Audio transcripts may take up to 12 hours to complete. If you're experiencing longer processing times, email T&I and our team will escalate with Zoom support.
- Start a meeting.
- Click the Record button and select “Record to the Cloud” from the options that appear.
- After your meeting, you will receive an email when your cloud recording is available and then a second email when the audio transcript is available. It may take an hour to be prepared.
Audio transcripts are saved in the VTT format, which can be downloaded and opened using a basic text editor or word processing application. You can also view and edit transcripts in the web portal. The transcript will likely include inaccuracies, so we recommend reading through and editing before you make the recording available to students.
- Click the link in the email OR sign into davidson.zoom.us and navigate to the My Recordings page.
- Click the Audio Only m4a file or the Recording or Gallery View mp4 file. The text of the transcript will be displayed to the right of the file.
- In the Audio Transcript panel to the right of the recording, click the pencil icon next to the phrase you want to edit.
- Make any necessary corrections and click Save.
- Click the link in the email OR sign into davidson.zoom.us and navigate to the "My Recordings" page.
- Click on the "Share" button for the recording you want to share.
- Adjust the settings. There are several sharing options:
- Public: Anyone who has the link can view the video.
- Authentication: Only those who have a Davidson account are able to access the video. For this option, viewers must log in through Single Sign-on and put "davidson" as the company domain.
- Password: Upon opening the link, the video will require a password to play. You may want to use the same password for all videos for one class and share with the students.
- Either "Copy sharing information to clipboard" or "Display detailed information" and copy the link to share with students via Moodle or email.
If you are making the recording available on an alternate platform, you will need to upload the files to another website such as Warpwire or YouTube (detailed instructions here). Make sure you upload the VTT file in addition to the video recording.