Sharing a Zoom Recording with Students

 

Once you have recorded your Zoom meeting, open the Zoom app and click the meetings tab at the top. Then the Recorded tab on the left. Select the meeting you would like to download from the left column and then click open on the right side.

Shows the Zoom app. The meeting tab at the top is highlighted to show it has been selected. On the left column a the "recorded" button is highlighted to show it has been selected.A list of all Zoom recordings are on the left side. The right side shows information about the selected Zoom recording on the left side. On the right side there are buttons to either open, play, or play audio of the Zoom recording.

 

Downloading a Recording

If you recorded your video with the “local” setting continue to the next step.

 If you recorded to the cloud, jump to the “Sharing a Zoom Cloud Recording"

 

 

 

Uploading Local Recordings to Ensemble

When you click the open button on your selected recording it will open the folder on your computer where the video is saved. It will include 3 files. An audio only recording (.mp3), a playlist (.m3u), and a video file (.mp4) You only need the .mp4 video file. The video file will be called “Zoom_0” and you can double click it to play it on your computer.

Shows a Windows 10 file explorer with three files from the Zoom recording. The three files are named audio_only, playback, and zoom_0. zoom_0 is highlighted to show it is an mp4 file.

Once you have located the mp4 you are ready to upload your video to Ensemble and create a playlist to share with your students. The playlist will allow you to put all your course videos at a single link which can be then shared to D2L for students to view.

Here is an example of an Ensemble Playlist https://videos.dsu.edu/Playlist/WelcomeWeek2019

Follow the tutorials for Ensemble here - https://support.dsu.edu/TDClient/1796/Portal/KB/?CategoryID=6765

 

Sharing a Zoom Cloud Recording

When you click the Open button in the Zoom app on the recording it will open a browser and bring you to your Zoom account and the recording you selected. The “My Recordings” link at the top will bring you to all of your Cloud Zoom recordings. Please note it could take a day or longer to process Zoom cloud recordings. You can check their progress by logging into your zoom account at https://dsu.zoom.us/ and then clicking "Recordings" on the left side menu.

 

There are two options for sharing your videos with students:

  1. If you are already using Ensemble video server, you can continue to post your videos there. Ensemble has a Zoom integration that will automatically add your Zoom cloud recordings and transcripts to your Ensemble Media Library. To enable this on your account please email video@dsu.edu. It is recommended you always download your videos for a safe backup. Here are tutorials on how to use Ensemble https://support.dsu.edu/TDClient/1796/Portal/KB/?CategoryID=6765

 

  1. Copy a Shareable Link and post it on D2L. If you go this route, note that DSU has 1TB of storage for all DSU faculty and staff recordings and should not be relied on for long term storage. It is recommended you always download your videos for a safe backup. For long-term storage please upload your videos to DSU’s Ensemble video server. Ensemble has a Zoom integration that will automatically add your Zoom cloud recordings and transcripts to your Ensemble Media Library. To enable this on your account please email video@dsu.edu. Here are tutorials on how to use Ensemble https://support.dsu.edu/TDClient/1796/Portal/KB/?CategoryID=6765

 

Window showing the selected Zoom recording. There is a tumbnail with a play icon to play the video. There are buttons to download all three files and copy shareable link. Below are buttons to download individual files for the shared screen with speaker view, audio only, and audio transcript.

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Article ID: 101617
Created
Mon 3/16/20 4:32 PM
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Tue 3/24/20 8:51 AM