It’s nearly impossible to remember all the important stuff that has been told during a Zoom meeting, so is there a way to record Zoom Meeting audio & video? And if there is, how to record a Zoom meeting?
Let’s find out below!
How to Record a Zoom Meeting?
The Zoom platform has various recording options. We will now overview all the options that you should know about.
How to Record a Zoom Meeting Without Permission?
Zoom Meeting hosts may allow or disallow you to record the meeting at their own discretion. While Zoom does provide you with tools to record meetings, you won’t be able to use them if the meeting host has blocked your recording ability.
This doesn’t mean that you cannot record a Zoom meeting without permission. You just won’t be able to do it from the desktop client or the mobile app. You will have to use third-party screen recording applications like Apeaksoft Screen Recorder. You can find plenty of other screen recording software out there, so do your research.
Screen recording on iOS
If you have an Apple mobile device with iOS 11 and up, then you will be able to record the meeting via the iOS Screen Recording feature. To access this feature, you need to add its shortcut to your device’s control panel by navigating to Settings > Control Center > Customize Controls. Locate Screen Recording and tap on the green plus to add it to the control panel.
Then, once the Zoom app is up and the meeting is going, swipe up from the bottom of the screen to bring up the control panel and press the screen recording button. The recording will start after a 3-second countdown. After you’re done recording, tap again on the screen recording button to stop.
On older iOS versions, you may use third-party screen recorder apps from the App Store.
Screen recording on Android
Android 10 has a built-in screen recording function, but you will need to activate it first because it’s disabled by default.
To activate the screen recording feature on an Android 10 device, follow these steps:
- Open the Settings
- Select About Phone at the bottom of the menu.
- Tap on Build number at least 7 times in a row to activate the Developer options.
- You will be prompted to enter your password, gesture, or PIN.
- You will return to the previous screen, and the system will say “You are now a developer!”
- Return to the home screen of the Settings Select System right above About phone.
- Choose Advanced, and you will see Developer options. Tap on it.
- In the Developer options menu, choose Feature flags.
- Find settings_screenrecord_long_press and toggle it on.
To record the screen on your Android 10 device, do the following:
- Long-press the power button.
- Once the power menu pops up, long-press the Screenshot You will see a pop-up menu with the Start Recording button.
- Tap the Start Recording A pop-up will appear, warning that everything on display will be captured. Tap Start now.
- The screen recording will begin. A notification will appear at the top of the screen where you can stop, pause, or cancel the recording. The notification can be accessed by popping the tray down from the top of the screen.
- After you stop the recording, the video will be saved to your default gallery.
You may also use third-party apps from Google Play to record the screen on Android. This will be your only option if you don’t have Android 10 (which only a few devices support right now anyway),
How to Record a Zoom Meeting on Mac?
If you are using the Zoom desktop client, then you will be able to record Zoom Meetings to the cloud or locally. Cloud recording is available to paid subscribers, while local recording is available to both free and paid users.
Cloud recording allows you to record Zoom meeting audio, video, and chat text (as a text file containing a transcription), while local recording records audio and video locally to a computer.
Cloud recording is enabled for paid subscribers by default. Here’s how to start a cloud recording during a Zoom meeting:
- Start a meeting as its host. Keep that mind that only hosts and co-hosts can do cloud recording.
- Click the Record button in the toolbar in the Zoom client.
- Choose Record to the Cloud.
- To stop the recording, end the meeting or click Pause/Stop Recording.
- After the recording has been stopped, it must be processed in the cloud before viewing it. Once the processing is complete, you will receive an email message.
Follow these steps to start a local recording:
- Local recording needs to be enabled in your account. To enable it, visit the Zoom web portal and navigate to Account Settings > Recording and toggle Local Recording You may click the lock icon to make the setting mandatory for all users in your Zoom account.
- To record, you need to host the meeting or allow a participant to do it.
- Click the Record button in the Zoom client.
- Choose Record to this Computer.
- The recording will stop once you click Pause/Stop Recording or when the host ends the meeting.
- The host and other participants in the meeting will see that you are recording the meeting.
How to Record a Zoom Meeting on Android/iOS?
The Android & iOS mobile app allows you to record Zoom meetings to the cloud. Local recording is unavailable on mobile devices unless you use third-party software as described above.
Here’s how to record a Zoom meeting on Android or iOS:
- Again, you need to be the host or a co-host to record the meeting to the cloud.
- While the meeting is going, tap More at the bottom right of the screen.
- In the pop-up, choose Record to the Cloud on iOS or Record on Android.
- To stop or pause the recording, tap More and press the corresponding button.
How to Record a Zoom Meeting on Windows?
On Windows, the recording is done in the same way as on Mac. The clients across desktop platforms are nearly identical, so you should follow the Mac instructions given above.
How to Record a Zoom Meeting on Linux?
Once again, to record Zoom meeting audio, video, or chat, follow the steps outlined in the “How to Record a Zoom Meeting on Mac” section. The Linux client is virtually the same as on Windows and Mac functionally, though it’s UI does differ a little.