Google Meet has brought us great convenience, enabling enterprises and schools to carry on their causes during this quarantined time. And there are times people need to record a video meeting for later reviewing and sharing, that’s where the built-in Google Meet recording feature comes in handy. On this page, you’ll learn how to record Google Meet with its built-in recorder and with an additional impressive recorder as well. Let’s get started!
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Can you record Google Meet any way you want? Unfortunately, you can’t. There are some restrictions over recording as it involves privacy issues. The specific requirements for recording a Google Meet are as follows:
1. You should first have a G Suite account and the G Suite administrator must turn on recording for your account in advance.
2. You should be the meeting organizer or in the same organization as the organizer. If you are delivering a class in Google Meet, you should be the teacher instead of the student.
3. You can record Google meetings only on the computer.
Note: Google Meet features are offered free until September 30, 2020. After September 30, these features are only available with a paid license.
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Start or join a Google meeting. On the bottom-right corner, click the three-dot More button > Record meeting. A dialog box asking for consent will pop up, select Accept and all the participants will be notified that a recording has been started by you.
To finish the recording, click More > Stop recording. A pop-up prompt will show up asking for your confirmation, click Stop recording. The recorded file will be auto-saved to your Google Drive in the Meet Recording folder. And the meeting organizer and the recording person will receive an email with the recording link.
Note: If you scheduled the meeting event at Google Calendar, the recording link will also be attached to the calendar where meeting members in the same organization as the meeting organizer can access it.
If your Google Drive has not enough space for saving your Meet recording, you could use a third-party recorder to do the recording and save it to your computer (Getting permission from others is necessary). I know a software - WonderFox HD Video Converter Factory Pro that can do the heavy lifting. I often use it to record streaming videos and other activities on screens. The following tutorial shows you how to record a Google Meet using this program:
Step 1. Launch the software and open Recorder.
Step 2. Use Custom or Full Screen to select a recording area. Then check Stereo Mix to ensure the audio will be included in later recording. When you are ready, click REC in the red button to start recording.
Step 3. When you finish, click on the stop icon on the top left or press shortcut "Ctrl+F1" to stop the recording. The recorded file will be automatically saved to your local folder.
The above two tutorials are the entire process of how to record your Google meetings. Hope you can find this article helpful, thanks for your reading!
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