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Apologies if this is redundant, but I can't seem ti find a definitive answer.
Does Zoom block people from recording meetings using QuickTime?
I was a participant in a meeting that I did not own/initiate.
I tried to record a meeting via QuickTime on my Macbook Pro to reference later.
It started recording, then stopped at least once. I stopped paying attention.
Anything that I recorded was not saved, unlike other QuickTime recordings.
When I do a "test meeting" with just myself and initiate it, I can record it, but that's just with myself.
This topic has been brought up before in the community. Here is one post that I have found related to Quicktime recordings. https://community.zoom.com/t5/Meetings/QuickTime-player-screen-recording-detectable-by-zoom/m-p/4186...
Please let me know if this is helpful for you. To my knowledge, you can use third-party apps to record in a meeting. I have used ScreenPal 3.0 before and it makes a high definition quality recording of my screen that I am sharing. This is what I use to send to customers when I am attempting to share with them how a function of Zoom should work. I hope that this helps.