Webex is an excellent platform for webinars, video conferencing, sharing screens, and a lot more.
And the Webex recording feature lets you capture every discussion and decision made—another great feature. You get to record all the slides and screen shares used during a meeting
But the inbuilt Webex editor has limited editing capabilities.
This is where we come in.
You can use Keevi’s powerful Webex recording editor to edit Webex recording comprehensively. This ensures that those who couldn’t attend the meeting know the issues discussed and decisions made.
You can highlight the key points in the discussion, such as decisions made and who is responsible for taking what action. Get rid of the awkward silence at the beginning and end of your recording and cut out the chitter-chatter.
Edit Webex recording extensively and turn it into a rich resource for your team members. Add voiceovers, links to past recordings, graphics, and images, to make the recordings more digestible.
One of the best things about Keevi is that it is web-based and free. You don’t have to consume a lot of time downloading a Webex editor app or software.
Editing your recording using Keevi takes a few clicks. Then use the media player to play it and check if all the edits are right.
Once you are happy with the edited recording, export it in a file format of your choice.
If you don’t have your recording on your computer, go to “My Recorded meetings” on Webex. Select the recording you want to edit, and hit “Download.”
You can then upload it on Keevi.
Hit the “Webex Recording Editor” CTA. Or on Keevi’s homepage, click “Get Started”.
An upload panel will appear on your screen. Hit “Browse” to choose and upload the recording from your PC to the Webex editor. Or drag and drop the file.
Keevi will add your recording to the timeline.
You can carry out several edits to your recording:
Edit Webex recording by adding a text overlay.
Click on “Text”. On the left panel, type in your words in the text box.
Designate the point at which you want the text to appear and disappear from the recording. Edit the start and end times on the time field right below the text box.
Under “Styling”, change the text’s font type, font size, and font color size.
Click on “Animation” to add animation effects to your text.
Use our powerful Webex editor to add emojis and even GIFs.
At the top of the editing studio, click “Stickers”. Select “Emojis” to select the emojis you need. Or “Giphy” to add a GIF.
Once you make a choice, you will get options to edit the stickers.
You can rotate it or choose the time at which the sticker will appear and disappear on the recording.
Add a voiceover or audio file to explain something in the recording or give some instructions. You can also add a music file to play softly in the background.
Click “Add Media”. In the left panel, select “Add Audio”.
The upload panel will appear.
You can record a voiceover by hitting “Record”, upload audio from your PC, or use one of Keevis stock audio.
Click the audio track on the timeline. Then on the left panel, adjust the start and end times of the audio to have the audio start and stop at a specific point.
You can add graphs, charts, or other explanatory images using our Webex recording editor.
Click “Add Media” and select “Add Image”.
An upload panel will appear.
Upload your image from the PC or use one of our stock images.
The image will appear as an overlay on the recording.
Edit the time you want the image to appear and disappear by adjusting its start and end time on the left panel.
You can add subtitles to the recording to help the audience understand it better.
Click ‘Subtitles”. On the left panel, click “Auto Subtitles”.
Select the language your recording is in. Click “Generate Auto Subtitles”.
It will take about a minute or two to transcribe your recording depending on how long it is.
The generated subtitles will appear on the timeline and an editor on the left panel. Go through the transcript to correct any grammatical errors.
You can remove parts of the recording you do not want.
Select the recording’s track on the timeline. Click the two white handles on the edges of the track and drag inwards to remove the chit-chat at the beginning and end of the recording.
If you want to get rid of a section inside the recording, use the split function.
Play the recording and check if all the added features are in the right position.
Hit “Export”. Keevi will render your edited recording in a minute.
Download the edited recording in a file format of your choice.
Use our powerful but simple Webex recording editor to edit ARF file in a few easy steps. First, upload the recording to Keevi. Then at the top of the studio, click:
To cut the recording, click its track on the timeline. Drag and drop the two white handles on the edges of the track inwards.
Or cut the recording by dragging the blue pointer to the starting point of the place you want to cut and click “Split”. Then place the pointer at the ending point of the unwanted part and click “Split”. Then hit the delete icon on top of the section you want to remove.
Hit “Export” to download your edited recording.
Yes, Keevi has a powerful and free Webex recording editor. You can edit ARF file by adding text, images, subtitles, and stickers. Cut and trim your recording as well without switching between tools. When done, download the file to your PC in seconds.
Yes. Keevi’s Webex recording editor is browser-based. You can edit Webex recording right from your browser. No need to download complex software and apps.
Use Keevi’s Webex editor to edit ARF file online and for free. Simply click “Get Started” on the homepage or any Webex Recording Editor CTA. You can:
Numbers show that organizations spend about 15% of their time in meetings.
This is despite 67% of employees saying that too many meetings reduce their productivity at work. And over 35% admitting to using about 2 to 5 hours every day on meetings and calls with nothing to show for it.
It’s hard to reduce the number of meetings you hold. But you can reduce the number of attendees and share a recording of the meeting with them.
Once you record, edit ARF file.
Add subtitles, images, and text overlays to make the recorded meeting easier to understand and follow. Make it a bit light-hearted by adding emojis. All this is possible using Keevi’s Webex recording editor.
Keevi’s Webex recording editor is fast and efficient.
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