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What’s better than hosting a live webinar? Reaping the benefits from it long after the actual event is done, of course.
Yep, you heard it right. You can still get more from your live online event even after the “live” part is over.
How, you may ask? By using the webinar recordings for other purposes.
Here are a few ideas:
But we’re getting ahead of ourselves—we can talk more about this later. Before you can go dreaming up other things you can do with a webinar recording, you need to know how to record first.
So, let’s explore that.
Each webinar software will have a different set of steps detailing how to record an online-hosted event. In most cases, however, the steps for recording a video conference are the same ones you can use to record your webinar.
In this part, we’ll show you how to use RingCentral Video to record a webinar as an example.
Here are the steps:
There you go! You've successfully recorded a webinar and even shared it with some people in your company.
Even better, you can polish the mp4 file using video editing tools like Adobe Premiere Elements and Apple iMovie.
Now, let’s answer some frequently asked questions about recording a webinar.