Although you can make and view recordings with the IP VCR you are not restricted to watching only recordings made with the IP VCR. Neither must you use the IP VCR to watch recordings you have made. Refer to the sections below for how to transfer recordings to and from the IP VCR.
As well as using the IP VCR to make recordings directly by using automatic and interactive recording of sessions or point-to-point calls, it is also possible to upload video clips via the web interface.
To upload a video clip to the IP VCR, follow these steps:
Note that the upload can take several minutes for long recordings. Do not navigate away from the upload page until the upload has completed or it may be aborted.
.codian and MPEG 1 format files may be uploaded via the IP VCR web interface in this way.
When the upload is complete, the video clip will display in the Recordings List (see Understanding the recordings lists), and may be played back via H.323 or streaming like any other recording.
You may download recordings from the IP VCR which can then be:
Clips may be downloaded from the IP VCR in one of two formats: MPEG and .codian. Clips downloaded in MPEG format may be played on a PC as discussed above; either format may be transferred to another IP VCR, though the (bigger) .codian files will transfer much more quickly.
Note that if you want to create an MPEG file that includes the content channel (or control the size and positioning of streams within the MPEG), you will need to use the Codian MPEG Converter tool. MPEGs downloaded directly from the IP VCR will not include the content channel.
To download a recording from the IP VCR follow these steps:
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