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Unlike Zoom, GoToMeeting allows all people to record a session, no matter whether they are the host or the attendee. To be more specific, if you are the host, you can record an unlimited number of meeting sessions for free for a lifetime without any watermarks. If you are an attendee, you can record all your meetings without the host's permission.
Although GoToMeeting allows attendees to record a meeting session, it's better to use a screen recorder with editing and automatic recording functions. EaseUS RecExperts is such a tool. Download it from the button below before anyone else!
This screen recorder for Windows and Mac is capable of recording the GoToMeeting screen along with internal audio and a microphone. You can even record webcam videos on your computer, internal or external.
What's better is that this tool offers users a schedule recording function to record GoToMeeting automatically. You don't have to worry about recording time since it puts no time limit on your recordings. After recording, you can choose to add your own watermark or not.
How to record GoToMeeting with EaseUS RecExperts:
Step 1. Go to the video meeting that you want to record and launch EaseUS RecExperts on your devices. Choose the "Full Screen" recording mode to record the whole screen or the "Region" mode to record your customized area.
Step 2. Then, choose to record the system sound, microphone sound, webcam, or none by clicking on the according buttons. When all is done, click on the red "REC" button to begin.
Step 3. The recording process will start after a three-second countdown. If you want to pause the recording, click on the white double vertical bar ("F10"). To end the recording, click on the red square sign ("F9").
Step 4. After recording, you will be led to the recording list interface. Here, you can view, edit, and manage the recorded videos.
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- 0:44 Cloud recording
- 1:39 The recording manager
- 2:03 Local recording
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If you don't want to download programs to your device, try the inbuilt recording feature. PC and mobile users can all find their way.
1. In Desktop App or Online
If you are using the GoToMeeting app on a PC or online, you may follow the steps below:
Step 1. Start or join a GoToMeeting meeting by clicking "Meetings" and "Create". Then, select "Record".
- If you are using local recording, make sure you have at least 5GB of free space in the desired local folder.
Step 2. To pause or stop your recording, you need to select "Record" again. Alternatively, you can end the session.
Step 3. Once the recording is over, you'll be taken to GoTo, where you can access the recording by meeting ID or notes. If you are using the local recording function, the recorded videos will be saved as a WEBM file.
2. On Mobile
If you are using the app on a mobile phone, the only way to record the meeting is to record it online to the cloud. Follow the steps below to start:
Step 1. Open the GoTo mobile app on your mobile phone. Start or join a meeting.
Step 2. Then, select "More" > "Start recording". To pause the recording, press "Pause".
Step 3. Once the recording is finished, you can access it on your account.
Yes, GoTo Meeting can detect the screen recording and will notify the attendees. So, if you don't want others to know that you are recording the meeting, you may try a third-party screen recorder like EaseUS RecExperts.
1. How do I download a video from GoToMeeting?
You can download a video from GoToMeeting by:
- Go to the Dashboard and select the "Video" icon in the left menu to open your "Video Library".
- Locate the recording you want to download and select the "More" icon.
- Select "Download," and the video will be downloaded in MP4 format.
2. Can GoToMeeting be recorded?
Yes, it can be recorded. During your meeting, you can do it by hitting the "Record" button at the bottom of your "Control Panel" (Windows) or "Screen Sharing" pane (Mac). Even if you are using it on a mobile phone, you can record the sessions easily.
3. Do I need to download GoToMeeting to join a meeting?
No, you don't need to download GoToMeeting to join a meeting, as it allows you to attend meetings entirely online. Commonly used browsers like Google Chrome are all supported.
From the content above, you can see that recording GoToMeeting as an attendee is not difficult to fulfill. If you only need the basic recording function, use the built-in recorder on GoToMeeting. If you want a more advanced tool, try EaseUS RecExperts, as it can record automatically and support editing features. Download it to have a try now!