AnsweredCan I Record a Zoom Meeting without Host Knowing?

Hi, I am about to attend a very important meeting and would like to record the whole process on my PC, but unfortunately, the host of this Zoom meeting does not have open permission to record. Is there any way you guys can help me?

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Rel· Answered on May 10, 2024

Hi, there.

For the past few years, Zoom has been the most convenient application for students, teachers, and workers to participate in all kinds of meetings. However, although Zoom has received a lot of praise and has very many outstanding features, it also has a very obvious drawback.

As you can tell, Zoom meeting offers a built-in recording feature, but only the meeting host can use it properly. As an attendee, if you want to record this meeting, you will need to get the permissions enabled for you by the host in order to use Zoom's built-in recording tools.

However, if you don't have permission to record but the content of the meeting is important to you, you can use a third-party recording tool to record the Zoom meeting. For security and stability, EaseUS RecExperts is the most competitive choice for PC users.

EaseUS RecExperts is one of the most positively rated screen recorders available, compatible with both Windows and Mac systems, which not only takes on all types of recording tasks but also provides you with video editing and file compression, and other excellent advanced features.

To record a Zoom meeting with it, you can freely choose the audio input ways and pick the recording area. EaseUS supports video quality up to 4K/8K and allows you to output files in multiple formats.

Using a third-party tool to record a meeting will not notify anyone. You can click the download button, install EaseUS RecExperts and get ready to record a Zoom meeting without the host knowing.

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