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record webinar
« on: October 30, 2012, 08:30 AM »

is there a website that I can enter an url of a webinar and a time that it takes place and it will record it and save it so I can download it later?



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Re: record webinar
« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2012, 11:46 PM »
That would be VERY handy. Most often I'm not available for any of the webinars I see advertised, and can't watch them.

Even a piece of software to do it would be great.

I'm a bit skeptical about a web site doing it though. It seems a bit intense for a web site, and more like something that a piece of client software could handle better, though you have those nasty bandwidth considerations there... pros & cons...
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Re: record webinar
« Reply #2 on: October 31, 2012, 02:42 AM »
Hm, thew few webinars I've been in had both an awkward login-procedure quite hard to automate, and didn;t have sound option, but for a (toll-free) dial-in number that I had to listen to from my mobile phone (like the rest of the company, having no wired telephone on my desk...)

Any web-capture software that allows/features to be scheduled, should be able to handle this task though, after you've skipped the initial rough-spots I mentioned above.