Differences in Capabilities of Adobe Connect Recordings with WebRTC verses without WebRTC
OBJECTIVE: This article lists the differences between the capabilities of Non-WebRTC/Interactive Recordings verses WebRTC Recordings
|Non-WebRTC/ Interactive Recording
|We can non-destructively cut segments, reset, and re-edit at any time online
|There’s no online editing. You must download the MP4 and use a separate video editor like Adobe Premiere etc
|It just like in the meeting, they can be opened, moved, resized, colors can be changed, and font size changed – while watching the recording
|Closed Captioning is now visible in WebRTC recordings
|You can hide the Chat, Attendees, and Q&A
|There is no ability to hide pods
|Screen Readers can read the content of Notes, Chat, Q&A, any other text-based pods; the index allows for keyboard navigation .
|Video content is not accessible.
|We can set the resolution of the resulting recording as the resolution is independent and can be scaled to fit most monitors.
|There’s no ability to set the resolution of the resulting recording
|Viewers can click on links in PPTX, Notes, PDF, Chat, Q&A and Weblinks pods.
Viewers can copy text from Notes and Q&A pods, or download files from Files pods, and if properly created.
Viewers can even interact with Captivate content and Custom Pods.
|No interactivity is possible.
|The automatically created index lists all the layout changes, slides titles, screen sharing start/stop, chat messages, and cameras being turned on/off.
Recording owners can add additional sections and bookmarks to the index. This index is searchable, and timestamped.
|No index is generated in webRTC Recording.