Trim a Teams Recording in 2023 [OneDrive and Others]

Sometimes you record a Teams recording and find it too long to save on your device. In this case, you can trim or cut the Teams recording to make it shorter. In this article, we will show you how to trim a Teams recording with capable video trimming tools like EaseUS RecExperts. Download it and start now!

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Melissa Lee Updated on Jan 04, 2023| min read


When you want to share Teams meeting recordings with those unable to attend the meeting, it's better to trim the recorded video so you can share only the essential part of it. The recordings are automatically uploaded to your QMUL OneDrive account. Therefore, in this article, we will show you how to trim a Teams recoridng in OneDrive.

In fact, Teams itself offers trimming function to its users. However, if you want to trim and save the Teams recording on your PC quickly, you may use some third-party tools like EaseUS RecExperts. It can also be used to trim a Zoom recording or trim third-party videos. So it would be a big help in trimming a recording. Now, let's dive in!

Here's the video tutorial to show you how to trim a Teams recording:

  • 00:10 - Introduction
  • 00:30 - Trim a Teams recording

Trim a Teams Recording with a Screen Recorder

The first tool that can trim a Teams recording is a screen record called EaseUS RecExperts. This Mac and Windows screen recorder offers not only the function to record screen, record audio, record webcam, and record gameplay, but also allows users to edit their recordings. Trimming is just one of the editing features.

With its built-in video editing tool, you can trim a Teams recording frame by frame. Therefore, you can split the video in any place without worrying about the trimmed video is not delicate. Any video can be trimmed in this software. For instance, you can trim a Zoom recording, trim videos on Windows, trim AVI files, etc. All in your control.

Check more features of EaseUS RecExperts below to see what else it can do for you. After that, you can import a Teams recording to the software and start trimming.

  • Record webcam to capture your image in the recording
  • Record the full screen or part of the screen
  • Play videos and recordings in one click
  • Record LOL, CrossFire, and other gameplay easily
  • Trim videos on Windows with easy steps

Now, click the button below to download EaseUS RecExperts and follow the tutorial to trim a Teams recording now!

Step 1. Launch EaseUS RecExperts and click "Recordings" to open the built-in video editor.

Open EaseUS Media Player

Step 2. Click "Import" on the bottom right corner, then add your target video file from your local folder.

Import videos

Step 3. Click on the scissor icon to trim the video. Here you can even trim the video frame by frame.

Trim video files

Step 4. Finally, click "Save" and enter the file name to export the edited video.

Trim a Teams Recording in Microsoft Stream

Except for EaseUS RecExperts, you can also edit the Teams recording in Microsoft Stream. But note that if you want to use this tool, your need to use Microsoft Edge on Windows 10, Google Chrome on Windows 7 or higher, Google Chrome on Mac OS 10.10 or higher, Firefox version 42 or higher on Windows 8.1 or higher, or you need to use Apple Safari 10 or higher on Mac OS 10.10 or higher.

Trim a Teams Recording in Microsoft Stream

Here are the steps to use this video trimmer, follow them to start cutting your Teams recording.

Step 1. Go to the video you want to trim, and select "More options (three dots)".

Step 2. Select "Trim video" from the main page for a video, or under "My Content" > "Videos".

Step 3. Set the trim points by dragging the trim handles.

Step 4. Select "Play" to preview the trimmed video.

Step 5. If you find the trimmed video satisfactory, select "Apply" to save the changes.

Trim a Teams Recording with Adobe Premiere Pro

Adobe Premiere Pro is another tool you can use to trim a Teams recording. This video editor supports videos in MP4, WMV, AVI, MOV, and MPEG formats, so you can easily import your Teams recording videos into it.

With this tool, you can trim video Windows 10 and other system versions. All you need to do is import your Teams recording straight onto the timeline, and drag the start and end points to trim it as you want. Now, follow the steps below to start!

Trim a Teams Recording with Adobe Premiere Pro

Step 1. Open your video with Adobe, and select the razor sign from the eight icons next to your timeline.

Step 2. Drag the playhead along your timeline to confirm the clip you want to split.

Step 3. Click the razor sign again at the point you want to cut.

Step 4. Use the "Selection" tool to select the new clip you want to delete and tap the "Delete" key. After that, the video will be trimmed.

FAQs about How to Trim a Teams Recording

There are two frequently asked questions related to this topic. Let's have a look at them together.

1. Can you trim a Microsoft teams recording?

The answer is yes. In fact, you can trim uploaded videos, Microsoft Teams meeting recordings, and even live events. All you need to do is choose a video trimmer from this article, and then, you can start trimming Microsoft teams recording.

2. How do I trim a Microsoft Stream recording?

To do so, you need to follow the steps below:

  1. 1. Find the video that you want to trim in Stream.
  2. 2. Click the "More actions menu" icon and click "Trim video".
  3. 3. Set the trim points by dragging the trim handles. Then click "Apply" to save the changes.


In this tutorial, we give you three ways to trim a Teams recording. All you need to do is to download the tool and follow the steps offered. And your Teams recording videos will be trimmed as you want.

From all the tools, we recommend you to download and use EaseUS RecExperts as it can be used to record Teams meetings along with audio and webcam, and it can trim the recording frame by frame. Download it by clicking the button below now!

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author Melissa Lee

Melissa Lee

Melissa is a sophisticated editor for EaseUS in tech blog writing. She is proficient in writing articles related to multimedia tools including screen recording, video editing, and PDF file conversion. Also, she's starting to write blogs about data security, including articles about data recovery, disk partitioning, data backup, etc.

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