This can be a great way to record lectures, webinars, or one-on-one meetings for viewing later, without having to download, upload, and share them elsewhere. Once in Warpwire, the recording functions just like any other Warpwire asset and can be clipped, embedded, have metadata added, and collect Hotspot Analytics. Metadata such as closed caption and chat transcripts may optionally be transferred to Warpwire depending on preconfigured settings within Zoom and Warpwire.
This guide will walk you through setting up the connection between Zoom and Warpwire.
Note: The Warpwire/Zoom integration must be turned on for your institution and you'll need a Zoom account with cloud recording enabled in order for Warpwire to import them. Learn more about recording your Zoom meetings to the cloud on Zoom's website.
You'll find the "Zoom Settings" link within the Account Menu > Media pane.
If you've never made use of Warpwire's Zoom integration before, you'll be prompted to connect to your Zoom Account. Click the 'Connect to your Zoom Account' button to proceed.
You'll be redirected to Zoom, where you can sign in to your account.
You'll then be asked to allow the connection between Zoom and Warpwire. Click "Allow" to proceed.
Zoom will then redirect you back to Warpwire, where you'll see your connected Zoom Account listed.
Now you're ready to set up Rules for Zoom, so that your Zoom video and audio files go into the Warpwire Media Libraries that you want them to.