Teams Meetings: Downloading a Teams Meeting Recording

Access the Teams meeting recording

Teams meeting recordings are stored in your OneDrive they are accessible inside of your OneDrive or your Teams meeting chat (or channel). ​​​​​​Teams meeting recordings are available for 120 days (start of semester to the end), to download for reuse long term, refer to the steps below.


Download a Teams meeting recording from OneDrive

Teams meetings recordings can be found in the "Recordings" folder in your OneDrive.

  1. In an Internet browser, open your OneDrive, click the waffle menu (App launcher), refer to Figure 1.
  2. Within "My files", locate the "Recordings" folder.
  3. In "Recordings" folder, find the file you want to download.
  4. Select the vertical three dot  menu and select "Download", refer to Figure 2.
  5. In the Save As window, select your location, rename the file if needed, and click "Save".
  6. The file is downloaded as an MP4 video file.

    Figure 1.
     
    Office 365 app launcher access OneDrive
     

Figure 2.

Download Teams Meeting Recordings from OneDrive
 

Download a Recording from a Teams Meeting Chat (or Channel)

Once the Teams meeting has been recorded, the recording will be posted in the meeting Chat (or Channel).

  1. Open Teams app, click the Chat (or Channel)
  2. Find the recording in your chat/channel and click it to select it.
  3. You will see your Meeting recording, click on the horizontal ellipses and select "Open", refer to Figure 1.
    Tip: You can also left click with your mouse to open the recording.
  4. Your recording will open a new browser window.
  5. You will see a preview of your recording; from the top menu bar click "Download", refer to Figure 2.
  6. In the Save As window, select your location, rename the file if needed, and click "Save".
  7. The file is downloaded as an MP4 video file.

Figure 1. 
Teams Meeting Chat or Channel click to Open in OneDrive


Figure 2. 
Download Teams meeting recording in OneDrive

How to Upload to Another Platform for Reuse

If you know you will reuse your videos for academic or non-academic use, ITS recommends uploading to Echo360 or Microsoft Stream. We DO NOT recommend uploading your media to Files tool in Canvas it will affect your course quota.

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Article ID: 140994
Created
Thu 1/27/22 12:35 PM
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Mon 7/18/22 1:23 PM

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