LiveLitigation.com video and audio streams can be recorded by the Stream Manager or Moderator. This feature is designed to provide a rough, unedited version of the streaming video and audio in a LiveLitigation event. This feature is not intended to replace a certified videographer, nor is it a screen recording program.
Note: It is advisable to test recording before the start of a session. Create a brief recording and review it to ensure that all video and audio sources are being captured as desired.
- 1 What is Recorded?
- 2 Features
- 3 Usage Notes
- 4 Starting and Stopping Recording
- 5 Pausing and Unpausing Recording
- 6 Recording using LiveLitigation Computer Audio
- 7 Recording LiveLitigation Teleconferencing Audio
- 8 Changing Video Quality
- 9 Accessing Recordings
What is Recorded?
- Microphone audio through the computer
- LiveLitigation Teleconferencing Audio
- Start Recording - Used to initiate a new recording
- Pause Recording - Used for pausing during recesses
- Stop Recording - Used to stop recording
- MP4 File - Download your recording in MP4 format from the event, email notification, or Account Admin Page
- At least one (1) video must be active to start recording.
- Up to four (4) videos can be recorded simultaneously.
- To properly record more than one (1) video, please reduce the video quality from High to Standard.
- Jump to: Changing Video Quality
- Once recording has been started, active videos cannot be paused or turned off.
- You cannot change the quality of the video once Recording has been started.
- Recording will stop if any user being recorded disconnects from the event.
- When the recording is stopped, an MP4 video file will be produced.
- Long recordings may take some time to process.
Starting and Stopping Recording
To Start Recording:
- Click the grey Recording icon and select Start Recording
- The word Recording will appear in red in the menu bar while recording is active.
- At least (1) video stream must be active in order to start recording.
- Once recording has been started, active video cameras cannot be paused or turned off individually.
To Stop Recording:
- Click the red Recording icon and select Stop Recording
- If any user that is being recorded disconnects from the deposition, recording will stop automatically.
- Once recording has been stopped, an MP4 video file will be produced. Long recordings may take some time to process.
Pausing and Unpausing Recording
While recording is in progress, the recording can be Paused and Unpaused during breaks, when off the record, etc.
While a recording is paused, no video or audio that is being streamed is recorded.
To Pause Recording:
- Click the red Recording icon and select Pause Recording.
When a recording is Unpaused, the video and audio continue to be recorded, and become part of the original recording file.
To Unpause Recording:
- Click the red Recording icon and select Unpause Recording.
Recording using LiveLitigation Computer Audio
- Click on the red microphone button to turn on your audio.
- Clicking the button a second time turns your audio off.
Recording LiveLitigation Teleconferencing Audio
To record the audio over the telephone:
- Click the Conference Call Manager button.
- Click the Connect button in the new window that opens.
- You will hear the phone call and connection being made.
- Click the Disconnect button to end the connection.
Changing Video Quality
- Hover your mouse over your camera image to show the icons.
- Click on the Quality icon and select Standard.
All recordings are stored on LiveLitigation.com servers and must be downloaded to be viewed.
- Each recording consists of a single .MP4 video file (H.264/AAC).
Admin Page - Recording List
All recordings can be Downloaded or Deleted by the LiveLitigation Admin.
- Click the Options button icon and select Recordings.
- Select any recording in the list to view its details, Download, or Delete the file.
When a recording has stopped and finishes processing, an email notification is sent to the Stream Manager or Moderator who started the recording. The email contains a link to download the recording. Example:
Deposition Room Alert
When a recording has stopped and finishes processing, a link to download the recording will be posted in the deposition room for the Stream Manager and/or Moderator. Example: