We have just released the REC.VC Recorder Bot for Cisco Webex Teams making it even easier to record & share video meetings within any Space in Webex Teams.
The Recorder Bot can be added to any Space in Webex Teams and users can easily record video meetings and automatically get recording playback links posted back to and shared with all members of the Teams Space.
To use the Recorder Bot, you need an active REC.VC account and an active Webex Teams account with the same email address used in both applications.
Here is how to get started in Webex Teams:
- Add the Recorder Bot (email@example.com) to any Space as a member
- Enter @Recorder help for instructions/menu on how to use the Recorder Bot
- Any user with a REC.VC account (with matching email address) can use @Recorder to Start, Pause, Resume, and Stop recording sessions.
- The playback link is posted to all Space members when starting the recording.
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The Recorder Bot is also listed on the Cisco Webex App Hub.
Posted in How to, New features, Recording Tagged with: cisco, recording, webex teams
The REC.VC cloud service enables any organization to live stream from a Cisco videoconferencing system (from the MCU/bridge or an endpoint) to YouTube (with REC.VC acting as a SIP to RTMP gateway).
For use cases where users have theirÂ personalÂ Cisco video collaborationÂ devices (e.g. Cisco Room Kit Mini), or where users are authenticatedÂ upon entering the meeting room (e.g. based on RFID),Â the Cisco Touch 10 panel can be customized and personalized with a YouTube button for one-click-to-stream ease of use.
- On Cisco side, this can be enabled by using In-Room Control and Macros (to add the button and to trigger a SIP call to a REC.VC SIP URI when clicked). See example code in the guide below.
- On REC.VC side, the SIP URI is configured and associated with the RTMP URL for the YouTube account in question.
Once configured, all it takes is one click on the Touch 10 YouTube buttonÂ to start the YouTube live stream from the Cisco device.
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Posted in Live Streaming, Uncategorized Tagged with: cisco, youtube