Recording Conference Calls On
Record in full duplex any conference call no matter where the participants are located,
across town or across continents.
Use it as an archive for
later reference, you can record a conference call and take possession of the MP3 file for later reference.
Why Record a Conference Call ?
a conference call can serve many purposes.
Example Uses of a recorded conference call
- Verbal agreements
- Archive for later reference
- Capture staff meetings
- Telephonic board meetings
- Transcription audio file
- Corporate earnings reports
- Stockholder meetings
- Job applicant interviews
- Legal depositions
- Journalist interviews
- Podcast interviews
- Client Conference Calls
- Group or team Conference Calls
- Create a Conference Call Recording
MP3 for the Unavailable
- Recording your conference call ensures that the contents of your conference meeting
can be heard by unavailable participants at a later time. It permits no cost archiving of your conference call
Conference Calls are digitally recorded
to ensure pristine quality, and
are available after the conference call takes place in the form of an MP3 file.
The conference call recording can now be listened to at the convenience of anyone that may have missed the call
at the scheduled time.
- Record your Conference Calls
at your Command
- Record your conference calls -
Itís as simple as entering a few keys on your phone to start the recording [ * 2 ].
Your conference call recording is saved as an MP3 file on the conference call bridge. A link to the MP3 file is
automatically sent to the moderator/leader by email after the conference call has ended. The MP3 link is included
in an Attendance Report for that conference call.
After your conference call is recorded, you can use the MP3 file
- Post to your web site
- Include as an email attachment
- Setup podcasts
- Create public access from your website to the
- Create password protected access from your website
to many MP3 files
- Get MP3 Recordings of your
Conference Calls the Easy Way
Record your conference calls
To start recording a conference call, the moderator enters [ * 2 ] on his/her phone keypad.
- Download the recorded
conference call in MP3 format. For those customers interested in distributing the recorded conference call
by podcoast, this instantly creates a conference
- About Conference Call recording
- You should check your local regulations to make
sure its legal to record calls in your locale. Typically it is acceptable if the parties are aware that the conference
call is being recorded. It is good conferencing etiquette to inform participants so they know the conference call
is being recorded.
Conference Call Recording Uses
- 1. Add Conference
Call Recordings to your web site:
You can post your conference call
recordings and audio presentations
online. This can add streaming audio to your website, intranet or emails or augment a teleseminar.
2. Save the MP3 for transcription
3. Review Recorded Conference Calls for playback to others
4. Preview, Download and Archive Recorded Conference Calls
- Save conference call recordings
to your PC or MAC. Play back MP3 on your computer or in most popular music players.
5. Conference Call Podcasting
Make the MP3 file accessible on your web site so that visitors can download.
How do you get this service?
Activate and account here.
MP3 Recording of your Conference Call Sessions.
your Conference Call Recording feature on almost every conference call and last week we had a group conference
call with our nationwide customer service associates. One person couldnít dial in to the call due to personal reasons.
We recorded the conference call using the [ * 2 ] command. The MP3 recording was received after the conference
call. We then uploaded it to the company blog, after the fact. The unavailable person was able to access the recorded
conference call on the Web and hear the complete recorded conference call. It's a great feature."
Bob G. -Salt Lake City, UT
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MP3 Session Recording of your Conference Calls