Zoom Recording: Upload Local File for Sharing

Description

Videos should be stored on Google Drive or YouTube where you can easily share the link to these resources in an email, chat, or Moodle course. Both of those platforms are better optimized to store and watch videos.

Only videos with specific licensing rights or include HIPAA information should be stored on Moodle.

This Guide Will Help You to:

  • Upload a Zoom recording to Google Drive.

  • Upload a Zoom recording to YouTube.

  • Share Zoom Recording to Moodle. 

  • Seek further assistance

Upload a Zoom Recording to Google Drive

  1. On your computer, go to drive.google.com.

  2. At the top left, click “New” and then  “File Upload” or “Folder Upload”.

  3. Choose the file or folder you want to upload from your computer.

Note: By default, Zoom recordings are located in your “Documents” folder and then “Zoom” folder with a list of sub folders with the specific date, time, topic, and zoom meeting id. Select the zoom_#.mp4 files.

For more additional information see: Upload files and folders to Google Drive

Upload a Zoom Recording to YouTube

  1. Sign in to YouTube Studio.

  2. In the top right-hand corner, click “Create” and then Upload video.

  3. Select the file you’d like to upload.

Note: By default, Zoom recordings are located in your “Documents” folder and then “Zoom” folder with a list of sub folders with the specific date, time, topic, and zoom meeting id.  Select the zoom_#.mp4 files.

For more additional information see: Upload videos in YouTube Studio

Share Zoom Recording to Moodle

The following video provides the complete process to share your Zoom recording to Moodle. 

Seek Further Assistance

For additional assistance please contact, ITRC at (208) 282 5880 or itrc@isu.edu

For more information please visit, Zoom Help Center:

 

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Article ID: 130231
Created
Mon 3/15/21 11:48 AM
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