Unlike Google Meet, you don’t need a paid subscription to record a video meeting on Zoom. However, there is one small catch here. Zoom only lets you record meetings at a maximum resolution of 720p. In order to record at a higher 1080p resolution, you will need to subscribe to a Business or Enterprise plan. If you’re planning on recording a lecture, a 720p HD resolution is good enough. In this article, we show you how to record video meetings in HD in Zoom.
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Here’s how you can record a video meeting on Zoom in HD
Step 1: Launch the desktop client for Zoom and sign in using your email address.
Step 2: Click on the gear icon to open Settings.
Step 3: Go to the Video tab and select the checkbox for ‘HD’. Additionally, select the checkbox for ‘Touch up my appearance’ as well.
Step 4: Now, go to the recording tab and set a destination folder for the recorded file.
Step 5: Select the checkbox for ‘Record a separate audio file of each participant’. This will help you during the post-processing of the video. If multiple speakers talk over each other during the meeting, you will be able to use separate audio files to make the audio output much cleaner.
Step 6: Start a meeting and wait for the participants to join.
Step 7: To start recording the meeting, click on ‘More’ at the bottom toolbar and select ‘Recording on this computer’. Alternatively, you can press Alt+R to start a recording.
Step 8: To stop recording, click on ‘More’ and select ‘Stop Recording’. The video will be converted to mp4 format and saved to the destination folder.
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This is how you can record a video meeting on Zoom in HD. The quality of the recorded video is heavily reliant on the strength of your internet connection. You may have noticed that the call quality often drops down when the network reception on your device is poor. The same changes will be reflected in the recorded video.
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