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    Is there a way to record a webinar that you're watching?

    I've been doing a lot of webinars lately and would like to do back over them at a later date.

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    Marc

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    You might be able to use screen recording software. (Assuming the webinar isn't archived and made available for download, which probably would give you the best quality.)

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    Here is the program I believe you are looking for;http://www.how-to-capture-streaming-...d_webinars.htm
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    I have used the Download Them All plugin for Firefox to download the webinar videos.
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...n/downthemall/

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    Also, check with the presenter. Many Webinars are made available after the fact "offline", that is not live.
    Chuck

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    On screen video capture

    Any video you can watch on screen can be captured with Replay Video Capture available from www.applian.com/replay-video-capture/. Note that you'll have to pay US$30.00 for it, but it works well.

    Cheers

    BygAuldByrd

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    You can record any webinar or any streaming-video that you watch online with bb FlashBack Express. A free program which can be downloaded from www.bbflashback.com they also make advanced versions that you have to buy.
    Hope this helps
    Keland

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    bb FlashBack Express, mentioned by keland, works well. If you'd like to preserve audio only, to reduce file size or use on an MP3 player, "Pazera Free Audio Extractor" works well.

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    Couple of thoughts. Windows Media Encoder allows you to do screen caps of videos. It's from MS and is free.
    More importantly, you should make certain that recording the webinar is allowed. Most commercial webinars are copyright protected and recording isn't allowed.

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