The recorded adobe connect can be seen by using the recording link. But it is always on the local server.
How can we download such a meeting/ session so that it can be listened offline on desktop?
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Only the HOST of the meeting can offer that option.
The HOST has to go into Adobe Conenct Central and access their room. On Connect Central they go to the recordings tab under the room and select the recording. Once selected they can choose "Make Public" and then "Make Offline". At that stage they will see Connect Add-In launch and the meeting will play completely from start to end. It has to record that "playback" locally so the PC/Mac cannot be used for anything else while that is going on. Once completed the FLV file is located on the local PC/Mac. That FLV file can be posted anywhere for others to download. You could use the File Share POD in a public room to share the file for people to download.
The options that Heyward lists are on the server side of Connect, not within the Meeting. If you are in the meeting room, go to the Meeting menu and select the Manage Meeting Room option. Otherwise, log into the server and browse to your meeting room. From there select the Recordings link. You should see a list of all recordings that have been made in that room. In that list there will be a link to Make Offline for each recording.
You should receive a URL to access the course from JBK. This thread is not relevant to your needs for access, but is more of a management tool. If your provider is offering and off-line version of the recording then they likely already went through these steps.
Another question: is it normal that actually, in the offline mode, video and audio are not well sincronyzed? How can I solve this problem? Do you know if in the new release this function will be improved?
This is not normal. Some error may have occurred when the off-line recording was created. It could have been something a simple as a network or system resource limit was reached and the recording suffered as a result. The easiest solution it probably to have the FLV version re-created.
I realize I never answered your other question, the viewing of the recording is not tied to the new scheduling policies of the Seminar rooms. Since the recording is considered Content, there is no viewing limit on it.
Like I said, the off-line version must have had an issue when being created, create a new version for off-line viewing with the computer creating that video dedicated to that creation process, and see if that yields a better result.
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There is also this Knowledge Base article:
I have still a problem with the off-line version.
Finally I decided to avoid video. So I used audio+slide. The problem is that the quality of the audio in the online version is perfect but it gets worse during the playback.
Haow can I solve this?
FWIW, If you are just doing slides and audio, that may be better done with Presenter. I do conversions to Presenter from recordings from time to time by pulling the audio from the recording source files and then splitting it up and placing it in Presenter. Then I retain control over editing/quality and have something that I can come back to modify if needed.
Truthfully, its not the fastest process (usually around 2x the length of the presentation to get it put together and edited) but has proven less time consuming than fighting with the offline recordings function.