Interesting Issue

Posted on 2011-04-19
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
My boss is required to attend a WebEx seesion Thursday....the issue is, my boss will not be here. Is there ANY way I can record this WebEx session with some type of software or some other way so they'll be able to see the slides & hear the recordings? I've already contacted the WebEx host & this session will not be recorded on their end....thanks for any input.
Question by:wantabe2
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    Provided the sound is transmitted via the webex, any screen capture software will work. Camtasia and hypercam are popular, as well as this download:

    If the audio is coming over the phone, you won't get sound unless you find a way to feed the phone audio into the mic in port on the computer.
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    For the audio over the phone you can try dialing in with Skype or using one of these
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    by:Jackie Man
    Try WebEx Record and Playback which can be downloaded from:-

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    by:Jackie Man
    A review of WebEx Recordet in the link below.

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