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Introduction

Zoom meetings can be recorded for viewing later. Recordings include audio, video and chat text.  You can record meetings and save them in the Zoom cloud or locally and then move them to a network drive, OneDrive or Dropbox or a similar file sharing service.  A minimal amount of Zoom cloud recording space is provided with our account but it is expensive to add more so all accounts affiliated with the Clinical School account will have a 90 day retention date set on recordings. 90 days after a meeting has been recorded, any recordings will be deleted automatically so it is important that recordings be moved away from Zoom cloud if they need to be retained.

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titleChange local recording settings

How to change local recording settings

To change local recording settings in the Zoom desktop client:

  1. Open the Zoom desktop client, and click Settings.
  2. Click the Recording tab.
    This will open your recording options that you can change using the client.

Note: Setting the default location to a cloud syncing folder (such as Dropbox, Google Drive, or One Drive), an external drive, or network storage device may cause issues with saving and converting the local recording. Zoom strongly recommends keeping the default location on a local drive for recordings.


Instructions for Undergraduate Teaching Sessions

If you are recording teaching sessions do not change your settings to save the meeting to the local computer and let it save to the Zoom Cloud

Advise the Elearning team eLearning team via an email to vle-support@medschl.cam.ac.uk once the session is complete and they will move i it to Vimeo and embed in MedEd for future reference.


Instructions for Postgraduate/MPhil Teaching Sessions

If you are recording teaching sessions do not change your settings to save the meeting to the local computer and let it save to the Zoom Cloud.

Once the recording has been completed, download to an accessible location and then add to Moodle.