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Download and install Vmaker on your Mac.
Start Webex meeting and select the screen mode (Fullscreen or a Window) on Vmaker Mac app.
Click the 'Start Recording' button or press the hotkey ⌘^1 to start the recording.
To end the recording click the red button the side of your screen.
Once after recording, you can view, edit, and share your recording online with anyone on the internet through the link.
Sign up and download Vmaker from our website.
Sign up for Vmaker if it’s your first time or Sign in if you have an account already.
Go to the Webex meeting that you want to record and click on the Vmaker app.
Click on the start recording button to start your recording.
To finish, click on the red icon or the dock button.
Click on the video to play your recorded meeting.
There is no recording limit with Vmaker. You can record unlimited meeting sessions for as long as your meeting goes for free. For LIFETIME.
With Vmaker, you can record your system audio, microphone audio, or both simultaneously while canceling out background noises.
Are you running out of time to attend a meeting? Worry no more. You can simply schedule your recordings in advance and let Vmaker automatically record your meeting.
Vmaker comes with a built-in video editor, which is quite easy to use and allows you to rotate, trim, split, crop, blur, and join your videos.
Every video you record is stored on the cloud, making it easier to share and access the recording from anywhere and on any device.
Which versions of macOS does Vmaker support?
Can I record a Webex meeting if I am not the host?
Do I need the host’s permission to record the Webex meeting?
What is the recording format?
Does Vmaker come with a recording limit?
Will I be able to capture the audio while recording Webex meeting?
Will there be a watermark added in the free version of Vmaker?
Does Vmaker support 4K recording?
Will I be able to annotate on the screen while recording meeting?
Do I have to worry about the file size of my screen recording?
Is there a comprehensive tutorial explaining how to use Vmaker?