructure.
Then, you must allow for real recording in the rooms.
Allow anybody to start a recording at this point.