Zoom Meeting & Webinar sessions may be recorded through local recording and Cloud recording.
The Zoom Recording function allows for:
- Automatic recording (recording starts as soon as the license holder starts the meeting)
- Cloud recording transcription (the program audio is automatically transcribed when you record)
- Selection of participant video composition (the Zoom Meeting 'active speaker', 'gallery' and 'thumbnail' video displays)
- Audio disclaimers (audio notifications when recording starts, stops, pauses) and other functionality.
Local recording allows participants to record meeting video and audio locally to a computer.
Cloud Recording utilizes the Zoom cloud to store the video, audio, and chat text of the session. The use of Zoom Meeting and Zoom Webinar cloud recording allow participants access to 'shared cloud recording' soon after the end of the scheduled program.
Zoom Meeting and Zoom Webinar cloud recordings are not available for the entire academic semester to ensure optimization of cloud recording resources.
Students may be granted cloud recording access for 30 days to complete curricular assignments.
Faculty and Staff recordings are retained for 60 days.
- The Zoom Cloud Recording auto-deletion feature has been enabled which means that recordings will remain available to faculty and staff for 60 days prior to being automatically deleted.
- These files are then placed within the 'Trash' folder and available for recovery during the next 30 days.
Zoom Audio transcription (post-event text file) is only available through use of Zoom Cloud Recording services.
- Curricular recordings (events that involve currently enrolled students as presenters or participants speaking) must follow FERPA policy and National, State and local recording consent policy.
Zoom Meeting license holders are encouraged to download the recording files associated with their respective meetings to their campus Google drive space. The unlimited drive space allows for retention of Zoom Meeting recordings for an indefinite period of time, as well as the capability of being linked to Moodle LMS courses.
The Zoom Meeting license holder is responsible for complying with the Family educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) provisions for use of 'Lecture Capture' recordings , as well as North Carolina Recording Laws
- Zoom Meeting license holders are also responsible for uploading and downloading Zoom Meeting recordings to their respective Google drive space.
The Zoom Recording function allows for automatic recording (recording starts as soon as the license holder starts the meeting), cloud recording transcription (the program audio is automatically transcribed when you record), selection of participant video composition (the Zoom Meeting 'active speaker', 'gallery' and 'thumbnail' video displays), audio disclaimers (audio notifications when recording starts, stops, pauses) and other functionality. Use of Zoom Meeting and Zoom Webinar cloud recording allow participants access to 'shared cloud recording' soon after the end of the scheduled program.
- Adding Recording links to Moodle LMS
- Cloud Recording File Retention
- Recording Playback Range Trimming
- Recording to 'Cloud Recording'
- Recording to 'Local Computer' Upload files and folders to Google drive', and 'Share files from Google drive'.
- Recovering Deleted Recordings from the Zoom Cloud Recording Server
- Google Drive file sharing
Resources for assistance or followup questions and concerns.
Contact UNC Asheville's Information Technology IT Service Desk for assistance in implementing the above described services and support. Email: email@example.com or by calling 828.251.6445
Contact UNC Asheville's Center for Teaching and Learning unit for pedagogy and teaching strategies regarding this knowledge base article. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. or by calling 828.251.6540
Use the Zoom Video Communication system knowledge base for Zoom meeting specific support questions or concerns. www.zoom.us/support