Zoom offers two recording options:

 

Local recording is available to free and paid subscribers.  Local recordings allow you to record local presentations, meetings, and video calls.  The recording can be stored on your local drive, integrated with Google Drive, or pushed to a network drive or folder.  The recorded file can be uploaded to your company streaming server or public streaming server such as Vimeo or Youtube.

 

Cloud recording is available for paid subscribers.  Cloud recording allows you to capture video and then share the content via a browser via HTML5 or Flash.

 

 

  • Capture video directly to your hard drive

  • Record videos as avi, wmv, flv, mpg, mp4, mov and more video formats

  • Capture video from a webcam, network IP camera or video input device (e.g., VHS recorder)

  • Screen capture software records the entire screen, a single window or any selected portion

  • Digital zoom with the mouse scroll wheel, and drag to scroll the recording window

  • Zoom-to-mouse feature focuses the recording window on the cursor

  • Mouse highlighting spotlights the location of the cursor

  • Record video alone or video and audio simultaneously

  • Record audio from your microphone and speakers simultaneously, ideal for recording video conferences

  • Time lapse video recording

  • Create photo snapshots of a video at any time

  • Add your own text captions or time stamp your video

  • Change color settings and video effects before recording

  • Adjust the video resolution, size and frame rate for capture