Can there be an option, rather than selecting an individual owner for recordings, whereby all users can access them?
This would allow recordings to be downloaded once shared with all users, which isn't currently possible.
Pete, not sure I follow. Is the idea that you want any user in your company to view all recordings?
This is a customer request, but I believe so, yes; but without giving everyone admin rights.
There is a setting to make the video visible by the entire group. Will that work or are they looking for something different?
They require the option of being able to download it also, which isn't possible when you share to the entire group.
Adding the option of allowing the entire group to download, would do the trick.
Got it. Thanks for the clarification.
I voted this up and wanted to make a comment as well. In many large companies like mine, meetings are often created by many of the people in charge however, the recordings are often requested by their subordinates or assistant. They don't want the Owner on the meeting changed and adding the assistant to the "Specific Users" under the meeting recording tab only allows them to view it even though they are usually trying to download, organize or share the meeting in question. Also, as far as I can see only the Admin can set the "Specific Users" on the Recording tab for a meeting.
When creating or editing a meeting as a user, why not allow them to choose who can view the recordings for the meeting and also let the person the owner has added manage the recordings, i.e. download it, share, etc... instead of just view them? I make this point because as a Lifesize admin I know that Lifesize is very straight forward and makes technical sense. However, many of the user don't understand it and are confused by the recording. We use lots of Icon system and the users never understand that when they join a meeting from an Icon the Icon doesn't know who it using it. They look in their recordings on their computer and go, "but I recorded it from room X". I also have users that join a meeting (as a participant but are not the owner) from their computer, record it and then have the recording. Then next week they walk into a meeting room for the same meeting and hit record on an Icon system and then go back to their desk and they can't understand why the recording is not there this time.
If the user can set another person to manage the recordings for a specific meeting once and leave it then it won't matter where it was recorded from, what device was used etc... In the end the functional effect of this would be like having more than one Owner of the meeting when it concerns recordings.
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