Cloud Recording with Embedded
Cloud recording allows you to record your meetings and store those files in a storage bucket owned by you and your organization.
This feature requires the use of Amazon S3 storage. You can review their plans and pricing on the AWS site. Amazon also offers some free tier options to explore. Note that if you're creating an AWS account from scratch it can sometimes take up to 24 hours.
Recording setup in Whereby
You can access recording settings and options from the "API Settings" section of your organizations dashboard. Select Cloud Recording and input each piece of information. We have descriptions and locations for each below.
After setting up the appropriate information, recording will be available in rooms. Room hosts must still start and stop the recordings.
File names will be automatically set to
[room name]-[HHhMM].mkv. Currently, we only support the
.mkv file format.
Creating an S3 Bucket
Creating an S3 bucket can be done from the Amazon S3 console page. If S3 isn't presented as an option you can search for it within the services search at the top of the page.
For in depth instructions about bucket naming conventions and settings, please follow the Amazon support guide " Create your first S3 bucket".
There are a few pieces of information to gather from your S3 instance to connect your bucket with Whereby. We'll outline each one briefly below and how to locate the information.
This is also known as your Bucket name. No URL is required, you can simply copy and paste your bucket name found in your S3 console.
Access Key ID & Access Secret:
You can locate or create your Access Key and Access secret in the "Identity and Access Management" (IAM) section of your console. You can search for that in the services search, or select "My Security Credentials" from the account dropdown menu.