Uploading recordings

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If you want to offer your attendees the chance to review missed sessions, activating the Replay area can be an excellent choice. Here, you can publish not only Stage and Session recordings, but also upload video files to expand the available content.

Organizers can download recordings, professionally edit them, and then seamlessly upload the polished versions back into the Event Dashboard. This functionality also allows organizers to include supplementary video materials or streams that couldn't be recorded due to limitations.

To upload a recording:

  1. Go to the Event Dashboard > Recordings (or to Event Dashboard > More > Recordings if your event hasn't ended yet)
  2. Click Upload recordings.

  3. A pop-up window will appear, providing you with the following options:
    • Upload recording: Choose a file from your desktop or simply drag and drop it into the upload window.
      Note: We support video files in the MP4 format, with a maximum size of 6GB and a duration of up to 10 hours.
    • Recording name: Enter a descriptive name for the recording to help attendees identify the content easily.
    • Schedule segment: Select the associated schedule segment for this recording. The schedule segment will determine the date and time of the recording, providing a structured browsing experience for attendees.
    • Publish to attendees: Toggle the option to publish the recording to the Replay area. This decision can be made either during the upload process or at a later time, offering you more control over when the content becomes available to your audience.
  4. When you're ready, click Upload. Depending on the size of the file it may take some time for the recording to upload and process.

Once the video file is uploaded it will show up on the Recording page as any other recording. You will be able to change its name, add the description, create cuts, download or delete it, as well as publish/unpublish it to the Replay area. To learn more about managing recordings refer to our guide on Accessing recordings.